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Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden
The self-appointed "World's Most Famous Arena," Madison Square Garden is a sports arena based in New York City that is home to the NBA's New York Knicks and NHL's New York Rangers. It also is the home arena of the WNBA's New York Liberty and since 1983 has hosted the Big East men's basketball tournament. (Photo AP)
The self-appointed "World's Most Famous Arena," Madison Square Garden is a sports arena based in New York City that is home to the NBA's New York Knicks and NHL's New York Rangers. It also is the home arena of the WNBA's New York Liberty and since 1983 has hosted the Big East men's basketball tournament. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Drama Making For Great Series Between Rangers, Canadiens

    Drama Making For Great Series Between Rangers, Canadiens
    NEW YORK —You get the feeling that if they all had broken jaws like Derek Stepan, they'd still be yapping. They'd still find a way to curse each other out and keep skating. Drama in the NHL playoffs arrives in many ways and in various languages....
  • Upfronts: Turner Delivers Multiplatform Sales Pitch, TNT Rebranding Push

    Turner Broadcasting on Wednesday joined the chorus of networks pitching advertisers on the need to embrace the multiplatform viewing revolution, and with it new means of planning and evaluating advertising pacts. Turner ad sales chief Donna Speciale...
  • Charlize Theron blasts gluten-free craze

    "WHEN HISTORY rolls on to blacken her name with accusations of poison, incest and prostitution, it helps to remember that Lucrezia Borgia was barely 13 years old when her father's elevation to pope threw her into the public spotlight." So writes Sarah...
  • Former Georgia Tech PF Robert Carter to visit Maryland, source says

    It's not often that college basketball coaches get a second chance to recruit the same player. Maryland coach Mark Turgeon, lost out to Georgia Tech when power forward Robert Carter came out of high school, but he will get another opportunity next week....
  • UCLA, seeking tough basketball foes, will play Gonzaga, Kentucky

     UCLA, seeking tough basketball foes, will play Gonzaga, Kentucky
    UCLA hasn't had the toughest nonconference men's basketball schedule in recent years, but that is changing. The Bruins announced Wednesday they added a sixth brand name to their early 2014-15 schedule — perennial West Coast Conference power...
  • Coming to Allentown's PPL Center: kicking, bucking, snorting

     
    If you thought the big concerts announced so far for Allentown’s PPL Center showed its owners are bullish on the downtown arena, just wait till you hear what’s next. Officials plan to disclose Wednesday morning that the new center downtown.......
  • Warriors turn to TV analyst Steve Kerr to be their next coach

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Golden State Warriors are taking another chance on a television analyst and former NBA guard who has never been a head coach at any level. The Warriors won the bidding war with the New York Knicks for Steve Kerr on Wednesday,...
  • The men who will decide Donald Sterling's fate: NBA's other owners

    As part of the NBA's sweeping sanctions against Clippers owner Donald Sterling over his controversial racial remarks, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is urging the league's other owners to push for the Clippers' sale. Silver said that if three-quarters...
  • Big Ten, Big East to launch basketball series

    Big East visionary Dave Gavitt used to tell colleagues that the Final Four was proof that college basketball knew how to end a season. As for the best way to start it ... not so much. Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany and his counterpart at the Big East,...
  • UConn Men After Final Four Berth; Michigan State Stands In Way

    UConn Men After Final Four Berth; Michigan State Stands In Way
    NEW YORK — Kevin Ollie was taking the first steps down a road very few have traveled with success, the hazard-filled, replacing-the-legend road. There at the start was Tom Izzo, who had done it. "The thing that sticks out to me," Ollie said. "He...