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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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  • Virginia meets its defensive match in Sweet 16 loss to Michigan State

     Virginia meets its defensive match in Sweet 16 loss to Michigan State
    NEW YORK — Time was when NCAA tournament regional semifinals bordered on routine for Virginia basketball. Ralph Sampson and Jeff Lamp. Othell Wilson and Olden Polynice. Bryant Stith and Junior Burrough. Terry Holland and Jeff Jones. Friday...
  • Ollie's Bond With His Players Allows For Playfulness

    Ollie's Bond With His Players Allows For Playfulness
    NEW YORK — Kevin Ollie slapped his freshman guard in the face on national television Friday night, the team laughed and the whole thing went viral. Twitter, Vine, YouTube — it was all over the Internet and immediately christened "The Victory...
  • Anderson, U.Va. see 'bigger picture' after NCAA loss to Michigan State

     Anderson, U.Va. see 'bigger picture' after NCAA loss to Michigan State
    NEW YORK — The many Virginia basketball faithful who boarded Saturday’s 3 a.m. southbound train out of Penn Station were neither angry nor disconsolate. Weary, perhaps, after the Cavaliers’ exhausting NCAA tournament loss to Michigan...
  • Kevin Ollie Takes The Stairs, And It's Paying Off

    Kevin Ollie Takes The Stairs, And It's Paying Off
    NEW YORK — Positioned perfectly at the intersection of resilience and jubilation, Kevin Ollie slowly climbed the ladder to snip the final cord of net that tightly, securely ties the past and present of UConn basketball. "I was really taking my...
  • ACC champ Virginia remains humble entering NCAA tournament

    RALEIGH, N.C. — Long before his current Oscar acclaim, Matthew McConaughey starred in a quirky little film, "Edtv," about a television show that chronicles an average person's life 24/7. The concept would be a miserable failure with Joe Harris,...
  • Numbers Don't Lie; Huskies Dominate The Game

    Numbers Don't Lie; Huskies Dominate The Game
    LINCOLN, Neb. — A half continent away from Madison Square Garden, the full onslaught of UConn basketball continued Monday night. A half continent away from an ear-shattering Sunday afternoon in an arena players love to call the Mecca of basketball,...
  • From Final Four to NYC, Montverde shows it's on the ball

    From Final Four to NYC, Montverde shows it's on the ball
    It's a big week for the Montverde Academy basketball brand. Senior standout D'Angelo Russell was selected for Wednesday's McDonald's All-American Games in Chicago, and after four days away, he'll rejoin the top-ranked Eagles on Thursday in pursuit of a...
  • Point-guard matchup could be pivotal in U.Va.-Memphis clash

    RALEIGH, N.C. — Teammates blinked, fans cringed, and deadline-panicked scribes outlined odes to upsets. London Perrantes spared everyone. Playing in his first NCAA tournament game late Friday night, Virginia's point guard showcased the poise and...
  • Kemba, Shabazz, The Shot, The Promised Land

    ARLINGTON, Texas — In the end, it is only a shot. The ball leaves the fingertips. The ball nestles in the net. The buzzer sounds. One team wins. The other team loses. And it's on to the next game. That's what coaches, invested in making sure...
  • Capitol Steps: Courant Columnist To Make Good On Boast After UConn Men Win It All

    Capitol Steps: Courant Columnist To Make Good On Boast After UConn Men Win It All
    And so I walk. ... "Color me not convinced. Call me the Doubting Pitino if you want, but I'll carry this banner from the state Capitol to Gampel Pavilion if UConn wins the national championship." Those are the 30 words that got me into trouble. Those...
  • Bitterness Is In The Air With Tina Charles' Departure

    Bitterness Is In The Air With Tina Charles' Departure
    UNCASVILLE — This is a total face-lift, a total eclipse of the Sun. Yet before UConn fans and Sun fans go crazy about Connecticut's WNBA team trading away one of the greatest players in State U. history, a league MVP only two years ago, this much...