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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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  • Krzyzewski appreciates tough times as he breaks Knight's record

    Krzyzewski appreciates tough times as he breaks Knight's record
    Mike Krzyzewski lives and works in the penthouse district. Has for 25 years. Final Fours, private jets, powerful connections. But his unsurpassed record is rooted in modesty. Working-class Chicago, military service, losing seasons. Those searing...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Hard-Bitten Writer Finds Fun Again In Son's Game

    Jeff Jacobs: Hard-Bitten Writer Finds Fun Again In Son's Game
    The sports fan in me died Sept. 9, 1972. Forty two years later, it isn't difficult to make such an admission. The hard part is admitting the sports fan in me returned from the dead in the waning days of 2014. Growing up in the 1960s as a fan of the...
  • UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry

    UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry
    The pen of women's basketball history is in Geno Auriemma's hand now. The UConn-Tennessee rivalry didn't invent the sport, but it sure as hell made the sport. And when Pat Summitt showed a coward's wisdom in 2007 by ending the greatest series in women's...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Remains Undeterred

    Mosqueda-Lewis Remains Undeterred
    NEW YORK — When it all goes perfectly, and sometimes it does for the UConn women, their performances over the years have been compared to a Broadway play. When the ball rotates so crisply, bing, bing, bing, open three for Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis,...
  • Big Ten coaches: Madison Square Garden trip worth it

    Don't count the Big Ten among New York tourists. "We don't want to visit," Commissioner Jim Delany said Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, site of the 2018 Big Ten men's basketball tournament. "We want to live here." Madison Square Garden also will...
  • Derrick Rose's health is No. 1 unknown of NBA season

     Derrick Rose's health is No. 1 unknown of NBA season
    When the Bulls begin their season Wednesday night in New York, we'll see Derrick Rose and Carmelo Anthony on the floor together, albeit under different circumstances than Chicago had hoped last summer. We'll see if the Bulls resemble a team capable of...
  • Drew Michael: a comedian obsessed with craft

    Drew Michael: a comedian obsessed with craft
    Yes, his parents divorced when he was 12. Yes, he was the kind of kid who wouldn't accept authority until authority proved its logic to him. But just as big as either of those factors in developing Drew Michael's comic perspective, he said, was a...
  • Stevie Wonder keys in on songs of his life during rare tour

    Stevie Wonder keys in on songs of his life during rare tour
    It seems each generation discovers a new Stevie Wonder. In the early 1960s, he was the musical boy genius who at 13 became the youngest artist to ever to have a No. 1 record, with “Fingertips — Part 1 & 2.” In the later 1960s, he was...
  • Say A Little Prayer For Me: Dorothy Ollie In Jacobs' Corner

    Say A Little Prayer For Me: Dorothy Ollie In Jacobs' Corner
    My Walk of Faith from the steps of the state Capitol to the steps of Gampel Pavilion, Hartford to Storrs, all 26 miles of redemption, will be Sunday, Oct. 5. I thought about calling it the Jacobs Is A Moron Walk. Or the No Escalators Walk. Or The...
  • Persistence of McCaskey, Emanuel brings NFL draft to Chicago

     Persistence of McCaskey, Emanuel brings NFL draft to Chicago
    To people involved in the process, Bears Chairman George McCaskey pursued bringing the NFL draft to Chicago in 2015 like it was the next-best thing to his team picking last in the first round — the spot reserved for a Super Bowl champion. "He...
  • REVIEW: Ricky Nelson's sons do him proud with remembrance show at Sellersville Theater

    REVIEW: Ricky Nelson's sons do him proud with remembrance show at Sellersville Theater
    Gunnar and Matthew Nelson admitted Wednesday at Sellersville Theater 1894 that their late father, 1950 and ‘60s TV star and singer Ricky Nelson, wouldn’t have wanted a tribute like the show they were doing for him. “Luckily, God gave...