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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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  • Xavier holds off No. 23 Georgetown 65-63 in Big East semis

    Just when it appeared Xavier was about to collapse, the Musketeers found their stroke at the free throw line. Matt Stainbrook had 20 points and nine rebounds, and Xavier finally hit the foul shots it needed to hold off a furious rally by No. 23...
  • UConn Corners Market In Clutch Tournament Guards

    UConn Corners Market In Clutch Tournament Guards
    HARTFORD — Maybe he didn't break Octavius Ellis' ankles as badly as Kemba Walker broke Gary McGhee's ankles. But make no mistake: Ryan Boatright broke Cincinnati's heart Friday night every bit as much as Kemba broke Pittsburgh's heart at Madison...
  • Arcidiacono's late free throws the difference as Villanova fends off Providence, 63-61

    NEW YORK On this Big East tournament semifinal night for Villanova, the 3-pointers were finding the rim and not the bottom of the net, and the rebounds were elusive against a tough Providence front line. But somehow, some way, the fourth-ranked...
  • Boatright, Scorned, Looks To Prove 'Em Wrong

    Boatright, Scorned, Looks To Prove 'Em Wrong
    HARTFORD — This is Hartford. This isn't Memphis. This is 2015. This isn't 2014. Nobody got a Gibson guitar Thursday as a reward for being named American Athletic Conference coach of the year the way Cincinnati's Mick Cronin did last year. Heck,...
  • Watch a kid from the stands win a point off Roger Federer

    Watch a kid from the stands win a point off Roger Federer
    Roger Federer has won more Grand Slam titles than anyone in men's singles history. He's currently No. 2 in the world rankings and is considered by some to be the greatest tennis player ever. And some kid from out of the stands won a point off him this...
  • No. 4 Villanova routs Marquette 84-49 in Big East quarters

    Villanova called timeout and inserted Big East Sixth Man of the Year Josh Hart into the lineup. Just like that, a close game turned into a rout. Hart scored 20 points, including 11 straight to spark a huge first-half run, and fourth-ranked Villanova...
  • Eric Clapton to celebrate 70th bday at Madison Square Garden

    Eric Clapton will celebrate his 70th birthday with two shows at Madison Square Garden in May. The iconic guitarist announced Thursday that he will perform at the famed New York City venue May 1-2. He turns 70 on March 30. Clapton, a former member of the...
  • No letdown for No. 4 Villanova in 84-49 romp over Marquette

    NEW YORK Last March, Villanova came to the Big East Tournament as the No. 3 team in the country, having put together the best regular season (28-3) in program history. The Wildcats then lost in the quarterfinals to eighth-seeded Seton Hall, a team they...
  • Lakers, Knicks to meet, as proud histories give way to rocky present

    Games between the Lakers and New York Knicks used to mean something. Rest assured, they still do. Thursday's game between the two teams at Staples Center matters — but only because of pingpong balls. The Knicks lead the Lakers in lottery...
  • Hot-shooting Marquette steamrolls Seton Hall, 78-56

    NEW YORK Every college basketball team wants to be playing its best in March. So far, so good for Marquette. The Golden Eagles thoroughly pounded Seton Hall, 78-56, in the opener of the Big East tournament on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. It...
  • Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?

    Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?
    HARTFORD — The good news for UConn is that the Huskies are hosting their conference tournament for the first time since 1982. And in many ways, that is also the bad news. The last time UConn's league rivals gathered in Hartford was 1982, the Big...