Meet the 10 most intriguing people in the 2021 World Series

Meet the 10 most intriguing people in the 2021 World Series

Ken Davidoff
Ken Davidoff

From Freddie Freeman to Reggie Jackson, the World Series has stories that go beyond the games.

How two NYU students blew up the Internet with their NSFW Knicks fans video

How two NYU students blew up the Internet with their NSFW Knicks fans video

The Knicks' return to their winning ways had the web abuzz thanks to two college kids.

Daniel Jones does it all, but are the Giants doing enough for him?

Daniel Jones does it all, but are the Giants doing enough for him?

Daniel Jones is making his case he can do right by the Giants, but can they do right by him?

Football

Joe Judge is the anti-Matt Rhule

Joe Judge is the anti-Matt Rhule

Two first-year NFL head coaches going about it differently.

Jets' Zach Wilson out 2-4 weeks with sprained PCL

Here's how long the Jets will be without injured Zach Wilson

The Jets won't have Zach Wilson for up to a month.

Bucs fan squandered $500K 'minimum' by giving back milestone Tom Brady ball

How fan squandered $500K 'minimum' after Tom Brady's teammate botched milestone

Tom Brady's teammate gave away Brady's milestone football to a fan who didn't seem to realize how much it was worth.

Baseball

Former Mets manager Luis Rojas interviews for Padres job

Dumped Mets manager interviews for another team's opening

A familiar Mets name is on the list of Padres’ managerial candidates.

Braves, Dodgers' fates showed how unpredictable baseball can be: Sherman

Braves, Dodgers' zany seasons come with a lesson: Sherman

Put yourself in the place of every top executive whose team was not active in the third week of October.

Travis d'Arnaud gets second World Series chance six years after Mets fell short

Ex-Met gets second World Series chance six years after falling short

Travis d’Arnaud hadn’t celebrated like this since Oct. 21, 2015.

Basketball

Michael Jordan's game-worn Nikes from 1984 sell for nearly $1.5M

Michael Jordan's game-worn Nikes sell for nearly $1.5M in record-breaking auction

A pair of Nikes worn by NBA legend Michael Jordan sold for $1.47 million this weekend -- setting a record for sneakers bought at an auction.

Kemba Walker watches from bench as Knicks play Derrick Rose late

Why Kemba Walker was glued to Knicks bench late in loss

On some nights, this is how it’s going to be for point guard Kemba Walker.

Nets' James Harden won't blame struggles on NBA rules crackdown

Nets star struggles amid NBA rules crackdown

Harden and head coach Steve Nash admit he has been the poster boy for the rule changes on drawing fouls with unnatural motions.

Hockey

Resilient Rangers finding their groove with four straight road wins

Resilient Rangers rapidly turning into road warriors

The Rangers have won four straight in their first road trip of the season and sit atop the Metropolitan Division with nine points.

Devils' Mackenzie Blackwood ends vaccine holdout, will be able to play in Canada

Devils goalie gets first vax shot, will be able to play in Canada

When the Devils make their first trip to Canada this season in December, Mackenzie Blackwood will be allowed to play.

Ilya Sorokin, Islanders shut out Golden Knights for second straight win

Islanders goalie nets historic shutout in second straight win

Josh Bailey scored once and added an assist, while goaltender Ilya Sorokin collected his second consecutive shutout in the Islanders' win.

College

Ohio State has best chance to spoil SEC's national championship party

Meet the team that can be college football's X-factor

Zach Braziller
Zach Braziller

The Buckeyes are college football’s X factor — the team standing in the way of an all-SEC party in the College Football Playoff.

Lou Carnesecca greeted by St. John’s luminaries at statue unveiling

St. John's legend gets a fitting honor

It was classic Lou Carnesecca. Even at the age of 96, he was sharp, funny and deferred all credit. The crowd had gathered to honor the legendary coach in the...

Season on the rink

Inside the audacious launch of a new NCAA hockey team

Amid the pandemic, LIU did the impossible and started the NYC area's only Division I hockey program from scratch.