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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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  • Miami rallies to reach 1st NIT Final Four in school history

    Miami rallies to reach 1st NIT Final Four in school history
    Sheldon McClellan gave Miami its first lead of the game with just over a minute left and the Hurricanes rallied from 18 points down to beat Richmond 63-61 on Tuesday to advance to the NIT semifinals. Miami (24-12) heads to New York's Madison Square...
  • Kevin Hart: Why not have me host the Oscars?

    Kevin Hart: Why not have me host the Oscars?
    Many performers say they'd want nothing to do with an Oscar hosting gig. The egos, the pressure, the criticism -- none of those factors are conducive to an enjoyable ride or a particularly helpful career boost. Even if you've crushed it at other award...
  • ODU survives Illinois State in NIT without Freeman

    Call it a hunch, coach’s intuition or say that Jeff Jones is Nostradamus, but Old Dominion’s big whistle told the team last Friday that reserve Keenan Palmore would play a major role in Monday’s National Invitation Tournament game. One...
  • New York Senate again backs legalizing mixed martial arts

    The New York Senate voted on Tuesday for the fifth straight year for legalizing professional mixed martial arts and ending the state's position as the last one to prohibit the sport. The Senate bill, approved 47-14, would authorize the New York State...
  • Rangers' Lundqvist back at practice, closer to game ready

    Henrik Lundqvist practiced with his Rangers teammates Tuesday for the first time since he was forced from the lineup by a neck injury in February, and could be back in goal by this weekend. Lundqvist took the Madison Square Garden ice several hours...
  • Shorthanded Wolves slip past Utah in overtime

    SALT LAKE CITY Down yet one more injured player and working overtime literally, the Minnesota Timberwolves beat a resurgent Utah team 106-104 Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena in a game they probably had no busy winning. Moments after he forced a...
  • Minus Freeman, ODU holds off Illinois State in NIT

    Minus Freeman, ODU holds off Illinois State in NIT
    NORFOLK — Call it a hunch, coach’s intuition or say that Jeff Jones is Nostradamus, but Old Dominion’s big whistle told the team last Friday that reserve Keenan Palmore would play a major role in Monday’s National Invitation...
  • Ahead of her time: Before the late Betty Mullen Brey was the mother of Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey, she was an Olympic swimmer from Lehighton

    Ahead of her time: Before the late Betty Mullen Brey was the mother of Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey, she was an Olympic swimmer from Lehighton
    Editor's note: In 1948, Betty Mullen was a 15-year-old Weissport resident who qualified for the Olympic swimming trails. Although she didn't qualify for the team that competed that year in London, Mullen eventually set world records and competed in the...
  • Success of Allen, Central Catholic, Muhlenberg made 1945 a good year for Lehigh Valley basketball fans

    Success of Allen, Central Catholic, Muhlenberg made 1945 a good year for Lehigh Valley basketball fans
    The late, great Frank Sinatra once had a hit song called "It was a very good year," and for a basketball fan living in Allentown 70 years ago in 1945 that is exactly what it was — a very good year. For the basketball season of 1944-45 one could...
  • MMA star Ronda Rousey joins lobbying effort in Albany

    Lobbyists trying to persuade New York lawmakers to legalize mixed martial arts brought in some celebrity muscle on Monday as women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey visited Albany between appearances on network television in Manhattan. The Olympic...
  • Ducks get embarrassed by Rangers, 7-2, on national TV

    Ducks get embarrassed by Rangers, 7-2, on national TV
    Playing the defending Eastern Conference champion in a nationally televised game, the Ducks' showcase night deteriorated into embarrassment Sunday. The New York Rangers, riding two goals from Derek Stepan and three assists from Keith Yandle, torched...
  • Giuliani's fiery rhetoric clouds legacy of 'America's Mayor'

    A fully unleashed Rudolph Giuliani, free of electoral concerns and financial worries, has relentlessly criticized President Barack Obama in recent weeks, questioning the commander in chief's love of country while placing the blame for much of society's...