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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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  • William and Mary headed to Tulsa for NIT matchup

    Old Dominion, William and Mary and Richmond are in the 32-team NIT field that was announced Sunday evening. The Monarchs (24-7) are the No. 1 seed in their eight-team bracket and host Charleston Southern 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Constant Center....
  • Darrun Hilliard, Villanova men's basketball team earn No. 1 seed in East Region

    Darrun Hilliard, Villanova men's basketball team earn No. 1 seed in East Region
    VILLANOVA — Darrun Hilliard has received plenty of support from Lehigh Valley basketball fans during his playing days. He hopes those backers don't turn against him this week. Hilliard, a Bethlehem native and Liberty High graduate, was among the...
  • Sotheby's taps Madison Square Garden head as new CEO

    Sotheby's taps Madison Square Garden head as new CEO
    Sotheby's has reached out beyond the confines of the rarefied art world to find its new chief executive officer. The art auction behemoth announced Monday that it has tapped Tad Smith, who has served as president and CEO of the Madison Square Garden Co....
  • For Villanova, success means continuing the March

    For Villanova, success means continuing the March
    IN THE 2007-08 season, a Villanova team that started 13-3 lost five straight games from Jan. 23 to Feb. 4. All were by double digits, two to teams that wouldn't make the NCAA Tournament. The last was a 22-pointer to Saint Joseph's at the Palestra....
  • NIT gives ODU chance to wash away Birmingham blues

    Jeff Jones admitted that he wasn’t a pleasant person to be around late last week. His mood brightened considerably Sunday evening. Cheesed off after Old Dominion’s one-and-done flameout at the Conference USA tournament in Birmingham, Ala.,...
  • March Madness by the numbers

    March Madness by the numbers
    The NCAA College Basketball Championship will begin Sunday, March 15 with Selection Sunday and continue on to the championship game April 6. For all those cooped up preparing their brackets for the annual tournament, The Times has gathered a collection of...
  • 5 UConn Men's Lessons Learned: Huskies Have A New Complexion

    5 UConn Men's Lessons Learned: Huskies Have A New Complexion
    HARTFORD – Three down, one to go. UConn has not won four in a row all season, so it seemed improbable, despite the home court advantage, that the Huskies would do it this week. But it’s the postseason, and teams go at things differently....
  • No. 11 Notre Dame beats No. 19 North Carolina in ACC final, 90-82

    No. 11 Notre Dame beats No. 19 North Carolina in ACC final, 90-82
    Jerian Grant scored 24 points and No. 11 Notre Dame took over with a 26-3 second-half run to rally past No. 19 North Carolina, 90-82, Saturday night in the Atlantic Coast Conference title game at Greensboro, N.C. Pat Connaughton added 20 points for...
  • Oliver Purnell resigns as men's basketball coach at DePaul

    Oliver Purnell resigns as men's basketball coach at DePaul
    Oliver Purnell said last week he had “every intention” of returning as DePaul men’s basketball coach next season. But Saturday, Purnell resigned after posting a 54-105 overall record and going 15-65 in the Big East in five seasons....
  • Panthers dominate Rangers but lose 2-1 heartbreaker

    Panthers dominate Rangers but lose 2-1 heartbreaker
    Frustrating…deflating…unjust…heartbreaking. Pick an adjective after the Panthers thoroughly outplayed the NHL-best New York Rangers in Madison Square Garden only to come away with an undeserved 2-1 loss early Sunday evening...
  • 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...
  • 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,...