For the New York Knicks, this past weekend provided a pair of lessons regarding Iman Shumpert: what he can provide to the team if he stays, and what he can provide the team if he is traded.
It is hardly news anymore when a caller on the air at WFAN expresses disappointment over the state of the New York Mets.
The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York will announce its new members Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m.(4)
Early Friday morning, Bloomberg reported that Fred Wilpon and his partners who own the New York Mets "had obtained at least $700 million in loans."
The New York Knicks signed veteran shooting guard Ronnie Brewer on Tuesday, and how you look at the move depends on whether you focus on what Brewer can do, which is play defense, or what he can't do, which is shoot.
The Mets have a 35-32 record. That's better than pre-season expectations, but more importantly, it's strong relative to the records of the other teams in their division.
The boos came pretty quickly at Madison Square Garden during Wednesday night's 118-110 loss to the lowly Charlotte Bobcats, which dropped the Knicks to a 2-4 record.
They began as extensions of discontented murmuring when Charlotte repeatedly got to the basket untouched en route to scoring 30 points in the first quarter. They grew in volume as the exasperating Toney Douglas, ostensibly on hand to set up other, better shooters, instead launched ill-advised shot after shot himself.