New York Red Bulls
There weren't many fans at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey, to watch Wednesday night's match between the New York Red Bulls and Montreal Impact.
The old worries that America doesn't produce players (other than goalies) capable of succeeding overseas have been shunted aside by the English Premier League successes of the Landon Donovans and Clint Dempseys and Jozy Altidores.
A story in the New York Times on Sunday night on Major League Soccer's long-rumored second franchise includes the following nuggets:(2)
So much about the first round playoff series between the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics had been the mirror image of 2011, when a pair of stars—Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire then, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett now—couldn't measure up to a full team run by a dynamic point guard and danerous role players.
Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber has announced that a deal is weeks away to create the league's 20th team, with an M.L.S. spokesman confirming that when he speaks of this team, he's referring to a second team in the New York market.
The New York Red Bulls entered Wednesday night's match against Sporting Kansas City at Red Bull Arena in pretty decent shape.(1)
With the postseason furiously approaching, the New York Knicks have been busy demonstrating that the early season success that raised expectations was no fluke.
The Mets passed along two pieces of news on Thursday afternoon.
In a perfect world, the New York Red Bulls wouldn't have to face the league-leading Montreal Impact this weekend without Thierry Henry.
It looked like it was all over for St. John's.
The Knicks' starting lineup on Monday night against the Utah Jazz included Chris Copeland, Pablo Prigioni and starting center Kenyon Martin.(1)
The New York Knicks entered Wednesday night's game against the Denver Nuggets knowing that Carmelo Anthony was managing an injured knee. They knew it Monday night against the Golden State Warriors, too, but played Anthony anyway, even long after the game was decided.