The Knicks fired their head of security following Wednesday evening's bizarre incident involving former player Charles Oakley.
Auriemma answered a question about the Trump immigration ban with a thoughtful three-minute exposition on tolerance and sports.
Quarterback Spergon Wynn III played two seasons in the NFL before a stint in the Canadian Football League.
Four all-time tennis greats will clash this weekend in the Australian Open finals.
Most of Trump Tower was quiet on the day its owner and most famous resident was inaugurated.
Novak Djokovic lost his last Grand Slam match as a man in his 20s, opening up more questions about how he'll fare in his next decade.
Basketball is finally embracing the three-point shot, which has opened up opportunities for sub-six-footers.
Clemson dethroned defending national champion Alabama on a touchdown pass with 0:01 remaining.
Too many films simply don't deserve to win and won't at the Golden Globes.
George Michael and Freddie Mercury were kindred artists
Dr. David Margolis launched Rocks for a Reason just two weeks ago and has already collected $125,000 for pediatric cancer care
Seventies and early-'80s classic rock bands ELO, Journey and Yes get the nod after decades-long wait.
From Westeros to Westworld, 2016 had a surfeit of pop culture moments (even though we excluded the latter in our top 16)
From Christian McCaffrey to Villanova to the Cubs, 2016 never failed to fascinate sports fans.
Finding the "four very best teams" will always be a matter of opinion in the college football playoff.
"Gilmore Girls, A Year in the Life" was as overstuffed as Lorelai's backpack with pop culture references, but hey, not so fast with the encomiums.
From "Matlock" to "Noam Chomsky" and from "Matilda" to "Game of Thrones," the pop culture references kept right on coming in Episode Three.