The Old-Timers hosted its 58th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony and dinner May 5 at Sirico’s Caterers in Dyker Heights. Five new members – of which four were products of the local CHSAA – were enshrined for their basketball accomplishments as they joined the list of over 200 deserving inductees.
NBA executive Mark Tatum grew up on the streets of Brooklyn, and returned to his native borough to share words of encouragement with students at Salve Regina Catholic Academy in East New York, Nov. 5.
The basketball court at Niagara University – Frank Layden’s alma mater and one of his many coaching destinations – was re-named to honor him and his wife Barbara.
NBA Hall of Famer Chris Mullin has been selected as a new member on the Xavierian H.S. Board of Trustees.
Former St. Francis College basketball standout Ben Mockford signed a pro contract with Caceres, a team in the Spanish Basketball Federation.
Longtime NBA referee Dick Bavetta, a native of Park Slope, announced his retirement Aug. 19 and retires with the most games officiated at 2,635.
Former Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, basketball standout Russell Smith will be suiting up this fall for the NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans.
The Basketball Old-Timers of America held its 55th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony May 2 at Sirico’s Caterers.
NBA referee Dick Bavetta, born and raised in Park Slope, will work his 2,633 consecutive game tonight at Madison Square Garden when the New York Knicks host the Brooklyn Nets.
In their inaugural season in the borough of Kings, the Brooklyn Nets have earned a playoff berth. The team finished the NBA regular season 49-33, which is the best record since the 2006-2007 season. The Nets finished in the No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference and will take on the No. 5 seeded Chicago […]