Think the Big Dance is the only tournament with top college basketball stars? Wrong—the NIT continues to chug along toward the semifinals at Madison Square Garden in New York, featuring some of the top performances by any players all...Show More Summary
The Madison Square Garden Company is splitting into two separate companies. In a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing, MSG — owned by Knicks fan favorite James Dolan — said one company would hold its live events and sportsShow More Summary
In the spring of 1962, President John F. Kennedy launched a bold effort to provide health care for the aged—later to be known as Medicare. It culminated in a nationally televised presidential address from Madison Square Garden, carried on the three television networks. Show More Summary
Not all of the madness of March is found in the NCAA tournament. Some of the greatest moments this month have come from the NIT, including the game-clinching shot that earned one team a trip to Madison Square Garden. Trey Freeman made a massive three-pointer to send Old Dominion into the NIT semifinals. Show More Summary
Just two days after the NCAA tournament field is trimmed down to the Final Four, the semifinals of the National Invitational Tournament will begin at Madison Square Garden in New York. It's clear the NIT selection committee did a good job seeding the teams. Show More Summary
You can count Miguel Cotto —and yours truly—among the few people who felt that the Puerto Rican legend had a big chance of strolling into New York’s Madison Square Garden last June 7 and walking out as middleweight champion of the world. Cotto...Show More Summary
The company confirmed Friday that it would spin off MSG’s live sports and entertainment businesses from its media business.
Accelerating plans to split into two publicly traded companies, Madison Square Garden Co. filed papers today outlining a different structure than it proposed in October 2014. Under the new terms, MSG would split its sports and live entertainment operations away from its media business. Show More Summary
One company will include the sports teams, the namesake arena and Radio City Music Hall, while the other will have regional sports networks.
The firm has been exploring a split of its live entertainment and sports from its media businesses. read more
In the 1950s, the New York Auto Show went international, emphasizing a globalized auto market. With events at Madison Square Garden, the New York Coliseum, and the Waldorf Astoria, these auto shows show how the auto industry showed off during the Fabulous Fifties.
Despite its status as a "secondary" tournament, the NIT offers everything the Big Dance does. In fact, with the field reduced to four ahead of the semifinals at Madison Square Garden, it's hard to imagine the NIT will offer up anything...Show More Summary
The madness known as the NIT next takes Madison Square Garden by storm. It looks tame on the surface—No. 1 seeds will collide with No. 2 seeds in the semifinals for the right to move on to the finals in New York. Yet, the action has been anything but tame so far in what most consider a secondary tournament. Show More Summary
The fun was just getting started for the Clippers when they walked off the court with their most lopsided victory at Madison Square Garden in franchise history.
The Clippers began their three-game trip by routing the New York Knicks on Wednesday at Madison Square Garden, 111-80.
The 2015 NIT quarterfinals kicked off with the Miami Hurricanes and Stanford Cardinal advancing through for the right to play in Madison Square Garden. Their games were decided by a total of five points, so Wednesday's action had a lot...Show More Summary
Old Dominion blew a six-point lead with less than a minute remaining in its NIT quarterfinal against Murray State, only to find a miracle heave from Trey Freeman delivering the Monarchs to the semi-finals at Madison Square Garden. ESPN announcer Rich Hollenberg was, well, excited. Read more...
By 9 p.m. Wednesday night, three teams will be locked into spots for the NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden. However, Temple and Louisiana Tech will still have the last quarterfinal to play, with the final ticket to New York City on the line. The Bulldogs will rely on star Speedy Smith to help guide Louisiana Tech’s uptempo offense past the No. Show More Summary
Undefeated welterweight and 2008 U.S. Olympian Sadam “World Kid” Ali (21-0, 13 KOs) goes against Francisco “Chia” Santana (22-3-1, 11 KOs) in a ten-rounder at “The World’s Most Famous Arena” Madison Square Garden on April 25 as the co-feature to … Continue reading ? The post Ali-Santana is Klitschko-Jennings co-feature appeared first on Boxing News.
The undefeated Sadam “World Kid” Ali and fast -punching Francisco “Chia” Santana will face off at “The World’s Most Famous Arena”, Madison Square Garden on Sat. April 25 as the co-feature [...] More boxing news on BoxingNews24.com