Robert Cartagena, 23, faces up to 25 years to life in prison for killing Harlem basketball star.
A NY-Historical Society exhibit celebrates African-American basketball teams that predated the NBA.
South Brooklyn Community High School started its first official cheerleading squad last fall.
The New York Historical Society is offering its first scholarship challenge to go with its new exhibit.
Fastbreak Sports offers kids a chance to use the same tools as professionals.
The Staten Island Vipers are trying to raise money to rent a gym for their third season.
The Youth Fitness Ambassador Program teaches kids ages 5 to 15 exercise and healthy eating.
The borough known for basketball success is churning out high-level football players.
Thomas Holley is an All-American and the top-ranked recruit in New York State.
"Future NBA stars" are set to play in the nation's premier high school basketball event, Elite 24.
Oresa Napper-Williams founded the group Not Another Child after the death of her son, Andrell, in 2006.
Tyshawn Taylor hung out with 10-to-14 year olds for an afternoon to teach them about sleep deprivation.
A woman was playing basketball in East Harlem when a branch fell on her, witnesses said.
A new wooden court should appeal to more NBA players, EBC Commissioner Greg Marius said.
Game On Brooklyn combines sportsmanship, academics and volunteerism in a free summer course for kids.
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