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Crown Heights »

The borough known for basketball success is churning out high-level football players.

Coney Island »

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.

Bed-Stuy »

Oresa Napper-Williams founded the group Not Another Child after the death of her son, Andrell, in 2006.

Bed-Stuy »

Tyshawn Taylor hung out with 10-to-14 year olds for an afternoon to teach them about sleep deprivation.

East Harlem »

A woman was playing basketball in East Harlem when a branch fell on her, witnesses said.

Central Harlem »

A new wooden court should appeal to more NBA players, EBC Commissioner Greg Marius said.

Crown Heights »

Game On Brooklyn combines sportsmanship, academics and volunteerism in a free summer course for kids. 

Park Slope »

In the second of a five-part series, we bring you the top 10 rising stars from Brooklyn.

New York City »

In the first of a five-part series, DNAinfo New York brings you the top 10 rising stars in Manhattan.

New York City »

Parents shell out big bucks for kids to play sports, but for some it pays off with college scholarships.

Prospect Heights »

Brooklyn's Barclays Center will play host to the 2013 NBA Draft on June 27.

New York City »

Jack Curran coached boys basketball and baseball at Archbishop Molloy High School.

Lower East Side »

Raphael Ward, who was shot outside a bodega last week, will also be honored with a basketball tournament.

Lower East Side »

Raphael Ward, 16, was shot and killed on the Lower East Side Friday night.