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New York City »

The Knicks are expected to match the Rockets' four-year, $28.9M offer to retain the young phenom.

Melrose »

The 21-year-old victim was injured when a bullet hit him in the knee Sunday, police said.

Lower East Side »

The Steve Nash Foundation Showdown, an eight-a-side celebrity soccer match, returned to the neighborhood.

Greenwich Village »

Knicks star Larry Johnson joined the city's "Heads Up" safety campaign.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Park has two different closing times at entrances near public housing and private homes.

Central Harlem »

Ackeem Green, 25, was shot to death on a Harlem basketball court earlier this month.

Williamsburg »

The dance team is holding their final round of auditions Wednesday night.

Prospect Heights »

Attorneys for Barclays Center say the arena plans to serve alcohol until 2 a.m.

New York City »

The Knicks fell to the Miami Heat, 106-94, Wednesday night, ending their up-and-down season.

Midtown »

The Knicks won a nailbiter on Sunday to force Game 5 against the Miami Heat.

New York City »

Stoudemire suffered a cut to his hand and could be out for the playoff series against the Miami Heat.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

The shooting guard recently swung by Vesuvio Playground on Thompson Street.

South Bronx »

Luke Williams, 15, was shot to death on Freeman Street and Prospect Avenue on April 14, 2012.

Midtown & Theater District »

The Knicks' Carmelo Anthony met with Trayvon Martin's family at Madison Square Garden on April 13, 2012.

Manhattan »

Injured Knicks phenom Jeremy Lin said that he is doubtful he would see the beginning of the playoffs.