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Madison Square Garden
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The champagne the Los Angeles Kings had ready for a coronation stayed in boxes. The New York Rangers suddenly have some life in the Stanley Cup finals.
Billy Joel, in a wide-ranging interview at an event that included performances of his hits by Tony Bennett and Melissa Etheridge, dished on his past, including trying heroin and almost forming a supergroup with Sting.
Carmelo Anthony kept losing the ball all night long, and now the New York Knicks have lost their hold on eighth place in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
For the first time in 17 games, Bradley Beal made more than 50% of his shots and hopes to do it for the second game in a row vs. the Celtics on Wednesday.
Larry Brown already is the only head coach to win both an NCAA and NBA championship. Now he has a chance to add the NIT to his extensive resume - in his old backyard, no less.
Maryland will be one of four school competing in the 2014 Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden. Details here.
Chick Hernandez reports from New York at Madison Square Garden where tomorrow night UVA takes on Michigan State.
Art Hyland played for Princeton that day in 1961 when the first round of the NCAA tournament was held at Madison Square Garden. Nobody knew those three games would be the last in the NCAA tournament at the "Mecca" of college basketball until this weekend.
Art Hyland was holding the program with the reverence it deserved.