Paul Hornung, one of the most versatile and glamorous football stars of the modern game, the “Golden Boy” quarterback from Notre Dame who won championships as a running back with Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers but whose image was tarnished by gambling and carousing, died on Friday in Louisville, Ky.
Say it this time with feeling: The Knicks have lots to look forward to this coming season — a stable management structure, talented young players to build around and a respected coach. OK, we said that last year, too. And the Knicks ended up among the worst teams in the league
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Christopher O’Brien is not a member of Augusta National Golf Club, much less a Masters champion. He once played the course “well enough to enjoy it, not well enough to brag about it.” But at his home in Greenwich, Conn., a mannequin stands shrouded in one of Augusta
Tom Heinsohn, the Hall of Fame forward who played on eight N.B.A. championship teams with the Boston Celtics, coached them to two titles and became their passionate broadcaster for more than 40 years, died on Monday at his home in Newton, Mass. He was 86. Jeff Twiss, a Celtics spokesman, said
LONDON — By the time England’s top soccer official apologized for referring to Black players as “colored,” it was probably too late. The official, Greg Clarke, had already told the British parliamentary committee on sports about how South Asians’ filling up the IT department of England’s soccer federation qualified as a
Precious Achiuwa has never been in the same place for long. He tends to be on the move — from Nigeria to New York to Memphis. Stationed in Long Island City, Queens, for the past seven months as he prepares for the N.B.A. draft on Nov. 18, Achiuwa has been coping