December
13
2017

Knicks’ ‘other’ rookie point guard shined against Lonzo Ball

Lonzo Ball was the rookie point guard that the masses flocked to the Garden to eyeball Tuesday. The young Lakers stud did not disappoint. But neither did the Knicks’ guy, Frank Ntilikina. Maybe seeing the 6-foot-6 Ball, who was the No. 2 pick in the draft, revved up the fellow 19-year-old’s blood. “I have the…

December
13
2017

Bros caught on video ‘torturing’ shark charged with animal cruelty

Three Florida boaters seen in a viral video dragging a shark at a “high speed” through the water — prompting outcries of “animal lynching” from some activists — were charged Tuesday with felony counts, authorities said. A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission news release said 21-year-old Michael Wenzel and 23-year-old Spencer Heintz of Palmetto,…

December
13
2017

Yankees might be happy they missed out on Shohei Ohtani

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Did the Yankees dodge a bullet by whiffing on Shohei Ohtani? At the least, they avoided adding another pitcher — another Japanese pitcher, come to think of it — who will face endless questions about the soundness of his throwing elbow. Yahoo Sports reported late Tuesday night that Ohtani, the…

December
13
2017

Roy Moore unwilling to concede: ‘It’s not over’

GOP Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore refused to concede on Tuesday night and insisted more votes could still swing the race and save him from a stunning defeat to an underdog Democrat. “When the vote is this close, that it’s not over,” he told supporters in Montgomery at his campaign rally shortly after Democrat Doug…

December
13
2017

Rangers pinpoint areas to work on after ‘embarrassing’ effort

To flush or not to flush? That is the question the Rangers were left to answer Tuesday after a disappointing shootout loss Monday night to the Stars at the Garden. In the course of a long season, it can be easy to dismiss a loss as a loss and quickly move on to the next…

December
13
2017

Rangers pinpoint areas to work on after ‘embarrassing’ effort

To flush or not to flush? That is the question the Rangers were left to answer Tuesday after a disappointing shootout loss Monday night to the Stars at the Garden. In the course of a long season, it can be easy to dismiss a loss as a loss and quickly move on to the next…

December
13
2017

Anna Wintour dismisses talk of rivalry between Condé Nast editors

Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of Vogue and artistic director of Condé Nast, had a few humorous remarks at the farewell to Graydon Carter at Balthazar last week — dismissing at least for the moment talk of tension between the longest-serving editors in the Condé universe. Carter has already turned over the reins of Vanity Fair…

December
13
2017

Retailers reaching out for soon-to-be closed Midtown Niketown

The Trump Organization may soon have to deal with a shuttered Niketown — but the bucks will keep flowing at the 6 E. 57th St. location adjacent to Trump Tower. Nike will close there in March and expects to open its new store at 650 Fifth Ave. next November. But the athletic apparel giant picked…

December
13
2017

Mets manager already plotting ways around payroll obstacle

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Don’t get Sandy Alderson started on the Mets’ payroll. Seriously. “I would spend a little less time thinking about our payroll,” the Mets’ general manager advised a small group of media members Tuesday at the Winter Meetings. “We’re trying to put the best team on the field that we possibly…

December
13
2017

Democrat Doug Jones defeats Trump-backed Roy Moore for US Senate seat

Democrat Doug Jones knocked off Republican Roy Moore in the race for an Alabama Senate seat — dealing a stunning blow to President Trump, who endorsed the accused pedophile, saying he was a better choice than a liberal Democrat. Jones’ jubliant supporters broke out in cheers at his headquarters in Birmingham at about 10:27 p.m….