February 20, 2012 | PABLO S. TORRE
After being cut twice, Jeremy Lin emerged from the end of the Knicks' bench to inspire victories, debunk stereotypes and dazzle the NBA—while living on his brother's sofa
December 12, 2011 | GEORGE DOHRMANN
Northwestern has never been to the NCAA tournament. Harvard has—just once—in 1946, when the field consisted of eight schools. This year, however, after decades of false starts and false hope, both the Wildcats and...
February 01, 2010 | PABLO S. TORRE
With the ambitious recruiting of coach Tommy Amaker and the pro potential of Asian-American guard Jeremy Lin, the Crimson has graduated to another hoops dimension
December 01, 2008 | Nancy Ramsey
Forty years later, players relive the ultimate Game
December 10, 2007 | John Garrity
IT WAS almost as rare a sight in Cambridge, Mass., as a pro-Bush rally: a sellout crowd (of 2,050) rushing the court at Harvard's Lavietes Pavilion after a basketball win. "It's amazing," forward Evan Harris said...