Harvey Araton is a “New York Times” sports reporter and national basketball columnist.
Harvey began work for the “The New York Times” in March 1991 and became a “Sports of the Times” columnist in 1994, following eight years as a sports reporter and columnist at the New York Daily News.
Harvey was a sports reporter for the “New York Post,” from 1977-1983, covering the New York Knicks basketball beat. His work has appeared in “The New York Times Magazine,” “GQ” magazine, “ESPN Magazine,” “Tennis Magazine” and “Basketball Weekly.”
Harvey is the author or co-author of three books: “Alive & Kicking (When Soccer Moms Take the Field and Change Their Lives Forever),” “Money Players (Inside The New NBA)” and “The Selling of the Green (The Financial Rise and Moral Decline of the Boston Celtics).”