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    • Top-ranked UConn rout Memphis, capture AAC title

      Playing in the final home game of the season on Senior Day, the No. 1 Huskies made quick work of the Tigers on Saturday, jumping out to a 54-9 lead at halftime. Led by Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis' team-high 21 points and five rebounds, top-ranked UConn defated Memphis, 87-24. More »

    • Syracuse offense disappears in loss to Duke

      After a close loss to Duke two weeks ago at the Carrier Dome, Syracuse found themselves on the wrong end of a lopsided 73-54 loss at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Orange shot just 31 percent for the game, including 3-for-19 from beyond the arc. Trevor Cooney was 1-for-8 from distance. More »

    • Islanders finish homestand with loss to 'Canes

      After winning two of the first three games on a four-game homestand, the Islanders couldn't stop the Hurricanes' offense during a four-goal second period in a 5-3 loss Saturday. New York was also outshot, 41-24, and will get three days off before traveling to Dallas to play the Stars on Thursday. More »

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      • Rangers attempting to bring over Buchnevich

        With Mats Zuccarello's status with the team uncertain, the Rangers are trying to bring prospect Pavel Buchnevich to North America from the Kontinental Hockey League. The highly-toughted 19-year-old's team in Russia did not make the playoffs and his contract is believed to have expired. More »

      • Mets considering Colon for Opening Day start

        Bartolo Colon is the most senior member of the Mets' rotation, and that could earn him a start on Opening Day. The team is considering sending Colon to the hill when the Mets take on the Nationals on Opening Day, but manager Terry Collins may go in a different direction with another starter. More »

      • Zuccarello made available at the deadline

        It's been a strange week between Mats Zuccarello and the Rangers. Zuccarello was reportedly not available leading up to the trade deadline, but after contract talks broke down between the two sides, general manager Glen Sather has changed his stance and is willing to deal the winger. More »

      • Former Knicks forward Mason dead at 48

        Anthony Mason, who was the heart and soul of the Knicks teams of the mid-1990s, died Saturday after suffering a massive heart attack earlier this month. A fan favorite during his time in New York, the bruising forward was voted the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year in 1995. More »

      • Knicks snap lengthy skid with win over Pistons

        The Knicks won their first game without Carmelo Anthony this season and snapped an eight-game losing skid. Andrea Bargnani led the club with 25 points and 12 rebounds as the Knicks rallied from 18 down to claim a 121-115 win over the Pistons in double overtime Friday night. More »

      • Nets blow lead, fall to short-handed Rockets

        The Nets led by 11 after a quarter and were on top at the half in Houston, yet the road-weary club stumbled down the stretch and lost, 102-98, to the Rockets on Friday. Deron Williams and Mason Plumlee each led Brooklyn with 15 points, two of six Nets to score in double figures. More »

      • Halak sets wins record in Islanders' win

        The Islanders relinquished first place in the Metropolitan Division for all of 24 hours. Led by Jaroslav Halak's 26 saves, and goals from Ryan Strome and Cal Clutterbuck, the Isles held off the Flames, 2-1, at the Coliseum. Halak recorded his 33rd win, which set a franchise record. More »

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