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    • Knicks hold off short-handed Thunder, claim fourth win in five games

      The Knicks continued to show signs of turning the corner Wednesday night. Led by Carmelo Anthony's 31 points and 10 rebounds, the Knicks claimed a 100-92 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Garden. The Knicks' win was their fourth in five games and third straight at home. More »

    • Stokes posts big night as Huskies cruise

      UConn's women's basketball team continued to overwhelm the AAC, claiming an 87-32 win over East Carolina on Wednesday in Hartford. Kiah Stokes posted her first career triple-double, registering 10 points, 11 rebounds and a school-record 10 blocked shots. More »

    • Nets fall to red-hot Hawks in Atlanta

      The Nets put forth a solid effort Wednesday night, but they were no match for the red-hot Hawks. Despite 26 points from Joe Johnson, and a double-double from Mason Plumlee, Brooklyn fell for the 11th time in 13 games, 113-102. Atlanta won its 17th straight game. More »

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      • Devils rally to claim shootout win over Leafs

        The Devils managed to steal two points in their first game back from the All-Star break against the reeling Maple Leafs. Adam Larsson scored New Jersey's lone goal in regulation, with only 2:50 to play, then Patrik Elias and Jacob Josefson each scored in the shootout in the Devils' 2-1 win. More »

      • Mejia avoids arbitration, signs one-year deal

        Jenrry Mejia evolved into the Mets' closer in 2014, and he will be given a big raise this season for his efforts. Mejia avoided arbitration, agreeing to a reported one-year, $2.595 million deal with the Mets on Wednesday. Mejia made just $509,000 in 2014 but saved 28 games. More »

      • Stoudemire to miss Knicks' next two games

        Amar'e Stoudemire has been hampered by a litany of injuries, and the Knicks big man will miss his 14th game with knee, ankle and wrist ailments. Knicks coach Derek Fisher expects Stoudemire to return this weekend, which means he'll likely miss Thursday's game against the Pacers. More »

      • Mets' farm system ranked fourth

        Loaded with both young arms and bats, the Mets have been pegged by one pundit as having the fourth-best collection of prospects in all of baseball. Only the Cubs, Twins and Astros are considered to have a better assortment of Minor League talent than the Mets. More »

      • Two Nets to play in Rising Stars Challenge

        The Nets' Mason Plumlee and Bojan Bogdanovic will both participate in the Rising Stars Challenge during NBA All-Star Weekend, with Plumlee playing for Team USA and Bogdanovic a member of the World team. Plumlee has also been invited to compete in the Slam Dunk Contest. More »

      • Lundqvist gets the nod in net against Canadiens

        Henrik Lundqvist will be the Rangers' starting goaltender on Thursday night when the Blueshirts battle the Canadiens. Lundqvist is 1-1-0 against Montreal this season, stopping 48 of the 51 shots he's faced. The 32-year-old allowed four goals in Tuesday's loss to the Islanders. More »

      • Nets' Teletovic expected to make full recovery

        Nets forward Mirza Teletovic received a scare last Thursday when he left a game against the Clippers early and was taken to a hospital due to shortness of breath. Diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs, Teletovic is expected to make a full recovery, the team announced on Wednesday. More »

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