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    • Raptors' late surge saddles Nets with second straight loss

      The Nets got off to a hot start at Air Canada Centre on Wednesday, leading the Raptors by eight at the end of the first quarter. Toronto surged ahead at the half and used a 29-16 fourth-quarter advantage to pull away for a 105-89 win. Mason Plumlee scored a career-high 23 points for the Nets. More »

    • Devils shut out by Senators, lose fifth straight

      The Devils have struggled throughout the season, and Wednesday's game against the Senators was no different. A 2-0 loss behind two goals from Ottawa's Kyle Turris sent New Jersey to its fifth consecutive loss, and the team has four losing streaks of four games or more this year. More »

    • Beckham's play drawing praise from teammates

      Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has taken the NFL by storm in his rookie season, posting 71 catches, 972 yards and nine touchdowns in just 10 games. Safety Antrel Rolle says "the sky's the limit" for Beckham and right now, he deserves a place "with the elite receivers in this league." More »

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      • Nash playing like a Hart Trophy candidate

        Currently on a career-high 11-game point streak, Rick Nash is tied for second in the NHL with 20 goals and is in the conversation for the Hart Trophy. Nash has also been impressive beyond the stat sheet by killing penalties, contributing on defense and helping young players. More »

      • Syndergaard leads top-10 prospect list for Mets

        Baseball America released its top-10 list of Mets' prospects Wednesday, and a familiar name occupied the No. 1 spot. Noah Syndergaard was named the team's top prospect for the second straight year, with left-hander Steven Matz and outfielder Brandon Nimmo rounding out the top three. More »

      • Rangers confirm Brassard out with mumps

        The Rangers corroborated what many in the hockey community already believed to be the case -- Derick Brassard is out with the mumps. Brassard is the 14th NHL player, and the second Blueshirt, to be hit with the illness that's become a problem across the league. More »

      • Report: Johnson split on Idzik's return

        John Idzik's questionable decisions as general manager have drawn the ire of Jets fans this season, leading to extraordinary measures to get their message across to owner Woody Johnson. Even with Gang Green's underwhelming record, Johnson is "50-50" on Idzik's return next year. More »

      • No player is safe from Knicks' trade block

        The Knicks and sitcoms have one thing in common this season -- both are hilarious to watch. As a result, reports say that the entire roster, including Carmelo Anthony, is available. J.R. Smith and Amar'e Stoudemire, who is in the final year of his deal, appear the most likely to be shipped off first. More »

      • Mets may postpone Harvey's first start

        Mets fans expecting Matt Harvey to take the mound as the Opening Day starter may have to wait a few more days. Terry Collins said the Mets are considering postponing the ace's long-awaited return, opting instead to start the 25-year-old in the home opener at Citi Field on April 13. More »

      • Collins believes Mets will play in October

        Terry Collins is right: The Mets will be playing in October next season, closing out the campaign against the Nats. But will they play beyond the final regular-season game? "I really like our team,'' Collins said. "I am so excited. There were always big missing pieces in the past. Now there's not." More »

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