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    • Dalembert poised to bring defensive presence for Knicks

      With the departure of Tyson Chandler, the Knicks were left without a rim protector in the middle of their defense. Enter Samuel Dalembert. The 13-year veteran is ready to make his mark on the defensive end of the court after averaging 1.2 blocks per game last season for the Mavericks. More »

    • St. Louis to get first crack at center

      When Derek Stepan went down with a leg injury, Martin St. Louis told head coach Alain Vigneault that he was ready to play center if needed. St. Louis hasn't played center during his career, but the 15-year veteran will get his chance in the Rangers' two preseason games this weekend. More »

    • d'Arnaud has surgery to remove bone spurs

      Travis d'Arnaud had surgery on Wednesday to remove bone spurs from his elbow. The injury isn't considered significant enough where it will have an impact on d'Arnaud's 2015 season. The catcher also dealt with an injury to his right wrist this season and missed time due to a concussion. More »

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      • Steinbrenner apologizes for missing playoffs

        Hal Steinbrenner made a rare radio appearance on Wednesday to say he's sorry for the Yankees' performance. "I apologize. We did not do the job this year," Steinbrenner said. The Yankees have now missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1992 and 1993. More »

      • Is injury-riddled Stoudemire finally healthy?

        Injuries have plagued Amar'e Stoudemire the past few seasons, forcing his minutes to be restricted. According to Stoudemire, he thinks those days are behind him, saying, "To be as healthy as I am now, and be able to capitalize on how I ended last year is going to be great for me." More »

      • Rangers to name captain before season opener

        Alain Vigneault addressed the media on Wednesday, covering a variety of topics. Vigneault gave an update on when the Rangers would name their new captain, saying, "I am giving myself the weekend and I would say that if I was a betting man, sometime before our first game." More »

      • Cuddyer makes sense for Mets

        The free-agent market is short on big names this offseason, but the depth in the outfield could work to the Mets' advantage. Michael Cuddyer is an intriguing target for the Mets, as he's good friends with David Wright and would give Terry Collins options in the outfield and at first base. More »

      • Nelson misses practice; others limited

        The Jets are hoping to snap a three-game losing streak Sunday in San Diego, and they may be forced to do so without at least two offensive cogs. Receiver David Nelson missed practice Wednesday, and cohort Eric Decker was limited. Each is suffering from with leg injuries. More »

      • Beckham expects to make NFL debut Sunday

        Giants fans will finally get their chance to see wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. play in a regular-season game. Big Blue's 2014 first-round pick, who has been nursing a hamstring ailment since August, said Wednesday he "definitely" feels he will play Sunday against the Falcons. More »

      • Mike Smith: Eli one of the NFL's elite QBs

        Critics have recently rightly ridiculed Eli Manning for his penchant for turning the ball over. Yet, Falcons head coach Mike Smith, who has an top-flight quarterback in Matt Ryan, still sees Manning as one of the NFL's best, saying Wednesday, "Eli is one of the elite quarterbacks in the league." More »

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