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    • Harvey set to make first start since Tommy John surgery

      The day has finally arrived. Matt Harvey will toe the rubber for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery as the Mets square off against the Tigers on Friday afternoon. The right-hander, who last pitched in a game on Aug. 24, 2013, is expected to throw 35 pitches or two innings. More »

    • Colon tosses two scoreless in Mets' loss

      Bartolo Colon made his spring debut Thursday against the Nationals. Colon struck out two in two hitless innings, and Eric Campbell and John Mayberry Jr.'s both hit home runs to give the Mets an early lead. A two-run homer from Washington's Kila Ka'aihue gave the Nats a late win, 5-4. More »

    • Islanders outlast Predators for wild road win

      The Islanders blew a two-goal lead in the third period Thursday in Nashville but rallied for a 4-3 win. John Tavares and Anders Lee gave the Isles an early lead, but the Predators fought back to tie the score late in the third. Brock Nelson's goal with 6:08 remaining proved the game-winner. More »

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      • Memphis shocks UConn in final seconds

        Memphis snuck away with a victory Thursday against UConn. Shaq Goodwin's floater with eight seconds left lifted the Tigers to a 54-53 win at Gampel Pavilion. Senior Ryan Boatright missed an off-balance attempt at the buzzer, finishing with 14 points in his final home game. More »

      • Jets interested in veteran CB Williams

        With improving their secondary atop the Jets' list of offseason priorities, the team is interested in cornerback Cary Williams, who was released by the Eagles on Tuesday. The 30-year-old Williams played in all 16 games for Philadelphia last season, recording two interceptions and 60 tackles. More »

      • Yanks grab Grapefruit League win over Bucs

        The Yankees earned their first win this spring with a 2-1 victory against the Pirates on Thursday. Starter Esmil Rogers pitched two innings, allowing one hit and recording a strikeout. Garrett Jones hit an RBI single, and prospect Tyler Austin knocked home the winning run with a solo shot. More »

      • Yormark: Nets can still own New York

        The Nets could miss the playoffs this season, and their future prospects are dimmed by a dearth of draft picks. Still, their CEO, Brett Yormark, believes there is still time for Brooklyn to own New York, saying "If we get any traction, we have a chance to turn those casual fans into hardcore fans." More »

      • Jets intent on re-signing RB Powell

        With no plans to bring back Chris Johnson, the Jets reportedly would like to re-sign running back Bilal Powell. The 26-year-old ran for 141 yards on 33 carries and caught 11 passes in 2014. The Jets also feel Powell is the free-agent back who makes the most sense for them financially. More »

      • Donnell 'OK' after plane skids off runway

        A Delta airlines plane skidded off the runway upon landing at LaGuardia on Thursday. Giants tight end Larry Donnell was on the flight. Donnell, through a team statement, said he is "blessed to be safe and sound" after the crash. No one was seriously hurt. More »

      • Walsh: Good rebuilds not reliant on superstars

        Donnie Walsh believes in Phil Jackson and thinks the Knicks have hope. But the former Knicks president has advice for the current regime. Walsh believes good rebuilds can be done without superstar talent and that there needs to be a balance between good and great players. More »

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