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    • Williams doubtful for Nets' game Sunday against Pistons

      The Nets got some good news Saturday, as Deron Williams' MRI revealed only a mild calf strain. But they will likely be cautious with their point guard and leading scorer. After injuring his leg in Friday's loss to the Cavs, Williams is doubtful for Brooklyn's contest Sunday against Detroit. More »

    • Syracuse falls to Villanova in OT

      Leading by double digits throughout much of the contest, Syracuse squandered a perfect opportunity for an upset win in Philadelphia on Saturday. Villanova scored five unanswered points in the final 14 seconds to force overtime as the Wildcats rallied past the Orange, 82-77. More »

    • Knicks stumble at home against Suns

      Despite holding the lead heading into the fourth quarter, the Knicks dropped their fourth straight game on Saturday afternoon, succumbing to the Suns, 99-90. Carmelo Anthony posted a double-double, scoring a team-high 25 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the losing effort. More »

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      • Rangers wanted to sign Talbot long-term

        The Rangers locked up Cam Talbot to a one-year extension Friday, but did the Blueshirts want to secure the 27-year-old for a longer term? Talbot's agent said that was the case, but the netminder declined to sign a longer deal so he could pursue a starting job in the future. More »

      • Report: Tulowitzki won't be traded to Mets

        It appears the Mets will have to take a different route if they want to upgrade at shortstop. According to reports, Troy Tulowitzki won't be traded to the Mets. It was rumored that Colorado and New York were discussing a deal involving Tulowitzki and prospect Noah Syndergaard. More »

      • Brassard expected to return Saturday

        After a short bout with the mumps, Derick Brassard will make his return to the Rangers' lineup as the red-hot Blueshirts square off against the Hurricanes on Saturday. The 27-year-old leads the team in assists (16), ranks second in points (24) and third in goals (8). More »

      • Second-ranked Huskies rout Depaul

        After playing on the road for nearly a month, the UConn women's basketball team made itself feel at home in Connecticut. Breanna Stewart scored 25 points, adding eight rebounds and four assists as the Huskies claimed a 98-64 win over conference rival Depaul on Friday in Bridgeport. More »

      • Nets lose Williams to injury, game to Cavs

        The Nets were flying high after a 33-point first quarter Friday against the Cavaliers. Yet, in the subsequent three frames, they lost both another game and their superstar point guard. Deron Williams exited with a calf injury, and Brooklyn fell to Cleveland, 95-91, on Friday night. More »

      • Isles win third straight, 2-1, over Wings

        The Islanders' cold streak on the road is officially over. Anders Lee and Brock Nelson each scored goals, and Jaroslav Halak stopped 17 shots in the Islanders' 2-1 win over the Red Wings. The win snapped the Isles' two-game road losing skid and enhanced their win streak to three. More »

      • Kinkaid gets first win in shootout over TB

        The Devils had lost five straight, blowing two-goal leads in of those games. They blew another multi-goal advantage but managed to eke out a win. Patrik Elias scored once in regulation then potted the game-deciding goal in New Jersey's 3-2 shootout win over the Lightning. More »

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