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    • Report: Knicks to miss out on center DeAndre Jordan

      With DeAndre Jordan reportedly set to sign with the Clippers or Mavericks, the Knicks will miss out on another free-agent target. The start of free agency hasn't gone smoothly, with the Knicks failing to sign a number of targets. Jordan's decision means Robin Lopez will sign with New York. More »

    • Yankees still waiting on Ellsbury's return

      After being scratched from a rehab start Thursday, Yankees outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury won't be coming off the DL on Friday, according to Brian Cashman. Ellsbury is still working his way back from a knee sprain he suffered six weeks ago. The 31-year-old hit .324/.412/.372 before the injury. More »

    • Mets swept by Cubs after loss at Citi Field

      The Mets' scoring drought finally ended in the third inning Thursday against Jake Arrieta, but that was the only run they'd score in a 6-1 loss. Jacob deGrom struggled, allowing four runs in 5 1/3 innings, as the Mets were swept coming off the heels of three straight wins against the Reds. More »

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      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets halted their scoring drought Thursday afternoon, but it wasn't enough to avoid the sweep at the hands of the Cubs. Jacob deGrom hurled 5 1/3 innings of four-run ball, taking his sixth loss of the season. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling break down the 6-1 defeat from Flushing. More »

      • Report: Lopez close to signing with Knicks

        The Knicks have a deal in place with Robin Lopez, as long as the team doesn't sign DeAndre Jordan, according to reports. The 27-year-old's potential one-year contract is reportedly worth about $13 million. Lopez averaged 9.6 points and 6.7 rebounds in 59 games last season. More »

      • Report: Aldridge cancels meeting with Knicks

        The Knicks and president Phil Jackson are out of the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes. According to reports, the free agent cancelled his meeting with New York on Thursday after discovering the Knicks envisioned him starting at center, as opposed to his natural position at power forward. More »

      • Nets agree to two-year contract with Larkin

        Shane Larkin led the Knicks in minutes played last season but will join the crosstown rival Nets after being deemed expendable by Phil Jackson. The two-year contract will pay a total of $3 million. Larkin averaged 6.2 points and 3.0 rebounds per game in 24.5 minutes last season. More »

      • Jets' Richardson suspended for first four games

        Jets defensive end Sheldon Richardson has been suspended by the NFL for the first four games of the 2015 season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Richardson will not be paid while on suspension and will miss games against the Browns, Colts, Eagles and Dolphins. More »

      • St. Louis announces retirement from NHL

        Martin St. Louis and the Rangers were not interested in a reuinion next season and, rather than leave New York for another team, the 40-year-old has decided to hang up his skates. The Rangers sent a statement on behalf of St. Louis, who tallied 1,033 points in 16 NHL seasons. More »

      • Ellsbury looking to return to lineup Friday

        Jacoby Ellsbury has missed over a month with a right knee strain, but the outfielder has been rehabbing at Class A Tampa with eyes on a return to the lineup late this week. Ellsbury wants to return Friday, and the Yankees will make a decision on his status by Thursday night. More »

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