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    • Anthony would like to stay with Knicks, doesn't want to rebuild

      For Carmelo Anthony, this season was one of the toughest of his 10-year career. If Anthony tests free agency this offseason, the 29-year-old could sign a max contract with the Knicks for five years and $129 million."I want to come back," Anthony said. "But I also want to win." More »

    • Flyers searching for answers against McDonagh

      Ryan McDonagh's strong defense along the blue line has given opponents fits this season. For the Flyers, it's no different. In an effort to change its fortunes against the Rangers' top pair, Craig Berube's squad will look to dump the puck in on McDonagh's side to try and wear him down. More »

    • Nets confident heading into first round

      Leading up to his first playoffs as a head coach, Jason Kidd rested some starters down the stretch to ensure a healthy Nets' squad before their first-round bout with the Raptors. "I like where we are," Kidd said. "We've rested and guys have gotten their work in at the same time." More »

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      • Nash to play with chip on his shoulder

        In his second career playoff appearance last season, Rick Nash's performance was underwhelming for the Rangers, scoring just one goal and four assists over 12 games. This go around, Nash will look to prove he's the big-game player the team acquired in 2012. More »

      • Valverde will remain closer for Mets

        Jose Valverde's tenure as the Mets' closer has gotten off to a rough start. After surrendering three runs in his previous appearance, Valverde's woes continued Wednesday, giving up two home runs in the ninth. Terry Collins said afterward that Valverde will remain the closer for the Mets. More »

      • Mets hold off D-backs to complete sweep

        For the second straight day, Kirk Nieuwenhuis and the Mets' starting pitcher keyed a win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. Dillon Gee tossed seven shutout innings, and Niewenhuis drove in a run, as the Mets capped a sweep of the D-backs, 5-2, on Wednesday in Phoenix. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets capped a three-game sweep over the Arizona Diamondbacks with a 5-2 win on Wednesday at Chase Field. Eric Young had two stolen bases, a hit and a run scored, as five different Mets registered runs. Gary and Keith discuss the series finale. More »

      • Knicks close season with win over Raptors

        The Knicks ended their roller-coaster season on an upswing. New York won its fourth straight game, beating the Atlantic Division-champion Raptors, 95-92, on Wednesday night at the Garden. J.R. Smith scored a game-high 30 points, keying New York's second-half rally. More »

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        • Pineda shuts down Cubs in nightcap

          Not to be outdone by Masahiro Tanaka's dominant performance in Game 1 of the Yankees' doubleheader, Michael Pineda dominated the Cubs in Game 2. Pineda tossed six scoreless innings, and the Yankees capped a sweep with a 2-0 win over Chicago at the Stadium. More »

        • Nets drop to No. 6 seed in playoffs

          Playing for playoff seeding, the Nets fell flat in their season finale in Cleveland. The Cavaliers outscored the Nets by 27 in the second half in their 114-85 win. The loss drops Brooklyn to the No. 6 seed and a date with the Raptors in the upcoming Eastern Conference playoffs. More »

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