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    • Wilkerson active for Sunday's matchup with Patriots

      After missing the first three games of his NFL career to start the month of December, Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson will play Sunday against the Patriots. Wilkerson's turf toe injury has healed sufficiently enough to help the Jets go for their fourth win of the season. More »

    • Mets at 25-1 odds to win World Series

      According to online sports book Bovada, the Mets have 25-1 odds to win the World Series in 2015, the same as the cross-city rival Yankees. Matt Harvey's return along with signing Michael Cuddyer and the potential emergence of young pitchers like Zack Wheeler will be key to any Mets run. More »

    • Nets, Kings discussing blockbuster for Williams

      Trying to shed payroll, the Nets are reportedly in talks with the Sacramento Kings for a blockbuster trade that would center around point guard Deron Williams. Though the Kings want Mason Plumlee, reports indicate he is not a part of the deal, and the clubs are not close to a deal yet. More »

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      • Rangers rally to top Hurricanes in shootout

        The Rangers trailed in the late stages Saturday against the lowly Hurricanes. Yet, thanks to their goalie and an unsung hero, they pulled out a victory in Raleigh. Kevin Klein scored with just 2:23 in regulation, and Henrik Lundqvist stopped all three shootout tries he faced in a 3-2 win. More »

      • Devils shut out at home by Capitals

        After an emotional win over the Lightning on Friday, the Devils fell flat at home against the Washington Capitals. Led by 21 saves by Braden Holtby, and a highlight-reel goal from Alexander Ovechkin, the Caps claimed a 4-0 win over the Devils on Saturday at the Rock. More »

      • Isles pot three third-period goals in win

        The Islanders keep right on rolling. Fresh off a road win in Detroit on Friday, the Isles scored three third-period goals to claim a 3-1 win over the Lightning on Saturday night at the Coliseum. Nikolai Kulemin, John Tavares and Anders Lee all scored for the Isles. More »

      • Williams doubtful for Nets' game Sunday

        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 »

      • 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 »

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