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    • Mets return home to start series with first-place Braves

      After a successful 6-3 road trip, the Mets return to Flushing on Friday night to take on the Braves, who lead the NL East at 10-5. When the teams met last week in Atlanta, the Mets took two of three. Jon Niese (0-1, 3.48 ERA) will start against Aaron Harang (2-1, 0.96) in Friday's opener. More »

    • Snow: Islanders likely to retain this year's pick

      Garth Snow has a potentially franchise-changing decision to make. As part of the Thomas Vanek deal, the Isles have the option of sending the Sabres the team's No. 5 pick in 2014 or its first-round selection in 2015, the year hockey phenom Connor McDavid is eligible. More »

    • Are the Nets overconfident before first round?

      With some late machinations (read: tanking), the Nets made sure they played the Raptors in the first round of the playoffs. Although the two teams split four games this season, the Nets don't think the losses are representative since they were the second games of back-to-backs. More »

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      • Report: Kerr 'expects' offer to coach Knicks

        Steve Kerr, a former player under Phil Jackson and current television analyst, "absolutely expects" to be offered the Knicks' coaching job and would accept it, according to a report. Though he has served as a general manager for the Suns, Kerr has never coached. More »

      • McDonagh recovers in Rangers' win

        Ryan McDonagh, playing for the first time since April 1, looked shaky early in the Rangers' Game 1 victory over the Flyers. But after his giveaway led to the opening goal, the critical defenseman settled down. He finished with 22:42 of ice time and looked better as the game went on. More »

      • Mets attend Hanrahan's showcase

        With their bullpen hindered by injuries and Jose Valverde's propensity to give up the long ball, the Mets could be in the market for Joel Hanrahan. The 32-year-old reliever had Tommy John surgery last May and recently held a showcase attended by many teams, including the Mets. More »

      • Rangers run away from Flyers in third period

        For a while, the Rangers' home-ice advantage was squarely in doubt, but their much-maligned power play helped assuage fears. New York potted three third-period goals, two during Jason Akeson's double-minor high-sticking penalty, in its 4-1 win over the Flyers in Game 1. More »

      • Young visits Stony Brook on off day

        Most Major Leaguers catch up on rest or spend time with their families on rare days off during the season. But, Eric Young decided to spend a cherished day away from the park helping people. GEICO SportsNite caught up with the Mets outfielder Thursday as he visited an area hospital. More »

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        • Sabathia, Yankees steamroll Rays

          Fresh off a two-game sweep of the Cubs, in which the Yankees did not allow a run, CC Sabathia kept the good pitching going. Sabathia surrendered just two runs in seven innings, and the Yanks blitzed David Price for their fifth straight win, 10-2, in St. Petersburg, Fla. More »

        • Woodson still the Knicks' coach

          In the first day after the NBA season ended no coaches were relieved of their duties. Among those still safe is the Knicks' Mike Woodson, who presided over the club's first losing season since 2009-10. The Daily News Live panel discussed why Woodson is still the team's bench boss. More »

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