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    • Knicks snap lengthy skid, win in double OT over Pistons

      The Knicks won their first game without Carmelo Anthony this season and snapped an eight-game losing skid. Andrea Bargnani led the club with 25 points and 12 rebounds as the Knicks rallied from 18 down to claim a 121-115 win over the Pistons in double overtime Friday night in Detroit. More »

    • Nets blow lead, fall to short-handed Rockets

      The Nets led by 11 after a quarter and were on top at the half in Houston, yet the road-weary club stumbled down the stretch and lost, 102-98, to the Rockets on Friday. Deron Williams and Mason Plumlee each led Brooklyn with 15 points, two of six Nets to score in double figures. More »

    • Halak sets wins record for in Islanders' win

      The Islanders relinquished first place in the Metropolitan Division for all of 24 hours. Led by Jaroslav Halak's 26 saves, and goals from Ryan Strome and Cal Clutterbuck, the Isles held off the Flames, 2-1, at the Coliseum. Halak recorded his 33rd win, which set a franchise record. More »

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      • Devils pick up point but lose to Bruins

        Cory Schneider and the Devils trailed by two after two periods Friday night, and they rallied to force overtime. But, in a must-win game, New Jersey managed just one point, falling to the Bruins, 3-2, in OT on Ryan Spooner's goal at the Rock. Jordin Tootoo and Travis Zajac scored. More »

      • Hagelin adding offensive punch on bottom-six

        Carl Hagelin has seen a recent bump in his offensive production. The winger tallied eight points in February -- the most he's recorded in a month this season. Known for his defensive prowess and blazing speed, Hagelin is projected to surpass his career high in goals this season. More »

      • Ryan out five days with mild back strain

        Brendan Ryan will miss at least the next five days of on-field activites due to a mild back strain suffered while lifting weights leading up to Spring Training, the Yankees announced Friday. The 32-year-old is expected to compete for one of the Bombers' middle infield spots. More »

      • Knicks could go after Jackson this summer

        The Knicks showed interest in Reggie Jackson at the trade deadline this season, but in the end, the Thunder chose to ship their disgruntled point guard off to Detroit. With Jackson set to be a restricted free agent in the offseason, the 24-year-old could be a top target for the Knicks. More »

      • Halak eyes record with start against Flames

        In his first season on Long Island, Jaroslav Halak has exceeded expectations and helped prime the Islanders for a deep playoff run. With a victory over the Flames on Friday, Halak will etch himself in Islanders lore and break the franchise record for wins in a season with 33. More »

      • Mets aren't planning contract talks with Murphy

        Daniel Murphy is set to become a free agent after this season, but is he in general manager Sandy Alderson's long-term plans? Murphy said Thursday that he's open to returning to the Mets, but as of now the team has no plans to talk to the second baseman about an extension this season. More »

      • Calderon's injury could end tenure in NY

        Jose Calderon plans to see doctors Friday to assess the extent of his Achilles injury suffered Wednesday night against the Celtics. If the point guard's injury is severe -- potentially in the form of a tear -- then the 33-year-old's tenure with the Knicks could come to an end. More »

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