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    • SNY unveils 2014-15 women's basketball schedule

      On the heels of its 40-0 national championship season, the UConn women's basketball team returns to SNY for the 2014-15 campaign. The first of 17 games on SNY comes Nov. 23 at 1 p.m. when UConn hosts Creighton. Huskies All-Access also returns for a behind-the-scenes look. More »

    • Girardi likely to play for Rangers on Tuesday

      Defenseman Dan Girardi took part in Rangers practice Tuesday ahead of the team's game against the Devils. Girardi left Sunday's win against the Sharks early after a blocked shot ricocheted off his ankle. With Dan Boyle out injured, the Rangers' depth has grown thin along the blue line. More »

    • Should Stoudemire start for Knicks?

      Despite his issues defensively, Amar'e Stoudemire adds a different dimension to the Knicks offense in the low post. After coming off the bench last season, the 31-year-old forward could return to the starting lineup under Derek Fisher and provide the Knicks with an offensive boost. More »

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      • Nimmo and Mazilli are impressing in Arizona

        Mets prospects Brandon Nimmo and LJ Mazzilli are both making strong impressions during their stints in the Arizona Fall League. Both players have capped off solid Minor League campaigns with further progress this fall as they move closer to making their debuts in the Major Leagues. More »

      • Knicks' D struggles in preseason loss

        Despite all of the offseason focus on the Knicks' new triangle offense, their defense remains a serious work in progress. New York allowed Milwaukee to shoot almost 60 percent from the field in a 120-107 home loss Monday night. Carmelo Anthony led the team in scoring with 24 points. More »

      • Plumlee leads Nets to win over 76ers

        The Nets let the 76ers hang around through three quarters Monday night at Barclays Center, but a 31-point outburst in the fourth helped Brooklyn seal a 99-88 win. Mason Plumlee led the team with a monster double-double, scoring 20 points and pulling down 17 rebounds. More »

      • Calderon leaves game with strained calf

        Knicks point guard Jose Calderon left Monday night's game against the Bucks in the first quarter with a strained right calf and didn't return. Head coach Derek Fisher said after the game he didn't think the injury was serious, and Calderon could play Wednesday night in Boston. More »

      • Magadan will not be Yankees' new hitting coach

        Dave Magadan announced on Monday that he's no longer a candidate to fill the Yankees' vacancy at hitting coach. The Yanks are looking to replace Kevin Long, who was dismissed after seven years on the job. New York scored 633 runs in 2014, its lowest total under Long. More »

      • Idzik thinks Harvin trade a 'potential coup'

        Despite talk of the trouble Percy Harvin caused in Seattle, Jets general manager John Idzik did his homework on Harvin and wasn't deterred. "I look at it as this could be a potential coup for the New York Jets, acquiring a player of Percy's talent and his caliber," Idzik said of the trade. More »

      • Beckham's hamstring holding up

        Odell Beckham Jr. appears to be fully recovered from a hamstring injury that kept him out for the Giants' first four games. The rookie receiver was on the field for every offensive snap on Sunday and had two touchdown receptions. Beckham also ran an end-around, gaining 13 yards on the play. More »

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