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    • Gee dominant, Murphy's homer leads Mets to win over Marlins

      Dillon Gee was dominant, allowing just six hits and one run in 7 2/3 innings in Monday's series opener in Miami. But Gee was in line for his second loss of the season until Daniel Murphy's ninth-inning, three-run homer lifted the Mets to a dramatic 3-1 win over the Marlins. More »

    • Nets even series with OT win over Hawks

      After no-show performances in Games 1-3, Deron Williams would not allow Brooklyn go back to Atlanta down 3-1. The Nets point guard posted a season-high 35 points, and Brook Lopez added 26 points and 10 rebounds, as the Nets claimed a 120-115 win in OT over the Hawks. More »

    • Klein expected to play in Game 1

      Defenseman Kevin Klein said Monday that he expects to return to the Rangers' lineup for Game 1 against the team's second-round opponent. Klein, who has been out with a broken left arm since March 11, believes he would've suited up if there was a Game 6 against the Pens. More »

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      • Rangers' Zuccarello out indefinitely

        Mats Zuccarello left Friday's Game 5 against the Penguins in the first period after the puck struck the side of his head. The Rangers announced Monday the 27-year-old winger would be out indefinitely with an upper-body injury, although it's suspected to be a concussion. More »

      • Islanders set for first Game 7 since 2002

        It's been nearly 13 years since the Islanders last competed in a Game 7. But when the puck drops against the Capitals on Monday, Jack Capuano's squad will have a chance to clinch their first playoff series win since 1993. The Isles have failed to make it out of the first round their past six attempts. More »

      • Niese struggles in start against Yankees

        After allowing only three earned runs over his first three starts this season, Jon Niese struggled in his outing against the Yankees. The left-hander reverted to his old arm slot Sunday, and in turn allowed five earned runs over his first two innings, bumping up his ERA to 2.74 on the year. More »

      • Hollins defends Williams ahead of Game 4

        Deron Williams has been ice cold from the field over the past two games, making only two of his 15 attempts during that span. But head coach Lionel Hollins said Williams shouldn't be judged based on scoring alone, adding the point guard has excelled in other facets of the game. More »

      • Yankees take Subway Series over Mets

        Jon Niese was hit hard in Sunday's rubber match against the Yankees, allowing six runs over five innings of work. Curtis Granderson hit a leadoff home run, but Alex Rodriguez's 659th career homer and a four-run second helped the Yankees send the Mets to a 6-4 defeat. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: April 27-May 3

        Both the Mets and Yankees sit atop their divisions, but playoff hockey and basketball are still alive in the Big Apple. The Rangers beat the Penguins in five games, while Monday sees the Islanders play Game 7 against the Capitals and the Nets attempt to even their series with Atlanta. More »

      • Struggling Williams still has support of Hollins

        Deron Williams hasn't had much luck with his shot against the Hawks and is just 2-for-15 in his last two games. Coach Lionel Hollins defended his point guard, pointing to his 16 assists and 21 rebounds in the series. Teammate Joe Johnson said Williams is dealing with "severe tendinitis." More »

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