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    • Ryan unlikely to become Giants' next defensive coordinator

      A lot would have to happen for Rex Ryan to end up coaching the Giants' defense. For starters, Ryan is still employed by the Jets. But even if Gang Green's head coach is relieved of his duties, hiring Ryan would go against how the Giants operate on defense and in the front office. More »

    • Islanders staying humble despite hot start

      The Islanders' 16 wins this season are more than the Jets, Giants, Knicks and Nets have combined. But the Isles are taking their success in stride. "It's exciting, it's cool, but listen we're 21 games in," defenseman Travis Hamonic said before Friday's win over the Capitals. More »

    • Rangers have been 'too soft' on Callahan

      Former Rangers captain Ryan Callahan has four goals and an assist in just two games against his old team this season. A pair of Blueshirts analysts both agree that the team has been "too soft" on Callahan. Dan Girardi was credited with the only hit on Wednesday on Callahan. More »

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      • Anthony won't rush back from back spasms

        The Knicks hope to have Carmelo Anthony in the lineup on Friday when they take on the Thunder, but the All-Star forward wants to make sure his back is fully recovered before he returns. "I think the spasms will go away," Anthony said. "But I'm not going to play with spasms.'' More »

      • Short-handed Knicks fall to Mavericks in OT

        Playing without Carmelo Anthony, six Knicks scored in double figures, led by Jose Calderon's 21, and reached overtime thanks to J.R. Smith's buzzer beater. Still, Tyson Chandler's 17 points and 25 rebounds keyed the Mavericks' 109-102 overtime win over his former mates. More »

      • Tavares, Islanders win again in overtime

        In overtime against a division rival, John Tavares came up big yet again. The captain scored a power-play goal 4:36 into overtime, lifting them to a 3-2 win over the Capitals at the Coliseum. Travis Hamonic and Anders Lee also scored for the Isles. Alex Ovechkin scored two goals for Washington. More »

      • Callahan keys Lightning's win over Rangers

        Ryan Callahan and Ben Bishop simply are Rangers killers. Callahan scored two more goals, lifting his season total to 10, and Bishop improved to 7-0 all-time against the Blueshirts as Tampa Bay claimed a 4-3 win. Rick Nash, Mats Zuccarello and Dan Boyle scored for the Rangers. More »

      • Nets deal 76ers 15th consecutive loss

        The Nets' road-trip closing contest in Philadelphia wasn't easy, but they still got a win. Led by Joe Johnson's 21 points and a near-triple double from Deron Williams, Brooklyn claimed a 99-91 win on Wednesday. Williams scored 17 points, added 10 assists and grabbed eight boards. More »

      • Yankees checked in on Rollins to fill SS gap

        The Yankees reportedly had interest in acquiring Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins, but found Philadelphia's asking price too high. Rollins hit .243/.323/.394 in 2014 and has a full no-trade clause. He is owed $11 million next season and also has an $11 million vesting option for 2016. More »

      • Coughlin unhappy with Giants' pass rush

        Giants coach Tom Coughlin admitted the team's pass rush has disappointed this season. The problem was glaring during the Cowboys' game-winning drive Sunday night. "We've been challenging them for the entire year," Coughlin said. "Obviously we're not doing a really good job of that." More »

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