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    • Anthony unstoppable as Knicks defeat Wizards

      Carmelo Anthony scored 30 points and hit the game-winning shot in the final seconds to lead the Knicks to a 103-100 victory over the Wizards on Wednesday. Amar'e Stoudemire added 13 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in the win. New York plays its final preseason game on Friday. More »

    • Nets lose to Celtics in preseason finale

      The Nets dropped their final game of the preseason, 100-86, to the Celtics on Wednesday night. Mason Plumlee and Mirza Teletovic each had 15 points for Brooklyn. The Nets and Celtics will meet again next Wednesday in Boston in the 2014-15 season opener for both teams. More »

    • SportsNite Special: Scandal in Sayreville

      SNY today announced the premiere of SportsNite Special: Scandal in Sayreville, a first-of-its-kind program that will take an in-depth look at the hazing allegations that have garnered national headlines. Hosted by Chris Carlin, the program will premiere Thursday at 7:00 p.m. More »

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      • Could Reyes return to New York?

        As the Mets try to fill their void at shortstop, fans can't help but wonder what if Jose Reyes had never left? Reyes still has $66 million remaining on the contract he originally signed with the Marlins after the 2011 season, making his return to New York highly unlikely. More »

      • Kidd's departure created domino effect

        Now with the Wizards, Paul Pierce says Jason Kidd's departure from the Nets this summer created a chain reaction that led the team to change course. Pierce says Brooklyn never offered him a contract and also indicated Kidd was one of the main reasons he came to the Nets. More »

      • Islanders place Grabovski on injured reserve

        The Islanders have placed Mikhail Grabovski on injured reserve retroactive to Oct. 16, the team announced Wednesday. Grabovski has been suffering from a concussion after taking a big hit against the Sharks last Thursday. The 30-year-old forward has two goals and an assist this season. More »

      • King trying new approach to team-building

        After a few years of rampant spending, GM Billy King and the Nets showed more restraint in adding to the team's roster this offseason. As King stated Tuesday, Brooklyn's goal is still to win a championship, but the Nets will look to do so with smarter and less expensive acquisitions. More »

      • Can Wright bounce back next season?

        A shoulder injury hampered David Wright's performance at the plate in 2014, but the Mets third baseman wasn't hitting well even before the injury. Wright's bat will be key to the club's fortunes in 2015, but it is fair to wonder just how much production Wright can give the Mets next year. More »

      • Rangers show character in win over Devils

        After a bumpy start to the season, the Rangers have won three straight games, including two comeback wins in the third period. Wins like Tuesday night's victory against the Devils show the Rangers' toughness, something Alain Vigneault praised his team for after the game. More »

      • Mets to interview Long for hitting coach role

        The Mets will interview Kevin Long for their vacant hitting coach position Wednesday. Long spent seven years in the same role with the Yankees before being let go at the end of this past season. Mets GM Sandy Alderson reportedly has a handful of candidates he plans to interview. More »

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