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    • Huskies claim 19th straight win with rout of Temple

      Geno Auriemma is one win from rarefied air. The UConn women's basketball coach picked up win No. 899, and the team's 19th straight victory, with an 83-49 win over Temple on Sunday. Breanna Stewart scored a game-high 17 points, one of five Huskies to post double-figure points. More »

    • UConn suffers loss to lowly Houston

      The UConn men's hoops team is teetering on the NCAA Tournament bubble, and after their most recent road loss, the Huskies are trending more towards the NIT. Despite Ryan Boatright's 31 points, UConn fell, 70-68, to lowly Houston on Sunday. The Huskies are now 4-4 in the AAC. More »

    • Knicks snag 10th win in triumph over Lakers

      A national TV audience may not have been able to watch, but the Knicks exuded dominance Sunday afternoon against the Lakers. Keyed by 31 points from Carmelo Anthony, and 13 more from Langston Galloway, the Knicks won for the fifth time in their last seven games, 92-80. More »

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      • Garnett 'all in' on staying with Nets this season

        The Nets are struggling mightily, and although the sun may be setting on his career, Kevin Garnett is not concerned with finding a new home to claim that elusive championship ring. Garnett told reporters after Brooklyn's practice Sunday he is "all in" on remaining in the borough. More »

      • Teams asking, but Isles won't trade Boychuk

        Johnny Boychuk is a pending unrestricted free agent, and with the Islanders potentially in need of a forward, he could be a movable piece at the upcoming trade deadline. Though teams are reportedly inquiring about the veteran defenseman, the Islanders are not going to move him. More »

      • Jets expected to be in on Revis if he hits market

        Darrelle Revis is in search of his first Super Bowl title Sunday, but with free agency possible, his former team reportedly is interested in bringing the Island back to New York. The Jets and Bills are interested in signing Revis, though the Patriots have filed tampering charges against the Jets. More »

      • Giants matriarch Ann Mara dies at 85

        Ann Mara was dubbed the First Lady of Football, thanks to her involvement for decades with the Giants. But on the NFL's biggest day, it lost it one of its most important women. Mara, who had been in the hospital for two weeks after a fall at her Rye home, died Sunday at 85. More »

      • Lundqvist fights through headaches to finish

        The Rangers and their fans endured a scare Saturday when Henrik Lundqvist was struck in the throat by a slap shot from Carolina's Brad Malone in the second period of the Rangers' win. Lundqvist admitted he had headaches and was light-headed but wanted to stay in the game. More »

      • Rangers halt two-game losing streak

        After consecutive losses to the Islanders and Canadiens, two of the top teams in the East, the Rangers welcomed the hapless Hurricanes to Madison Square Garden. Rick Nash started the scoring with his 29th goal of the season, tying him for first in the NHL, and the Rangers rolled, 4-1. More »

      • Beckham named Offensive Rookie of the Year

        Odell Beckham Jr. played just 12 games in his rookie season after an early injury, but ran away with the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year award anyway. On the heels of a debut season that saw him make 91 receptions for 1,305 yards and 12 TDs, Beckham received 42 of the 50 votes. More »

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