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    • New York Gov. Cuomo: Jets-Bills game Sunday would be 'impractical'

      New York Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke out against the Bills and Jets playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday after a devastating snow storm hit Buffalo this week, stating that a game would be "impractical." The NFL is considering moving the contest to another day or location. More »

    • Talbot shines in shutout of Flyers

      Heading into Wednesday's game against the Flyers, Cam Talbot felt like he had something to prove after a few poor showings to begin the campaign. The 27-year-old looked more like the netminder from last season against the Flyers, stopping 31 shots en route to his fourth career shutout. More »

    • Kirilenko's role with Nets diminshing?

      Andrei Kirilenko finds himself in an unfamiliar situation. Kirilenko was expected to take on a bigger role this season, but the Nets forward has been inactive the past two games."It's tough, but there's nothing I can do," Kirilenko said. "I'm not the one making decisions, and it is what it is." More »

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      • Mets interested in adding lefty reliever

        The Mets are looking to sign a left-handed reliever, according to general manager Sandy Alderson. With lefty specialists coming at a premium this offseason, Alderson has expressed interest in re-signing Dana Eveland, who compiled a 2.63 ERA in 27 1/3 innings for the Mets last season. More »

      • Nets drop triple-overtime thriller to Bucks

        Former Nets head coach Jason Kidd returned to boos Wednesday at Barclays Center, but the Bucks coach ended up with the last laugh in Milwaukee's 122-118 victory. Brook Lopez led six Nets in double figures with a season-high 26 points, but the Nets fell to 4-7 on the year. More »

      • Talbot, Rangers blank Flyers at MSG

        Henrik Lundqvist got the night off in net for the Rangers, but backup Cam Talbot came through with 28 saves in his fourth career shutout. Rick Nash scored his 13th goal of the season, bringing him within one of the NHL lead, as New York moved back to .500 on the season. More »

      • Martin, Timberwolves breeze past Knicks

        Kevin Martin needed an IV to play through the flu Wednesday, and his 37 points led the Timberwolves to a 115-99 victory over the Knicks. Carmelo Anthony was the only New York starter to score in double-digits, pouring in 20 points on just 10 shot attempts in 27 minutes. More »

      • Jets-Bills game could move to neutral location

        The city of Buffalo was hit with over five feet of snow in some areas, including Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills were unable to practice Wednesday, and the NFL is considering moving Sunday's game to a neutral location or pushing it back as late as Tuesday due to the conditions. More »

      • Long to work with Wright, Granderson, d'Arnaud

        Mets hitting coach Kevin Long will work with David Wright, Curtis Granderson and Travis d'Arnaud this offseason. The three players will travel to Phoenix, where Long lives, to work out with their new coach. Long has experience coaching Granderson during their time with the Yankees. More »

      • Manning wants to finish career with Giants

        Speaking to reporters Wednesday, Giants quarterback Eli Manning said he hopes to finish his career with the franchise. Manning began his career with Big Blue back in 2004 and has led them to two Super Bowls. The 33-year-old has thrown 18 touchdowns and 11 interceptions this season. More »

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