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    • Knicks can't complete comeback against Bulls, drop third straight game

      The Knicks battled back from an early deficit Thursday night against the Bulls but saw a fourth-quarter comeback fall short in a 103-97 loss. Without Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith, Tim Hardaway Jr. paced New York with 23 points. The Knicks have now lost 13 of their last 14 games. More »

    • UConn falls short against No. 2 Duke

      UConn hung tough Thursday against No. 2-ranked Duke at the Izod Center, but the Huskies ultimately lost, 66-56, dropping them to 4-4 on the season. Ryan Boatright led UConn with 22 points. Duke's Jahlil Okafor was held in check for the most part, scoring 12 points and hauling in 10 rebounds. More »

    • Plumlee is one of few bright spots for Nets

      A 10-14 start hasn't generated optimism in Brooklyn, but Mason Plumlee has given Nets fans some reason to hope. On a roster filled with veterans, Plumlee is one of the few effective youngsters. The 24-year-old is averaging 16.2 points and 9.6 rebounds per game over his last five contests. More »

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      • Fewell: Kennard's future is at linebacker

        Devon Kennard has enjoyed a breakout rookie season, recording 4 1/2 sacks and 31 solo tackles playing opposite Jason Pierre-Paul. But according to Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell, if he continues to improve athletically, Kennard's future is at outside linebacker. More »

      • Harvin, others limited at Jets' practice

        WR Percy Harvin, S Jaiquawn Jarrett and DL Muhammad Wilkerson were the notable players limited at Jets practice Thursday as the team prepares to face the rival Patriots in Week 16. Since the Jets acquired Harvin in Week 7, he has recorded 439 receiving yards and a touchdown. More »

      • People telling ailing Carmelo to rest injuries

        The Knicks have the NBA's second-worst win percentage and this season's prospects are looking dim. With Carmelo Anthony ailing, multiple people have told the superstar forward to "shut it down." Anthony is uncertain what to do as pain in his body comes and goes. More »

      • Rolle deserves to finish career with Giants

        Antrel Rolle is under contract only through the next two games, and the three-time Pro Bowler proclaimed Thursday he wants to finish his career with the Giants. Rolle, who hasn't missed a game in five seasons in New York, deserves a new deal and to finish his career with the Giants. More »

      • Wright feels shoulder getting 'closer to normal'

        The Mets need David Wright to rebound after an injury-plagued and disappointing 2014 season. Wright, who battled a shoulder ailment, has reportedly started swinging a bat again "a little" and has said he is starting to feel his injured arm "feeling better and getting closer to normal." More »

      • Anthony won't play 'what if' game

        The Knicks will be in Chicago on Thursday to take on the Central Division-leading Bulls. As they venture to Carmelo Anthony's hometown with the NBA's second-worst winning percentage, the superstar forward refused to revisit his decision to spurn Chicago to return to the Knicks. More »

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