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    • Wilpon backs Collins, says Mets will not be changing managers

      The Mets will not be changing managers, according to Jeff Wilpon. This statement comes in light of reports that free agent Joe Maddon may be interested in managing the Mets. Manager Terry Collins' deal runs through next season and has a team option for 2016. More »

    • AV: Duclair 'will be fine' in Montreal debut

      Montreal native Anthony Duclair will make his hometown debut on Saturday night when the Rangers take on the Canadiens. Head coach Alain Vigneault thinks the 19-year-old "will be fine," noting that Duclair has a knack for asking teammates and coaches the right questions. More »

    • Nets send Teague, pick to Sixers for Ware

      The Nets and 76ers traded point guards on Friday, with Marquis Teague and a 2019 second-round pick getting shipped to Philadelphia in exchange for Casper Ware. Teague's contract is guaranteed, while Brooklyn can cut Ware without owing him any money. More »

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      • Will Maddon end up managing Mets?

        Manager Joe Maddon has opted out of his contract with the Rays, the team announced on Friday. New York was viewed as a possible landing spot for Maddon, but Jeff Wilpon quickly shot down those rumors. Terry Collins will return as the Mets' manager in 2015. More »

      • UConn, Georgetown to renew rivalry

        Former Big East foes UConn and Georgetown will rekindle their rivalry with a two-year home-and-home series, the schools announced on Friday. The Huskies will host the Hoyas in 2016, and then play a road game against Georgetown in 2017. The two teams last met in 2013. More »

      • Nets exercise options on Plumlee, Karasev

        The Nets have exercised the third-year options for both Mason Plumlee and Sergey Karasev, the team announced on Friday. Plumlee has seen his stock rise in recent months after making Team USA's FIBA World Cup roster. The Nets acquired Karasev in a trade over the summer. More »

      • Getting to know the Mets' new hitting coach

        The Mets announced the hiring of Kevin Long as hitting coach on Thursday. Prior to spending eight seasons as the Yankees' hitting coach, Long was drafted by the Royals in 1989. Long reached as high as Triple-A during his playing days and retired in 1997 to focus on coaching. More »

      • SportsNite Special: Hazing in Sayreville

        New Jersey state assemblyman John Wisniewski and journalist Steve Politi joined Chris Carlin to discuss the recent hazing scandal in Sayreville. Wisniewski and Politi talked about the responsibility of the coaches and the impact the news has had on the local community. More »

      • Mets name Long as hitting coach

        Once Kevin Long was let go after eight seasons as the Yankees' hitting coach, rumors began linking Long to the open position with the cross-town Mets. The team officially announced the hiring of Long on Thursday, and the coach is excited to work with a team "on the rise." More »

      • Syracuse athletics under NCAA investigation

        Two Syracuse University athletic programs are under NCAA investigation for "extra benefits and academic issues" dating back as far as 10 years. Jim Boeheim's basketball program has been under investigation since March 2013, but the 2004-05 football team has also raised questions. More »

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