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    • Williams, Nets ready to prove pundits wrong next season

      A bevy of roster changes has given the Nets a new look heading into next season, leaving many wondering where the team will finish. When asked about the lower expectations set for the team, Deron Williams said he's fine with what he's heard and believes it'll motivate Brooklyn. More »

    • Mets' prospects ready for big stage in 2015

      While talk about the Mets' prospects has revolved around the arms in the farm system, it's about time to start paying attention to the bats in the Minors as well. Catcher Kevin Plawecki, shortstop Matt Reynolds and outfielder Brandon Nimmo are all expected to debut next season. More »

    • Two days after signing, Nets void Ndiaye's deal

      The Nets announced Friday that they have voided the contract of Hamady Ndiaye. According to Brooklyn, the former Rutgers standout failed the required physical two days after signing his deal. Ndiaye was waived in March by the Delaware 87ers (NBADL) due to a season-ending injury. More »

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      • Vigneault tipping his hand at training camp

        Alain Vigneault said that he would use training camp to experiment with new lines, hinting that the groups could indicate the top six. Chris Kreider, Derek Stepan and Marty St. Louis have been paired together, while Rick Nash, Derrick Brassard and Mats Zuccarello form another group. More »

      • Yankees beat Blue Jays on ninth-inning error

        Blue Jays first baseman Adam Lind was unable to handle a routine grounder off the bat of Chase Headley, allowing Antoan Richardson to score the winning run to give the Yankees a 3-2 walk-off win over the Jays. Derek Jeter homered and Shane Greene pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings. More »

      • Jets dealing with early-season injuries

        The Jets are banged up and can certainly use the extra day of rest heading into Monday night's game against the Bears. Eric Decker is still nursing an injured hamstring and did not practice on Thursday, while Chris Johnson, Nick Mangold, Willie Colon and Dee Milliner were all limited. More »

      • Backman could join Mets full-time in 2015

        Wally Backman will join the Mets' coaching staff in Atlanta on Friday for the final nine games of the season. According to one report, adding Backman in a full-time capacity in 2015 is currently "under discussion." Backman was a finalist for the managerial job in 2011, losing out to Terry Collins. More »

      • UConn schedules home-and-home with Missouri

        UConn and Missouri have agreed to a home-and-home series in football, the two schools announced on Thursday. The Huskies will travel to Mizzou in 2015 and the Tigers will come to Connecticut in 2017. UConn will also make a visit to BYU on their non-conference slate in 2015. More »

      • Mets could have options in LF this winter

        Left field and shortstop are considered two positions the Mets will look to upgrade over the winter, but one spot might be easier to add an impact bat at than the other. A plethora of outfielders are free agents after the season, including Melky Cabrera and Cuban slugger Yasmani Tomas. More »

      • Beason to visit doctor in Charlotte on Friday

        Looking to get an update on his injured foot, Jon Beason will visit a doctor in Charlotte on Friday. Beason hasn't been ruled out for Sunday's game and stated that he's feeling "surprisingly better." The 29-year-old linebacker felt a pop when someone stepped on his foot in Week 2. More »

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