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    • Knicks knock off Cavs in LeBron's return to Cleveland

      Carmelo Anthony scored 25 points to lead the Knicks to a 95-90 upset win over the Cavaliers in LeBron James' first game back with Cleveland. New York held James to just 5 of 15 shooting from the field for 17 points. The win was Derek Fisher's first as a head coach. More »

    • Islanders blanked on the road by Avalanche

      The Avalanche struck first in the opening minutes and never looked back in a 5-0 win over the Islanders on Thursday night. Isles goaltender Chad Johnson stopped 18 of 23 shots in the loss. New York next travels to San Jose on Saturday night to take on the Sharks. More »

    • Devils force OT late, win in shootout

      Michael Ryder scored 16:33 into the third period to pull the Devils even with the Jets before Jacob Josefson's goal in the shootout gave New Jersey a 2-1 win over Winnipeg on Thursday night. The victory snapped the Devils' 18-game losing streak in shootouts. More »

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      • Will Mets make a move for Markakis?

        The Orioles declined outfielder Nick Markakis' option for 2015 and will pay him a $2 million buyout, the team announced on Thursday. The Mets are believed to have interest in Markakis, though Baltimore can still make a qualifying offer and attach draft-pick compensation to him. More »

      • Jets look to fix Vick's turnover problems

        Hoping to prevent Michael Vick from turning the ball over when he starts at quarterback against the Chiefs on Sunday, the Jets are putting Vick through a series of drills leading up to the game. Vick fumbled four times, losing two of them, in New York's Week 8 loss to the Bills. More »

      • Gee could be odd man out in Mets' rotation

        The Mets are faced with a problem many teams would like -- they have a plethora of quality starting pitchers. With Matt Harvey's return from injury and Jacob deGrom's emergence, the team is expected to deal one of its arms in the offseason, and Dillon Gee is a prime trade candidate. More »

      • UConn women stand alone atop AP poll

        When the AP poll was released Thursday, the UConn women's basketball team found its name in a familiar spot. The two-time defending champions open the season as the No. 1 team in the nation. The Huskies return three starters from its 40-0 squad last season. More »

      • Calderon to miss at least two weeks

        Jose Calderon's Knicks debut has been put on hold. After sitting out the team's season opener Wednesday, the Knicks announced the 33-year-old will be out two to three weeks with a right calf strain. Calderon averaged 11.4 points and 4.7 assists in 81 games last season with the Mavs. More »

      • Jennings ruled out Monday against the Colts

        The Giants announced Thursday that running back Rashad Jennings, who began practicing this week, will miss the team's game Monday night against the Colts. The 29-year-old hasn't played since Week 5 after suffering an MCL sprain in his right knee against the Falcons. More »

      • Zuccarello looking to get on right track

        Mats Zuccarello broke out for the Rangers on Monday night, registering his first goal and his only multi-point game to begin the season. The Blueshirts are looking to rely on Zuccarello, who led the team in points last campaign, after the loss of key pieces in free agency this offseason. More »

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