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    • Hard-working Acy filling void as Knicks' grinder

      Forward Quincy Acy has been a physical presence for the Knicks this season, crashing the boards and showing intensity on both ends of the floor. Acy is providing New York with the energy and enthusiasm that the team has desperately been missing in recent years. More »

    • Shortstop Bogaerts likely staying in Boston

      The Mets are in the market for a shortstop, but it appears Xander Bogaerts won't be available to them. Even with the addition of Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval, the Red Sox do not appear likely to deal Bogaerts to make room in the infield for the two new arrivals. More »

    • Giants drop their sixth straight contest

      Odell Beckham Jr. may have made the catch of the season, but the Giants were unable to halt their losing streak, falling to the Cowboys, 31-28. Beckham Jr. had 10 receptions for 146 yards and hauled in two touchdowns for Big Blue. Eli Manning threw for 338 yards and three touchdowns. More »

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      • GEICO Week in New York: Nov. 24-30

        The Giants went toe-to-toe with the Cowboys on Sunday, but Big Blue's attempt at halting their five-game losing streak fell short. The Jets and Rangers both were scheduled to play in Buffalo this week, only to see their games postponed due to the heavy snow fall in Western New York. More »

      • No. 17 UConn suffers first loss of season

        The Huskies struggled to take care of the ball in the championship game of the Puerto Rico Classic on Sunday night, committing 19 turnovers as No. 17 UConn fell to West Virginia, 78-68. Senior Ryan Boatright led the way with 17 points and four assists in the losing effort. More »

      • Lundqvist, Rangers shut out Canadiens

        The Rangers put forth a second consecutive strong outing at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. Henrik Lundqvist made 21 stops as the Blueshirts blanked the Canadiens, 5-0. Dominic Moore, Derek Stepan, Martin St. Louis, Carl Hagelin and Rick Nash scored for New York. More »

      • UConn bounces back against Creighton

        The UConn women's basketball team bounced back from Monday's upset loss to Stanford with a 96-60 drubbing of Creighton on Sunday in Storrs. Breanna Stewart led all scorers with 25 points, making all 10 of her shots, Kia Nurse added 22 in her first career start for the Huskies. More »

      • Giants one loss from elimination in NFC East

        The Eagles won Sunday, putting the Giants within a loss of being eliminated from the NFC East title race. Big Blue could still qualify for the playoffs with a loss, though it would be unlikely. If the Giants fail to make the playoffs, it would be the third straight season they've missed the postseason. More »

      • Decker: Broncos' success is 'hard to watch'

        Jets wide receiver Eric Decker spent four seasons with the Broncos before signing a five-year contract with the Jets this past summer. Now, with Gang Green struggling this season, Decker admits it is tough to watch Denver's offense succeed so much without him still there. More »

      • Islanders make statement with wins over Pens

        The Islanders continued their strong start to the NHL season this past week, including winning both sides of a home-and-away matchup with the Penguins. With Saturday night's victory over the Pens, the Isles moved into a tie for first place in the Metropolitan Division with Pittsburgh. More »

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