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    • Tavares scores four goals as Team Toews takes down Team Foligno

      The Islanders' John Tavares tied an NHL All-Star Game record with four goals to help lead Team Toews past Team Foligno, 17-12, on Sunday. Tavares joins Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Vincent Damphousse, Mike Gartner and Dany Heatley as a four-goal scorer. More »

    • UConn wins behind Boatright's big day

      With UConn up 41-37 over South Florida with just over nine minutes to play, Ryan Boatright took over. The senior guard scored the Huskies' next 13 points to extend the lead to 11 and totaled 19 of his team's final 25 on his way to a career-high 28 points in a 66-53 win over the Bulls. More »

    • Anthony impressed by Duke center Okafor

      Duke paid a visit to Madison Square Garden to face St. John's on Sunday, and the lottery-bound Knicks were paying attention. Phil Jackson, Steve Mills and Carmelo Anthony were in attendance, with Anthony saying that potential No. 1 pick Okafor has "a great feel for the game and a great touch." More »

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      • Johnson playing with knee and ankle tendinitis

        Nets guard Joe Johnson has been struggling lately, and there may be a good explanation. Johnson admitted to reporters after Saturday's loss that he's been dealing with tendinitis in his right knee and left ankle. Johnson is averaging just 10 points per game in his last six contests. More »

      • Hogan to be Jets' director of college scouting

        Mike Maccagnan is starting to put his stamp on the Jets' scouting department. After firing Terry Bradway and Jeff Bauer, the Jets' new GM is planning to hire Rex Hogan as director of college scouting, replacing Bauer. Hogan has been a national scout for the Bears since 2012. More »

      • Vigneault happy with Hayes' development

        Rangers rookie winger Kevin Hayes has 16 points in 41 games this season and head coach Alain Vigneault is pleased with his improvement, saying Hayes is "just touching a little of his potential." Vigneault also added he'd be comfortable using Hayes at center in the playoffs. More »

      • Fisher surprised at issues motivating Knicks

        When Derek Fisher came into the NBA in 1996, players had to be "self-driven and self-motivated" to see the court. Now Fisher has to work hard to motivate and inspire his players, saying, "As coach, you still have to find ways to push buttons and get guys excited about playing the game." More »

      • Yankees rejected apology offer from Rodriguez

        On the heels of his meeting with new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, Alex Rodriguez wanted to offer an apology to the Yankees as well. Unlike Manfred, however, the Yankees had no interest in A-Rod's remorse, saying a meeting would not occur until the team opens camp in February. More »

      • Alderson jokes about not acquiring shortstop

        Mets fans may not be laughing about the team's shortstop situation, but Sandy Alderson was Saturday. Before introducing Cal Ripken Jr. at an awards dinner, the Mets GM said, "It's a big night for me and for Mets fans, who have been waiting all winter for me to introduce a shortstop." More »

      • Cardozo rallies past Wings Academy for title

        Cardozo overcame a nine-point deficit in the final minutes of the SNY Invitational final Saturday night, rallying past Wings Academy, 50-47, to win the tournament's championship. Cardinal Hayes claimed the consolation game earlier in the day, slipping past Long Island Lutheran. More »

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