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    • Second-ranked Huskies rout Depaul in return to Nutmeg State

      After playing on the road for nearly a month, the UConn women's basketball team made itself feel at home in Connecticut. Breanna Stewart scored 25 points, adding eight rebounds and four assists as the Huskies claimed a 98-64 win over conference rival Depaul on Friday in Bridgeport. More »

    • Nets lose Williams to injury, game to Cavs

      The Nets were flying high after a 33-point first quarter Friday against the Cavaliers. Yet, in the subsequent three frames, they lost both another game and their superstar point guard. Deron Williams exited with a calf injury, and Brooklyn fell to Cleveland, 95-91, on Friday night. More »

    • Isles win third straight, 2-1, over Wings

      The Islanders' cold streak on the road is officially over. Anders Lee and Brock Nelson each scored goals, and Jaroslav Halak stopped 17 shots in the Islanders' 2-1 win over the Red Wings. The win snapped the Isles' two-game road losing skid and enhanced their win streak to three. More »

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      • Kinkaid gets first win in shootout over TB

        The Devils had lost five straight, blowing two-goal leads in of those games. They blew another multi-goal advantage but managed to eke out a win. Patrik Elias scored once in regulation then potted the game-deciding goal in New Jersey's 3-2 shootout win over the Lightning. More »

      • Yankees deal Prado for Marlins' Eovaldi

        The Yankees and Marlins have completed a five-player trade that will send Martin Prado and David Phelps to Miami in exchange for 24-year-old righty Nathan Eovaldi and two others. In 33 starts for the Marlins last year, Eovaldi posted a 4.37 ERA with 142 strikeouts and 43 walks. More »

      • Mets don't bid on shortstop Kang

        The Mets did not place a bid on Korean shortstop Jeong-ho Kang, according to reports. GM Sandy Alderson indicated Tuesday that the club was unlikely to bid on the 27-year-old infielder due to concerns about his defense. The team with the winning bid for Kang will be announced Monday. More »

      • Mornhinweg's offense grounded with Jets

        Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg arrived with a reputation for leading high-flying, pass-oriented offenses. That hasn't been the case during his two years with Gang Green, though. With no reliable quarterback, the Jets have been forced to stick with a run-first approach. More »

      • Giants prepping for tough Rams defense

        After two straight wins, the Giants are preparing for a different sort of test against a Rams defense that hasn't allowed a touchdown in three games. The Giants offense will be without injured running back Rashad Jennings, putting pressure on a passing attack that's played well recently. More »

      • Reports: Mets step up offer for Tulowitzki

        According to reports, the Mets have discussed sending top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard as part of a package for Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. The career .299/.373/.517 hitter is owed $118 million through 2020. He has averaged 88 games per season since 2012. More »

      • Islanders to get boost on the blue line

        The Islanders will welcome back defensemen Johnny Boychuk and Travis Hamonic to an injury-shortened blue line Friday night against the Red Wings. Boychuk has been out for all of December with an upper-body injury, and Hamonic has missed seven games with an injured shoulder. More »

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