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    • Lagares deserves to win NL Gold Glove award

      Along with the Reds' Billy Hamilton and the Nationals' Denard Span, Mets center fielder Juan Lagares was recently named a finalist for the Rawlings Gold Glove. League executives believe Lagares will win the Award, which would make him the third Mets outfielder to win a Gold Glove. More »

    • Three-goal second period dooms Isles at home

      Islanders center Brock Nelson netted the first goal of the game, but the Isles allowed three straight scores in the second period of a 4-3 loss to the Jets on Tuesday night. New York battled back to even the score before Winnipeg's Andrew Ladd drove home the game-winner in the third. More »

    • Schneider, Devils pummeled by Penguins

      Netminder Cory Schneider allowed five goals and was pulled after two periods as the Penguins dominated the Devils, 8-3, on Tuesday. Dainius Zubrus, Jacob Josefson and Tuomo Ruutu provided the scoring for New Jersey. The Devils return home Thursday night to play the Jets. More »

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      • Lopez doubtful for Nets' opener in Boston

        Brook Lopez's sprained right foot could force him to miss the Nets' season opener on Wednesday, the team has announced. Lopez is listed as doubtful after being limited in practice since suffering the injury. Mason Plumlee could be inserted into the starting lineup in Lopez's place. More »

      • Knicks exercise Hardaway's third-year option

        The Knicks have exercised the third-year option on guard Tim Hardaway Jr.'s contract, the team announced on Tuesday. Hardaway was New York's first-round pick in 2013 and had an impressive rookie campaign, averaging 10.2 points over 23.2 minutes per game last season. More »

      • Calderon expected to play in season opener

        The Knicks expect Jose Calderon to play in Wednesday's opener against the Bulls. Calderon has missed two preseason games with a calf injury but should be set to go after practicing Tuesday. The 33-year-old averaged 11.4 points and 4.7 assists per game for Dallas last season. More »

      • Rangers' Moore to have in-person hearing

        Rangers defenseman John Moore will have an in-person hearing for a hit to the head of Wild forward Erik Haula. An in-person hearing enables the NHL to suspend Moore for six or more games. The 23-year-old was suspended for two games for an illegal hit during last year's playoffs. More »

      • Smith still believes he can lead an NFL team

        Geno Smith's second year with the Jets hasn't gone as planned, but the quarterback still believes he can successfully lead an NFL team. The 24-year-old was benched after throwing three interceptions in the first quarter Sunday and has now thrown 31 picks in 24 career NFL.games. More »

      • Nets looking to defy expectations this season

        Few observers believe Brooklyn can contend in the NBA this season, but the Nets will be looking to defy those expectations when their campaign begins Wednesday in Boston. Avoiding the slow start that plagued them in 2013-14 will be critical for the Nets' postseason aspirations. More »

      • Can Knicks succeed without Smith at his best?

        The Knicks' ability to adjust to the triangle offense will be one of the biggest keys to their success in the upcoming season. If J.R. Smith's preseason struggles within the new offense continue into the regular season, however, can the Knicks still succeed without Smith consistently contributing? More »

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