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    • Manning keeping 'natural' Beckham focused

      Giants quarterback Eli Manning knows what it's like to have success in New York. As rookie Odell Beckham Jr.'s breakout second half continues, Manning isn't letting the young star get lackadaisical. "He's handled it all very well," Manning said. "We'll stay on him, make sure he stays in check." More »

    • Chandler ready to return as Mavs visit Garden

      The Mavericks will take on the Knicks on Tuesday night. Besides a 17-8 record, the Mavs boast former Knicks center Tyson Chandler, who tore up his ex-club in the Mavs' OT win over the Knicks last month in Dallas. GEICO SportsNite discussed Chandler's return on Monday. More »

    • Islanders rally to top Devils in shootout

      The Devils built a two-goal lead in their Nassau Coliseum swan song Monday night. But, the Islanders' skill and shootout prowess kept New Jersey reeling. Matt Martin and Ryan Strome each scored goals, and Josh Bailey potted the game-deciding goal in the Isles' 3-2 shootout win. More »

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      • Kinkaid gets start against Islanders

        Devils backup goalie Keith Kinkaid will make his first start at Nassau Coliseum on Monday night against the Islanders. Kinkaid, 25, grew up in Farmingville and has been going to Islanders games since he was a child. The Long Island native is 0-1-1 in four games this season. More »

      • Red Storm rises to No. 20 in latest rankings

        St. John's moved up four spots to No. 20 in the latest AP top 25 poll. The Red Storm went 2-0 last week with blowout wins against Fairleigh Dickinson and Fordham. Senior guard D'Angelo Harrison was named Big East Player of the Week for the second straight week. More »

      • Mets make Mayberry signing official

        The Mets signed John Mayberry Jr. to a one-year contract, the team announced on Monday. Mayberry provides the Mets with outfield depth and a right-handed bat off the bench. To clear roster space for Mayberry, New York has designated reliever Gonzalez Germen for assignment. More »

      • Nets, Hornets discussed Stephenson deal

        The Nets and Hornets had preliminary talks about Lance Stephenson, according to a report. Stephenson, a Brooklyn native, signed a three-year deal worth $27 million over the summer. Charlotte is open to taking back one of Brooklyn's larger contracts in a deal. More »

      • Report: Coughlin certain to return next season

        There's a 99-percent chance Tom Coughlin will be back next season with the Giants, according to a source familiar with the team's thinking. Co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch both declined to comment. The Giants likely won't announce anything until after the season. More »

      • Yankees to sign Headley to four-year contract

        Chase Headley and the Yankees have reportedly agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth $52 million. Headley was traded to New York last July, and he hit .262/.371/.398 in 58 games for the Yankees. Headley was initially seeking a five-year contract, according to a report. More »

      • Mariners' Miller no longer an option for Mets

        The Mets have long been rumored to have interest in Mariners shortstop Brad Miller, but Seattle reportedly isn't looking to part ways with Miller. A Mariners team official wouldn't rule out a trade, although "it's a lot less likely than some people seem to think," he said. More »

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