Improved MUdiay key for knicks
Nov27

Improved MUdiay key for knicks

When Emmanuel Mudiay cut down the right side of the lane, closing in on the rim on a fast break late in Sunday night’s game, and took a pass from Trey Burke, he spotted the Grizzlies’ Garrett Temple moving in front of him. With the game still in the balance and a decision to be made, Mudiay chose confidence. He went right at Temple and over him, slamming in a dunk unlike anything he’d shown in his time with the Knicks, drawing a foul...

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TE’sinjury was a fluke
Nov27

TE’sinjury was a fluke

Evan Engram’s difficult season became even tougher when he pulled a hamstring during pregame warm-ups Sunday in Philadelphia. “Same routine, same everything,” the second-year tight end said. “Ran a seam [route] and it just grabbed. Something that had never happened to me before. Just more adversity, I guess.” Because the injury took place after the Giants had declared their inactive players 90 minutes before kickoff, Engram was active...

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Fixing a tarnished legacy
Nov27

Fixing a tarnished legacy

The first act of Jon Jones’ MMA career was brilliant. Act II was a mess. So, when he makes his return to the octagon at UFC 232 on Dec. 29 in Las Vegas, the former UFC light heavyweight champion is aiming to start his third act with another gold belt wrapped around his waist. “I know that I can take time off and come back and perform,” Jones, who will face Alexander Gustafsson for the light heavyweight crown he won in March 2011...

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Robinson Cano MLB trade rumors: Mets, Yankees latest
Nov27

Robinson Cano MLB trade rumors: Mets, Yankees latest

As the Seattle Mariners continue their offseason of change under general manager Jerry Dipoto, the possible end of Robinson Cano’s tenure in the Pacific Northwest has seemingly begun. The eight-time All-Star has suddenly become a burden on the Mariners’ books.At age 36, Cano is coming off a 2018 season in which he missed 80 games for violating Major League Baseball’s drug policy, though he still batted .303 with 10...

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Surprising Islanders, Rangers start season series tonight
Nov15

Surprising Islanders, Rangers start season series tonight

One of hockey’s greatest rivalries resumes Thursday night (7 p.m. ET) in Brooklyn as the New York Rangers visit the New York Islanders at the Barclays Center.  The first meeting of the 2018-19 season between the two clubs comes under some surprising circumstances as both teams have remained competitive in the Metropolitan Division over the first six weeks of the season.  As of Wednesday night, both teams were tied for second in the...

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