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DETROIT -- The Nets were missing three injured starters, turning the ball over like it was a hot potato and couldn't buy a shot from three-point range. Yet, they battled back from a 13-point third-quarter deficit to grab a one-point lead with 3:50 left in the regular season opener Wednesday night at...

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atrick Ewing was the center, Mark Jackson was at the point, the Knicks City dancers were new and edgy and Pat Riley was young and the epitome of cool.

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WASHINGTON -- Losing hurts, of course, and it should. And the Rangers weren't thinking about moral victories in the moments after their 4-3 overtime loss to the defending Stanley Cup champion Capitals Wednesday night.

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The Knicks knew that this season, with the promise of a patient rebuild, would have its growing pains. But amid the hoopla of opening night, they didn't want it to be right from the opening tip.

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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Casey Cizikas' return to the Islanders' lineup on Wednesday against the Anaheim Ducks may just have earned him a new nickname.

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Occasionally, Sydney Moore will pull off a move or a play on a soccer field that even surprises her.

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Scoring is up, and so are television ratings. There is almost no controversy over players kneeling for the national anthem - only three have been doing that - and the adjustment period for new officiating points of emphasis seems to be over.

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Knicks president Steve Mills appeared on ESPN radio Wednesday and addressed the decision not to come to an agreement on a contract extension for Kristaps Porzingis. He insisted that the Knicks star is on board with the decision.

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David Fizdale wanted to make this game out to be like any other one, an opponent on the schedule with a goal of competing and winning. But this game, opening night of his tenure at Knicks head coach, could not just be another night.

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WASHINGTON - Pavel Buchnevich's stint in the doghouse lasted just one game, as the 23-year-old Russian winger was back in the lineup Wednesday.

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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Adam Henrique spotted Lou Lamoriello walking purposefully through the Honda Center concourse and strode off to catch up to the "big guy" who drafted him into the NHL with the Devils.

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Sam Darnold plans to make all of his tackles with his left arm from now on, but he hopes he won't have to make many.

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Giants co-owner John Mara plans to sit down with Odell Beckham Jr.

Giants president and co-owner John Mara said he plans to meet with wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. in the near future to discuss his recent behavior that has drawn Mara's ire. Mara also said the Giants remain committed to Beckham for the long term.

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FRISCO, Texas -- If there have been any problems about Crystal Dunn adjusting to life as a fulltime left back with the U.S. women's national team, there have been very few signs of it.

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Jeremy Lin's season lasted 43 minutes and seven seconds last year. Less than an hour, and Lin, who had gone up for a layup, came down hard on the floor. He grabbed his right knee, his mouth gaped in shock, and he shook his head as if he couldn't believe it. Then he started to cry.

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