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Matthew Payamps will continue his running odyssey in the nation's capital. Payamps, a senior cross country and track standout at St. Anthony's, committed to Georgetown University in November and is excited about the prospect of increasing his competitive stature.

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Knicks cautious with improving Kristaps Porzingis, but hope he still will draw a star free agent

When the Knicks travel to London for a four-night visit -- crossing the Atlantic Ocean to face the Washington Wizards, a team normally an Amtrak ride away -- they will almost certainly leave their biggest European draw, Kristaps Porzingis, back home.

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Nets get creative with Twitter video promoting Joe Harris for three-point contest

TORONTO -- Nets marksman Joe Harris, who ranks second in the NBA in three-point percentage, is proving he can shoot lights out and with the klieg lights on. Harris recently made a corner three for an NBA Productions video while wearing a blindfold, and then he filmed a hilarious promotional video...

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Knicks' Enes Kanter out with flu-like symptoms

Enes Kanter was out Friday, fighting what the team described as flu-like symptoms, and Knicks coach David Fizdale believed his absence was not a result of Kanter's self-proclaimed cheat day on Wednesday.

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Mets avoid arbitration with everyone; Jacob deGrom to get $17M in 2019

The Mets avoided arbitration with all eligible players -- including a record-breaking deal for National League Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom -- and came to terms with the majority of their starting pitching staff in the process, a baseball source said.

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East Islip's Julianna Spina wasn't comfortable bowling on her hometown lanes. Something didn't feel right.

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Joe Namath said he's a fan of Adam Gase and he believes he will turn around the Jets.

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The Rangers locker room after Thursday's loss to the Islanders at the Garden was an uncomfortable place to be.

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The most obvious benefit of the Islanders' run of 10 wins in their last 12 games is, of course, accumulating precious points for the playoff push.

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The Yankees signed three-time Gold Glove second baseman D.J. LeMahieu to a two-year contract on Friday, a source confirmed, potentially complicating whatever pursuit they had for one of this offseason's more coveted free agents, Manny Machado.

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Adam Gase's first move as Jets coach could be a big one. NFL Network reported that Gase is "on the verge" of hiring Gregg Williams to be his defensive coordinator.

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It's early, but the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler than last winter's unusually brutal one, U.S. health officials said.

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The Yankees got an early start to Friday's arbitration deadline, locking up Greg Bird and Austin Romine to one-year deals on Thursday night and Friday morning, respectively.

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The Islanders beat the Rangers, 4-3, on Thursday at Madison Square Garden.

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