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In previous seasons, the Ward Melville girls basketball team might have crumbled.
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.
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.
Jarrell White had been waiting for this.
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...
Sue Bird knows she is living in a unique time.
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.
East Islip's Julianna Spina wasn't comfortable bowling on her hometown lanes. Something didn't feel right.
The Rangers locker room after Thursday's loss to the Islanders at the Garden was an uncomfortable place to be.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Britton's back in the Bronx.
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.