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Nets handled by Bucks to even series after Kyrie Irving injury
The Nets' hold on this series with the Bucks may be seriously slipping away.
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Nets get Jeff Green back for pivotal Game 4 against Bucks
Nets big man Jeff Green was cleared to return for Sunday’s Eastern Conference semifinal Game 4.
Royals vs. A’s prediction: Runs will be at a premium
The Royals and A's will score less than nine runs on Sunday.
French Open officials defend handling of Naomi Osaka threat
French Open officials believe they handled the Naomi Osaka situation properly.
Christian Eriksen ‘was gone’ before resuscitation from cardiac arrest: team doc
Christian Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest when he collapsed during Denmark’s European Championship match on Saturday, team doctor Morten Boesen said, adding that before the 29-year-old was resuscitated, “he was gone.” “We got him back after one defib. That’s quite fast,” Boesen said Sunday. Eriksen, who received CPR from Boesen on the field, is in stable...
Nets will win win Game 4 — if they’re a great team
Are the Nets a great team? Well, a great team would beat the Bucks in Game 4 and not let them think they have a shot to win this series.
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Ex-NFL player Kevin Ware to be questioned about missing girlfriend: report
Ex-NFL player Kevin Ware is expected to be questioned about his girlfriend's suspicious disappearance after being arrested for violating a court order in Texas.
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Yankees’ furious comeback falls short in 10-inning loss to Phillies
The Yankees rallied from a three-run deficit to tie it in the ninth on DJ LeMahieu's three-run homer, but it wasn't enough.
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Yankees’ Luis Severino exits rehab start with new injury worry
Luis Severino had to be helped off the field in the second inning of his rehab start on Saturday with an apparent foot injury.
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‘A freaking steal’: Azeez Ojulari ready to wreak havoc for Giants
Ojulari’s 2020 season at Georgia thrust him into first-round consideration.
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Lightning’s controversial Nikita Kucherov move draws more ire before Islanders series
The Islanders are about to take on a Lightning team that has a 20-man lineup nearly $8 million over the cap — at $89,329,116 — in the Stanley Cup semifinals.
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Islanders finally giving this generation taste of past euphoria
For those of us of a certain age, watching the Islanders renaissance has been a splendid reminder of what we had — what, sadly, we took for granted — all those many years ago. Long Islanders are parochial and proud of it. Billy Joel is one of us, always. Jerry Seinfeld? One of us. Billy...
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Indians vs. Mariners line, prediction: Take the Under
Mariners and Indians will combine for fewer than 10 runs in their Saturday showdown.
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Nothing is holding Carl Lawson back with Jets
Carl Lawson, the former Bengals defensive end who signed with the Jets this offseason, tackles some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby.
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Packers president tosses gasoline on Aaron Rodgers fire
The Aaron Rodgers-Packers saga has no end in sight, and Green Bay president Mark Murphy tossing gasoline onto the fire probably won't help.
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US Open triumph would change everything for Phil Mickelson
The PGA Championship result from last month would suggest that, yes, Phil Mickelson can win the U.S. Open this week at Torrey Pines in San Diego.
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Stud recruiting classes will pay off for these college football teams
Championships are often won off the field. Recruiting is one of the most important factors in building a college football program. Being versed in the recruiting game shouldn’t be considered essential only for coaches, however, those betting should have a good handle on it as well. There are naturally teams that surprise each season, both...
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