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James Harden brilliant in return as Nets rout Spurs
After five weeks away, James Harden finally returned to the court and made his comeback a victorious one.
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Knicks are going back to the NBA playoffs
Thank you, Boston Celtics. The Knicks’ eight-year playoff drought ended Wednesday night without taking the court. It’s over courtesy of their longtime rival Celtics, who lost in Cleveland, 102-94. That brought the Knick’ magic number to clinch a top-6 finish in the Eastern Conference to zero, taking away the sting of their Lakers’ crushing loss...
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Bobby Valentine putting baseball lessons to work in run for mayor
Bobby Valentine’s willingness to think outside the box, his open-mindedness, his progressiveness, are all attributes that could come in handy for a mayor.
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10 must-see games on the NFL 2021 schedule
These are The Post’s 10 most anticipated games of the upcoming NFL season.
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New NFL schedule brings MetLife Stadium closer to full life once again
The old friend’s name is MetLife Stadium, and everyone longs to see her again.
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Packers sign Blake Bortles as potential Aaron Rodgers backup plan
The Green Bay Packers are set to sign veteran quarterback Blake Bortles, ESPN and NFL Network reported Wednesday. Bortles was in Green Bay on Wednesday to sign the contract, a one-year deal, per ESPN. With the team’s Aaron Rodgers situation, the addition of Bortles ensures the Packers will have at least two quarterbacks participating in...
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Mets fans’ salute to Matt Harvey deserves round of applause
Bravo to the 8,035 fans who came to Citi Field Wednesday afternoon, who stood and cheered when Matt Harvey took the mound against the Mets.
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Pop Warner condemns and investigates viral violent youth football collision
The youth football organization Pop Warner is investigating a video that went viral on social media this week showing a helmet-to-helmet collision during a practice drill that left one youngster laid out on the turf.
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Gerard Gallant favorite to become Rangers coach with Tortorella unlikely
Drury is seeking a coach with experience and backdrop of NHL success to take the baton from Quinn and take command of the program.
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Giants’ full schedule for 2021 NFL season
The Giants open and close their 2021 season at home, play three primetime games and get a bye week near midseason in Joe Judge’s second year as head coach.
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Matt Harvey ‘holding back tears’ after Mets fans show love
Finally, 1,105 days later, Harvey pitched in Queens for the first time since it all ended and found himself holding back tears as he was welcomed back with multiple standing ovations.
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Tom Brady will have his Patriots revenge game early in 2021 NFL season
Tom Brady’s 143rd career regular-season game in Foxborough, Mass. won’t be like any of the others.
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Mark Cuban throws Kristaps Porzingis into ‘dust-ups’ controversy with Luka Doncic
After Cuban, the Mavericks owner, said his team’s two biggest stars have had some “dust-ups” off the court, Porzingis refuted the report.
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Chelsea Green wants to model for Playboy after WWE release
Following her release from the WWE last month, Chelsea Green said she's vying for a modeling gig with Playboy.
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Jets’ full schedule for 2021 NFL season
Following a 2-14 season in 2020, Gang Green only has one game in primetime in the upcoming season.
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Knicks suddenly on shakier ground after Lakers heartbreaker
The road to avoiding the play-in tournament suddenly doesn’t look as breezy.
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WNBA star Liz Cambage says ex-NBAer Andrew Bogut ‘obsessed’ with her as feud explodes
An ugly war of words has broken out between WNBA star Liz Cambage and former NBA center and Australian basketball alum Andrew Bogut.
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Details around Colt Brennan’s death emerge: Too much time ‘on dark side of life’
Colt Brennan, the former Hawaii quarterback who died Tuesday, was released from a California detox facility at its capacity without his family’s knowledge, his father told The Associated Press. “They released him out on the street and either he made a call or he got Uber or something,” Terry Brennan said. “And now this is...
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Matt Harvey gets standing ovation from Mets fans in Citi Field return
The man formerly known as the Dark Knight last pitched at Citi Field on May 3, 2018, in a relief appearance against the Braves.
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Rangers coaching candidates: Seven big-name options to replace David Quinn
Here are the leading candidates right out of the gate.
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Anthony Davis, LeBron James trolled Spike Lee after Lakers beat Knicks
Davis relished in the moment when he had a post-game stare-down with Lee.
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Michael Jordan ‘just can’t delete’ Kobe Bryant’s last text
That last text remains on Jordan's phone. It might always be there.
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Justin Jefferson on Kirk Cousins: Joe Burrow has more ‘swagger’
Justin Jefferson tried to say something nice about his former college quarterback – and ended up burying his current one in the process. On Tuesday’s episode of “The Herd” with Colin Cowherd, the Vikings star was asked to compare Joe Burrow, the man who threw him passes at LSU, to Kirk Cousins, the man currently...
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Here is the New York Giants’ 2021 home schedule
Old NFC East rivalries head to the back of the line. The Giants’ eight-game home schedule in 2021 includes five games before any of the three teams inside their division visit MetLife Stadium, league sources told The Post. And there are no Monday or Thursday primetime home games included this year. The Eagles are up...
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NFL schedule release: Every matchup from Week 1 of the 2021 season
Although the full schedule for the season will be released on Wednesday night at 8 PM ET, the matchups for Week 1 are out.
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Patrick Mazeika quickly becoming Mets’ lucky charm
Do the Mets have themselves a lucky charm? Or is Patrick Mazeika’s true sorcery the simple ability to make contact in an era of three true outcomes? Either way, this has proven one hell of a homestand for the Mets’ rookie. The third-string catcher delivered his second walk-off fielder’s choice in five days, his ninth-inning,...
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Luke Voit hit in hand in first game back with Yankees but ‘feeling good’
Luke Voit said his knee felt “really good” and added his hand was OK and just swollen.
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Broken nose doesn’t stop Nets’ Bruce Brown: ‘He’s just a winner’
A broken nose wasn’t going to break Bruce Brown. Brooklyn’s gritty defensive-minded guard had his nose broken in practice on Monday, yet not only played Tuesday but had 15 points and 10 rebounds to help lift the Nets to a 115-107 win in Chicago. “He’s just a winner,” coach Steve Nash said. “He plays so...
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Knicks lose OT crusher to Lakers as playoff clinch will have to wait
LOS ANGELES — The Knicks’ playoff-clinching celebration will have to wait. In a Hollywood heartbreaker, the Knicks blew a 10-point fourth-quarter lead and the defending-champion Lakers showed their mettle by surviving a 101-99 overtime battle at Staples Center on Tuesday night. The Knicks had the game and the playoffs in the bag but couldn’t hold...
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Aaron Hicks sits out for Yankees after painful shin bruise
Aaron Hicks was scratched before the Yankees' 3-1 win over the Rays on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field with a right shin bruise suffered in Sunday’s game.
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