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Saric, Covington Carry Undermanned 76ers In Win Over BrooklynBrook Lopez led the Nets with 26 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Jeremy Lin and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson each chipped in 11 points in the loss to Philadelphia.
Winnipeg Rallies From Two-Goal Deficit To Beat Devils In Overtime ShootoutBeau Bennett, Taylor Hall, Stefan Noesen scored for New Jersey, which has lost four straight and won only twice (2-12-4) in 18 games.
Grant Hill On Final Four: 'Any One Of These Teams Capable Of Winning'Sean McManus, David Levy, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery discuss the tournament to date and look ahead to Final Four weekend.
NFL Owners Revamp Video Replay For OfficiatingOne day after approving the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas, NFL owners got busy passing several rules changes and adopting resolutions they believe will speed the game and enhance player safety.
Girardi On WFAN: Battle For Last 2 Spots In Yankees' Rotation Is Down To 4 CandidatesThe final two spots in the Yankees' rotation are a near dead heat between four pitchers, manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday.
Francesa: Todd Bowles' Lax Attitude Toward Player Punctuality AlarmingTodd Bowles said Tuesday he wasn't overly concerned about players showing up late to practices or meetings, remarks that got Mike Francesa all worked up.
Jets Sign Former Colts O-Lineman Jonotthan HarrisonThe Jets added a versatile piece to their offensive line Tuesday, signing free agent Jonotthan Harrison.
Francesa: NFL Sold Its Soul By OK'ing Raiders' Las Vegas MoveMike Francesa blasted the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, a day after league owners approved the Raiders' move to Las Vegas.
Noah, Suspended 20 Games For Taking Banned Substance, Says He's SorryJoakim Noah apologized Tuesday for violating the NBA's drug policy.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast: March 28, 2017Well, it was certainly an interesting show on Tuesday, as Boomer and Craig discussed, among other topics, the Raiders moving to Las Vegas and the Mets appearing to be ready for the season
Boomer & Carton: John Franco Talks About The Mets, Brings Hot DogsWith spring training wrapping up, Boomer and Craig welcomed John Franco to the comfy confines of the Allstate Studio on Tuesday to talk about the outlook for the Mets in 2017.
Boomer & Carton: Craig Is Comfortable With The Man That He Has BecomeIt was an odd edition of the Morning Extravaganza on Tuesday morning for a variety of reasons, none more glaring than Craig's obvious lack of sleep.
Boomer & Carton: This Is What It Sounds Like When Jerry Has Had EnoughJerry Recco delivered his latest informative and entertaining update Tuesday morning, which was terrific. But the segment will surely be remembered for the moment when the "maven" lost his cool and sounded off a bit.

Best Of Mike Francesa

Girardi On WFAN: Battle For Last 2 Spots In Yankees' Rotation Is Down To 4 CandidatesThe final two spots in the Yankees' rotation are a near dead heat between four pitchers, manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday.
Francesa: Todd Bowles' Lax Attitude Toward Player Punctuality AlarmingTodd Bowles said Tuesday he wasn't overly concerned about players showing up late to practices or meetings, remarks that got Mike Francesa all worked up.
Francesa: NFL Sold Its Soul By OK'ing Raiders' Las Vegas MoveMike Francesa blasted the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, a day after league owners approved the Raiders' move to Las Vegas.
Doug Gottlieb On WFAN: I'd Leave Broadcasting For Right Coaching OpportunityBasketball analyst and radio host Doug Gottlieb sounds like a man who wants to give coaching a try.

Giants

Report: Giants Interested In Former Jets Center MangoldThe Giants might not be done adding ex-Jets to their roster.
Keidel: Giants Really Don't Feel Like The Fresh Start Geno NeedsEugene Cyril "Geno" Smith III has a new employer. And a new home. The good news is, he didn't need to move to a new state, new city, or even a new building.
Palladino: Yawn ... McCown And Smith Bring No Juice To Jets, GiantsIt’s not often that two teams in the same city sign two veteran quarterbacks whose sum amounts to one big shoulder shrug.
11 Journeyman Athletes Who Have Played In New York Or New JerseyThe Giants have re-signed quarterback Josh Johnson (seven teams) and added wide receiver Brandon Marshall (joining his fifth team) while the Jets have signed quarterback Josh McCown (eight teams now).

Jets

Francesa: Todd Bowles' Lax Attitude Toward Player Punctuality AlarmingTodd Bowles said Tuesday he wasn't overly concerned about players showing up late to practices or meetings, remarks that got Mike Francesa all worked up.
Jets Sign Former Colts O-Lineman Jonotthan HarrisonThe Jets added a versatile piece to their offensive line Tuesday, signing free agent Jonotthan Harrison.
Bowles: Jets Will Have Open Competition At QuarterbackSpeaking at the NFL meetings on Tuesday, coach Todd Bowles refused to anoint McCown as the starter, saying there will be an open competition for the job.
Report: Giants Interested In Former Jets Center MangoldThe Giants might not be done adding ex-Jets to their roster.

Yankees

Girardi On WFAN: Battle For Last 2 Spots In Yankees' Rotation Is Down To 4 CandidatesThe final two spots in the Yankees' rotation are a near dead heat between four pitchers, manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday.
Keidel: Yankees Need Good Luck To Contend; Mets Need Bad Luck Not ToWe know the Yankees have a decent lineup, if healthy, and a nuclear bullpen that will shut an iron door down after the seventh inning. They just don't have nearly enough starting arms to get them the ball.
Palladino: Dallas Green’s No-Nonsense Ways Carried Him Through LifeDallas Green always had a billowing voice. But on one summer’s day in 1994, he needed not a single word to describe the emotions he felt as Cindy Lauper sang the National Anthem at Shea Stadium.
Yankees Notebook: Rotation Decisions Loom, Right Field Battle RagesThe Yankees started spring training looking to fill two spots in the rotation, and it's still not clear what they'll end up doing.
Girardi: Battle For Yankees' 4-5 Spots In Rotation Still 'Wide Open'We know who the top three pitchers are in the Yankees' rotation, but how the other two spots will be filled remains a mystery. And the plot has thickened a bit this week.

Mets

Keidel: Yankees Need Good Luck To Contend; Mets Need Bad Luck Not ToWe know the Yankees have a decent lineup, if healthy, and a nuclear bullpen that will shut an iron door down after the seventh inning. They just don't have nearly enough starting arms to get them the ball.
With Stellar Outing Monday, Wheeler Gives Mets Plenty To Think AboutIt's pretty clear Zack Wheeler is sick and tired of hearing that he's not ready to resume his duties in the Mets' rotation.
Hoping For Healthy Arms, Mets' Focus On Third Straight Playoff BerthInjuries hit the New York Mets where it hurt last season, and they're becoming a pain again.
Reports: Mets' Familia Meets With MLB Commissioner Rob ManfredCriminal charges against Familia have been dropped, but the right-hander still faces a likely suspension by Major League Baseball.
Mets Cleanup Hitter Cespedes Clears It Up: He Wants The RingNew York Mets cleanup hitter Yoenis Cespedes was glad to come clean: He wants the ring.

Knicks

Noah, Suspended 20 Games For Taking Banned Substance, Says He's SorryJoakim Noah apologized Tuesday for violating the NBA's drug policy.
Knicks Snap Five-Game Losing Streak With Win Over DetroitNew York shot 53.6 percent from the field and had 26 assists in one of their better offensive games of the season.
NBA Suspends Joakim Noah For Violating Anti-Drug PolicyThe league announced the 20 game suspension Saturday, saying Noah tested positive for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator LGD-4033 -- something that can be found in over-the-counter supplements.

Nets

Saric, Covington Carry Undermanned 76ers In Win Over BrooklynBrook Lopez led the Nets with 26 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Jeremy Lin and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson each chipped in 11 points in the loss to Philadelphia.
Lin, Lopez Combine For 42 Points To Lift Nets Over Short-Handed HawksLopez had 23 points and seven rounds and Lin scored 19 points, his most since getting a season-high 24 on March 14. Lin added eight assists, two steals and four rebounds for the Nets.
Wizards Soar Past Nets, Snapping Hot StreakJohn Wall scored 22 points and Bradley Beal had 19 as the Washington Wizards concluded a four-game season sweep of the Brooklyn Nets with a 129-108 win Friday night.

Devils

Winnipeg Rallies From Two-Goal Deficit To Beat Devils In Overtime ShootoutBeau Bennett, Taylor Hall, Stefan Noesen scored for New Jersey, which has lost four straight and won only twice (2-12-4) in 18 games.
Schwei's Devils Notes: No Playoffs Once Again As N.J. Limps HomeAfter winning just one of their previous four games, the New Jersey Devils have been officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Lichtenstein: Devils' Showcasing Goalie Kinkaid Is A Good Thing For AllAs the Devils celebrated their glorious past this past weekend, the present administrators were busy continuing their evaluations in an attempt to provide for a brighter future.

Rangers

Hartnett: Lundqvist Was Nowhere Near As Bad Sunday As Score SuggestsIt was inevitable that the rust would show when Henrik Lundqvist returned to action on Sunday after missing eight games due to a strained hip muscle.
Anaheim Spoils Lundqvist's Return To The Ice With Big Win Over RangersLundqvist made 28 saves in his first start since suffering a hip injury on March 7, and Brady Skjei, Derek Stepan and Rick Nash each scored for the Rangers. New York could have clinched a playoff spot with a win.
Hartnett: Nash Appears Poised To Help Rangers Fight To The EndThere are undoubtedly some things the Rangers have to fix during the final eight games before the playoffs. Rick Nash doesn't appear to be one of them.

Islanders

Islanders Miss Chance To Tie Boston For Final Wild-Card Spot With Loss To PredatorsGoalie Thomas Greiss made 28 saves for the Islanders, who have lost all five home games (0-4-1) since returning from a franchise-record nine-game road trip on March 13.
Bruins Snap Four-Game Losing Streak With Win Over IslandersRiley Nash scored both goals Saturday night for the Boston Bruins, who moved into sole possession of the second wild card in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 victory over the Islanders.
Beauvillier & Tavares Score In Shootout, Pushing Islanders Past PenguinsWith the win, the Islanders surpassed the Boston Bruins for the final wild-card berth in the Eastern Conference standings.

NYCFC

‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: Discussing NYCFC, Red Bulls, USMNTThe guys also discuss some news from the Red Bulls and preview the U.S. men's national team World Cup qualifier.
Second-Half Goal By Montreal Leads To Draw With NYCFCDominic Oduro's goal midway through the second half lifted the Montreal Impact to a 1-1 draw with New York City FC on Saturday.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: A Very Encouraging Home Opener For NYCFCThe guys also look ahead to Saturday's home match against the Montreal Impact and talk about other matches from around Major League Soccer.

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