Schmeelk: Knicks Entering Dangerous 'Win Now' ModeHow far Jackson is willing to go to win now remains to be seen. He would be wise to proceed with caution. Entertaining thoughts of trading future draft picks would be foolish.
Keidel: Don't Kid Yourself -- Kevin Durant Won't Be A KnickWhile many of us would never leave New York, Durant has no ties here. Why suffer the snow, cost, taxes and losing just to say he played on Broadway?
Hartnett: Rangers Quietly Improved At Draft, Still Have Big Moves To MakeWhile the Rangers did not make a big splash at draft weekend, they made the most of their six picks, which all came after the first and second rounds.
Schwei’s Mets Notes: Colon Experiences Some Tough Luck, Pierzynski Owns Harvey And MoreAfter winning both of their games against the defending World Series champion Kansas City Royals, the New York Mets could only get two wins in their four-game series against the last-place Atlanta Braves.
Schwartz: Red Bulls, Cosmos Eye US Open Cup Title, Reach Round Of 16The Red Bulls and NYCFC are battling for position in the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer while the defending NASL champion Cosmos have their sights set on a third Soccer Bowl title in four years.
Palladino: Jose Reyes Signing Has Nothing To Do With Moral Second ChancesHis enthusiasm alone should help. At least it had better. This is a lineup that went life-and-death in two of the four games in Atlanta against the second-worst team in the majors.
Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: June 27, 2016It's Monday and you're here to get you highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" fix, and thanks to Craig's ability to flex his golden pipes ...
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Being Jerry, On A MondayIt was up to Jerry Recco to get the masses updated Monday morning and as expected, the "update maven" came through.
Boomer & Carton: Reyes' Return, Dykstra's Book And Rose's Time In New YorkJose Reyes signs with the Mets, makes his debut in Brooklyn, and not everyone is thrilled.
Silverman: Escape From Chicago Just Might Reignite Rose’s CareerHe wants at least one more maximum contract, and he knows the only way he is going to get it is to come close to returning to the form he had when he was an MVP with the Chicago Bulls in the 2010-11 season.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Draft Day Trade A Case Of Poor Marks-ManshipEvidently, Brooklyn general manager Sean Marks has no issue with burying the franchise even deeper before attempting to dig out.
Schmeelk: Debunking Myths About All The Good The Rose Trade Will DoThere are three main arguments proponents of the Derrick Rose trade have given for why it will help the Knicks long term. None hold water.