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Lichtenstein: Nets In The Black After Victory In Brooklyn Playoff Opener

The Brooklyn Nets certainly made the most of their first impression. The organization made sure to empty the playbook to christen the Barclays Center’s first-ever NBA playoff game.


The Masters - Round Three

Heinzmann: Although Woods Is Very Much In The Mix , He Shouldn’t Be

Woods is very much in the mix for a fifth Green Jacket and fifteenth major championship. He shouldn’t be.


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Liguori: Tiger Controversy Rocks Augusta National

A controversy involving the top-ranked player in the world turned what should have been a calm, lovely morning into an ugly one and took attention away from third round play.


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Sims: Warrior Code Fallout

Kobe sustained what was reportedly a “severe” left ankle sprain on March 13th and returned to the lineup after missing only several games.


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Lichtenstein: Nets Ace Pacers’ Test, Have More To Master Before Playoffs

Their final grade, however, will depend on whether the players and coaching staff learned from their mistakes and whether they can apply those lessons.


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Sweeny: So Much For The Curtis Granderson Experiment In Left Field

Girardi feels as if making the outfield switch might be asking too much, and wants to give Granderson a better comfort level when he returns.


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Lichtenstein: Nets’ Health Crucial To Maintaining Rise As Competition Stiffens

The next few weeks, starting with a home game versus Central Division-leading Indiana on Sunday, will be a better determinant of how far the Nets have come.


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Liguori: Sports Wishes For The New Year

Ann Liguori’s wishes for the New Year as it relates to New York sports.


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Palladino: Can The Jets Clone A Bill Polian?

Johnson owes all those PSL owners a strong GM. We’ll see now whether one of these guys steps forward to become that person.


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Silverman: Winter Classic Is Nowhere To Be Found On Your TV

If there had been no lockout this year, this would have been the biggest and best of the outdoor events that the NHL has presented.


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Lichtenstein: Nets Respond To King’s Vote Of Confidence With Stinker In San Antonio

In case King forgot, interim is defined as an intervening temporary period. It implies an ending at some point.


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Rothstein Files: Monday Morning College Hoops Notebook

Friday night at Pauley Pavilion was one of the better moments we’ve seen in recent memory in Westwood as UCLA stormed back from a late nine-point deficit.


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Silverman: Giants Playoff Hopes Crushed By Sluggish Bears, Toothless Lions

Coughlin may be disappointed and he is probably angry. However, his team should not be broken up.


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Silverman: Deadline Nears In Most Controversial Hall Of Fame Election

Voting for these great players would be an insult to everyone who earned their way in on their own.


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Silverman: Giants’ Playoff Fate Depends On Dysfunctional Lions

The circumstances that would get the Giants into the playoffs are not impossible. They may even be likely if the Detroit Lions compete for 60 minutes against the Chicago Bears.