By Daniel Friedman
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Taking a look at the best and worst stories on the New York/New Jersey sports landscape:READ MORE: De Blasio: New Mask Guidance In NYC May Come Monday As More Places Require Vaccinations Or Weekly Testing
Winners of four in a row, and they just shut out the red-hot Penguins.
Yoenis Cespedes is back, and Chipper Jones predicted they’ll win the World Series. Not bad.
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His number was retired and now hangs from the rafters in the Prudential Center.
1. Derek Fisher
He was fired Monday as Knicks coach after going 40-96, the second-worst record of any coach in team history.
2. Brett Yormark
The Barclays Center CEO always seems to pick the wrong things to say. His latest choice was a suggestion that fans who buy obstructed-view seats for Islanders games should view the action on their mobile devices.
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Another embarrassing loss, this time to Memphis. It was so bad that team owner Mikhail Prokhorov left after the third quarter.