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On The Rise: Kevin Kisner Building On DefeatKevin Kisner, still known for his crushing PGA Tour defeats, finally won his first tournament at the RSM Classic in late 2015.
Capellini: Islanders Chose A Really Bad Time To Revisit Their Ugly PastThere was just nothing acceptable about what went down on Tuesday night in Brooklyn, regardless of what Jack Capuano says.
Lightning's Boyle Won't Face Discipline For Hit On Islanders' HickeyBrian Boyle won't be suspended for his thunderous overtime check on Islanders defenseman Thomas Hickey on Tuesday night.
Jim Nantz On Wells Fargo Championship: ‘Has A Big-Time Feel To It’CBS Sports anchor Jim Nantz looks at the Wells Fargo Championship and the venerable Quail Hollow Club, which hosts golf's best this week.
Silverman: Jets Opened Draft Well But Struggled Later; Giants Bounced Back After 1st-Round ReachThe Jets hit a home run with their first-round pick, Ohio State linebacker Darron Lee, and the choice of Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg may work out in Year 2 or 3.
Girardi Irked After Camden Yards Field Covered, Yankees Denied Batting PracticeIt's no secret that, with the way they've been playing lately, the Yankees need all the batting practice they can get.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: May 4, 2016During Wednesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day," we learned that "The" Eddie Scozzare is not a "Bie-leber," not by a long shot.
Boomer & Carton: 'The Doctors' Travis Stork Stops ByTravis Stork is a doctor, so maybe we should refer to him as Dr. Stork. You may recognize him from the syndicated talk show "The Doctors."
Boomer & Carton: St. John's Coach Chris Mullin Stops ByChris Mullin felt like talking some hoops, so he paid Boomer & Carton a visit on Wednesday.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Fills In The Blanks After A Terrible NightIt was a brutal Tuesday night of sports locally, but that didn't stop Jerry Recco from providing us with the important details on Wednesday morning.

Best Of Mike Francesa

LISTEN: Gammons, Francesa Talk Astros, White Sox, MoreThat was one of the questions WFAN's Mike Francesa had for baseball writer Peter Gammons on Tuesday.
LISTEN: Jets' Maccagnan Doesn't Rule Out Keeping 4 QuarterbacksWhen the Jets selected Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg in the second round of last week's NFL draft, many observers assumed the team would likely have to shed one of the QBs already on its roster.
LISTEN: Francesa, Caller Engage In Fiery Debate Over A-RodMike Francesa got worked up Tuesday when a caller took him to task for defending Alex Rodriguez's play.
Yankees' Cashman On WFAN: 'I'm Getting Tired Of Watching This'After being swept at Boston over the weekend, the Yankees are 8-15 and in last place in the American League East. New York has lost six of its last seven games.

Yankees

Girardi Irked After Camden Yards Field Covered, Yankees Denied Batting PracticeIt's no secret that, with the way they've been playing lately, the Yankees need all the batting practice they can get.
Palladino: Cashman's Offseason Strategy Has Put Yankees In This HoleThree players hitting over .250 and two of them are bench players. Nobody’s hitting with runners in scoring position. The power guys are hitting a notch above the bottom third of all of baseball. And the record? Oy.
Yankees' Losing Streak Extends To 6 Games At Hands Of OriolesBaltimore's Chris Tillman tied a career high with nine strikeouts, Mark Trumbo homered twice and the Orioles beat New York 4-1.
Yankees In Unfamiliar Place As They Sit In AL East BasementIt’s been a rough start to the season for the New York Yankees to put it bluntly.

Mets

Keidel: For Their Sake, Mets Better Hope Harvey Is Better Than ThisWith Tuesday's defeat, Matt Harvey looks more like the Joker than the Dark Knight.
Mets Manage Only 1 Hit In 3-0 Loss To BravesMatt Wisler and Arodys Vizcaino combined on a one-hitter Tuesday night as the Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 3-0 Tuesday at Citi Field.
Schwartz: Mets, Islanders Have Turned NYC Orange And BlueWhen it comes to the present, the Mets and Islanders currently “own” the area.
Kallet: Mets, Nationals Are The NL East Race, And It Will Be FascinatingThe Mets and the Nationals, as expected, finished April atop the standings in the NL East. Washington went 16-7; New York went 15-7.

Islanders

Capellini: Islanders Chose A Really Bad Time To Revisit Their Ugly PastThere was just nothing acceptable about what went down on Tuesday night in Brooklyn, regardless of what Jack Capuano says.
Lightning's Boyle Won't Face Discipline For Hit On Islanders' HickeyBrian Boyle won't be suspended for his thunderous overtime check on Islanders defenseman Thomas Hickey on Tuesday night.
Islanders Lose 5-4 In Overtime In Game 3 As Lightning Take 2-1 Series LeadBrian Boyle scored at 2:48 of overtime to lift the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 5-4 victory over the New York Islanders on Tuesday night for a 2-1 lead in their second-round series.
Islanders' Capuano Going With Bailey Over Strome In Game 3Strome had two assists in the Isles' 5-3 Game 1 victory over Tampa Bay before being held without a point in Game 2.

Rangers

Hartnett: Raanta's Role Likely To Increase Next Season With RangersAntti Raanta shined in his first season as Henrik Lundqvist's understudy, so it made sense for the Rangers to lock up the popular Finn on a multi-year contract.
Rangers To Re-Sign Goalie Antti RaantaThe Rangers have agreed to terms on a new contract with backup goaltender Antti Raanta, the team announced Monday.
Hartnett: Highly Rated Prospect Pavel Buchnevich Can Play Key Role In Rangers' FutureA third-round draft pick by the Rangers in 2013, Buchnevich is regarded as more of a skilled playmaker than a pure goal scorer.
Hartnett: Rangers Must Focus On Reshaping Underperforming DefenseThe Rangers enter the offseason in an unfamiliar situation. A deflating first-round exit to the rival Pittsburgh Penguins has paved the way for a total roster re-evaluation.

NYCFC

‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: NYCFC Wins At Home, Red Bulls Add CollinIn the latest episode of our new “Soccer in the City” podcast, hosts Tom Kolker, Glenn Crooks and Roberto Abramowitz discuss New York City F.C.'s first home victory of the season Saturday against Vancouver.
Crooks: NYCFC Is Failing, But Are The Expectations Reasonable?Expectation is a word that can bestow a weighty burden on people both personally and professionally.
Montreal's Stoppage Time Goal Extends NYCFC's Winless Streak To 7Dominic Oduro scored in the opening seconds of stoppage time and the Montreal Impact escaped with a 1-1 draw against New York City FC on Wednesday night.

Giants

Silverman: Jets Opened Draft Well But Struggled Later; Giants Bounced Back After 1st-Round ReachThe Jets hit a home run with their first-round pick, Ohio State linebacker Darron Lee, and the choice of Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg may work out in Year 2 or 3.
Justin Tuck To Sign 1-Day Contract, Retire As A Giant FridayTuck, 33, announced in February that he was retiring after 11 seasons. The defensive end spent the first nine years of his career with the Giants and the past two with the Oakland Raiders.
Reports: Giants Eyeing Free Agent Cornerback Leon HallHall, 31, who specializes as a slot defender, spent nine seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, where he started 105 of 121 games and intercepted 26 passes.

Jets

Silverman: Jets Opened Draft Well But Struggled Later; Giants Bounced Back After 1st-Round ReachThe Jets hit a home run with their first-round pick, Ohio State linebacker Darron Lee, and the choice of Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg may work out in Year 2 or 3.
LISTEN: Jets' Maccagnan Doesn't Rule Out Keeping 4 QuarterbacksWhen the Jets selected Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg in the second round of last week's NFL draft, many observers assumed the team would likely have to shed one of the QBs already on its roster.
A Look At Quarterbacks Jets Drafted Since 1992Here is a look at the 12 most recent quarterbacks Gang Green drafted prior to taking Hackenberg on Friday and how they fared in New York.

Knicks

Keidel: Hopefully The Kings Finally Reward Ewing For Paying His DuesSports are often hailed for innovation and inclusion. Yet when it comes to head coaches, it seems every pro sports league forever has its hand buried in the recycling bin.
Schmeelk: Enough Already, It's Time For Knicks To Hire A CoachThere really isn’t a reason for Phil Jackson to wait any longer.
Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis Won't Play For Latvia In OlympicsKristaps Porzingis won't play for his native Latvia in this summer's Olympics, the Knicks star reportedly announced Monday.

Nets

Lichtenstein: Nets On The Mark With Atkinson HiringKenny Atkinson may or may not be the Nets' savior on the bench, but he is is well respected around the league for his development skills.
Brooklyn Nets Owner Mikhail Prokhorov's Company Searched In MoscowRussia's main domestic security agency has searched the offices of a company controlled by Mikhail Prokhorov, the billionaire owner of the Brooklyn Nets.
Lichtenstein: What Nets Will Look Like Next Season Is Anyone's GuessAnyone who hung around to watch the final days of this Nets’ season, which mercifully came to an end with a 103-96 home loss to the Raptors’ B team on Wednesday, well, they’re a glutton for punishment.

Devils

New York Sports Stars Who Retired EarlyFerguson follows in the footsteps of these star athletes who played in New York and retired when they were 32 or younger.
Lichtenstein: Devils End Season With Foundation For A Brighter FutureThe Devils had been confounding experts for much of this season, so why would Game 82 be any different?
Schwei's Devils Notes: Elias Finishes Strong, NJ Snaps Season-Worst Losing StreakThe New Jersey Devils said goodbye to the 2015-16 season and perhaps to their all-time leading scorer while also saying hello to three players who could be a big part of their future.

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