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2019年2月13日 星期三

Snow affects playoff schedules in Nassau and Suffolk

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Snow affects playoff schedules in Nassau and Suffolk

Inclement weather has forced changes to both Nassau and Suffolk County high school sports schedules on Tuesday, including several postseason basketball games.

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Stony Brook's Cornish seizing opportunity

A college education naturally evokes all sorts of interesting discoveries. That became especially true for Stony Brook's Jaron Cornish, a point guard from the Bahamas by way of Florida, the first time he experienced snow.

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Nelson awaits his Isles fate as trade deadline looms

BUFFALO - Lou Lamoriello sat alone in the KeyBank Center stands watching his Islanders go through their morning skate before Tuesday night's 3-1 loss to the Sabres. The notoriously secretive president and general manager is not tipping his hand before the NHL trade deadline on Feb. 25.

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Zibanejad's two goals not enough as Rangers fall

WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Mika Zibanejad is starting to show that he isn't just on a hot streak. He's starting to look as if he's becoming an elite NHL player.

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Lennon: Mets' stalling tactics could backfire with deGrom

Last summer, when he was deGrom's agent, Brodie Van Wagenen wanted his client re-signed or traded. Now that he's the Mets' GM, he's finding out that getting a deal done is very complicated.

Miller, Webber talk Knicks, Durant and free agents

The question was about how attractive the Knicks – currently the NBA's worst team and on a 17-game losing streak – might be to free agents this summer.

DeGrom gives Mets a contract deadline

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Jacob deGrom wants long-term security, and he wants it soon.

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