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    Kristaps Porzingis Can Breathe for the First Time

    They booed him when he was drafted, thinking he wouldn’t be a star. They booed him — in raucous and sometimes ugly ways — when he came back as a member of the team he was traded to after he said he wanted to leave. The team barely protested, if at all. Kristaps Porzingis, the […]

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    Hurricanes activate Jordan Martinook from injured reserve

    RALEIGH, N.C. — Jordan Martinook is back with the Carolina Hurricanes a little over a month after having core muscle surgery. The team on Friday activated the forward from injured reserve. He missed 15 games after having surgery to repair a core muscle injury Oct. 11. The 27-year-old alternate captain had one assist in four […]

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    Sources — MLB contacts Astros, Red Sox as sign-stealing investigation expands

    10:41 AM ET Jeff PassanESPN Close ESPN MLB insiderAuthor of “The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports” Major League Baseball’s investigation into illegal sign stealing is expected to expand beyond the 2017 Houston Astros and look into whether other teams, including the 2019 Astros, used technology to aid hitters, […]

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    Kristaps Porzingis expects fun but weird return to MSG

    NEW YORK — Kristaps Porzingis is intimately familiar with the winding hallways of Madison Square Garden. For the nearly four years he played for the New York Knicks, Porzingis would saunter up the ramp from the loading dock, walk down one dimly lit hallway and turn right into the Knicks locker room. Thursday will be […]

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    Giants RB Saquon Barkley says he won’t get shut down

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Running back Saquon Barkley isn’t 100 percent. He’s still not going to accept being shut down with the New York Giants at 2-8 and the need to eventually focus on the future. Barkley had an X-ray on his shoulder after Sunday’s 34-27 loss to the New York Jets, a source told […]

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    James Wiseman Scores 17 for Memphis After Fighting Ineligibility

    James Wiseman, a top basketball prospect expected to star for the University of Memphis this season, filed a lawsuit against the N.C.A.A. and the university on Friday after the sport’s governing body declared him ineligible to play. A judge quickly issued a temporary restraining order that cleared Wiseman to play for Memphis on Friday night. […]