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Somewhat quietly, the Nets are building a reputation as a contender. In what seemed like just another day at the office Sunday, they trampled the Timberwolves, 114-99, winning their 13th straight at Barclays Center and finding themselves on the brink of securing a playoff spot.
Kevin Love has answered the bell for 69 of 72 games, put up the kind of scoring and rebounding numbers that will secure him a place on one of the All-NBA teams, and yet again isn’t going to be able to get the Minnesota Timberwolves into the playoffs.
Hotels in the city are trying to lure visitors from China away from New Jersey accommodations to cash in on a growing market.
A judge should “throw the book” at the parachutists who jumped off 1 World Trade Center, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Sunday.
The Rangers stopped off in Alberta's capital for a free, much-needed Oil change Sunday night and greased almost all of their gears for the season's stretch run in a 5-0 rout of lowly Edmonton.
A drive-by shooting on a busy Queens street Sunday afternoon left a 17-year-old man dead and an 18-year-old man in the hospital, authorities said.
He left blood on the court, sweat on the game ball and now tears fell down his mother’s face. Shabazz Napier, the UConn point guard coach Kevin Ollie calls his unpaid assistant, negotiated his way through the Garden’s postgame crowd Sunday. He started and stopped, hesitated and hurried, keeping a separate pace even past the final horn.
Kentucky’s wiry 6-9 freshman forward Marcus Lee was a highly decorated prospect from Deer Valley High in Antioch, Calif., who averaged 20 points and played in the McDonald’s All- American game and Jordan Brand Classic. But he was pushed into the background.
Six government reform groups Sunday blasted a plan to create a public campaign finance program that affects just the state controller’s race as “not even a step in the right direction.”
“If/Then” raked in about a $1 million at the box office last week. Much of that Broadway booty owes to the name (or wrong name!) of its star, Idina Menzel.
The Mets left spring training with unanswered questions. They are no clearer on who is their starting first baseman. They are not sure their shortstop will be able to handle the job. There is no clear plan in the outfield.
No one has mastered the sounds of sorrow like Jackson Browne. But he's never gotten the tribute-disc treatment — until now.
The New York Daily News digital staff won a top award at a Global Editors Network hackathon for hatching “News Qs,” a tool that lets readers chat with the news. Readers can ask a question: “Who is running for U.S. Senate in New York?”
With co-aces Stephen Strasburg and 19-game winner Jordan Zimmermann, followed by lefty Gio Gonzalez, Doug Fister and second-year righty Tanner Roark, the Nats will send out a formidable starting pitcher every game.
As Kevin Ollie walked up the ladder to cut down the net, he took his time. Chants of “Kev-in Oll-ie” rang throughout the Garden and the UConn coach wanted to savor every moment.
The Red Bulls finished 2013 with the best regular-season record in MLS, earning them their first ever trophy, the Supporters' Shield. Right now, retaining the Shield likely is far down the list of their priorities.
DARRINGTON, Wash. — Many of the dogs that have been essential in the search for victims of the deadly mudslide that buried the mountainside community of Oso will take a two-day break after long hours in the cold and rain, rescue crews said Sunday. The dogs can lose their sensing ability if overworked, officials said.
Let’s go to the videotape.That will be said all over baseball this season, the first with the vastly expanded instant replay system.
If Masahiro Tanaka was the Yankees’ shiny new car this spring, Hiroki Kuroda was his trusted GPS.Tanaka navigated his way through his first major-league camp with great success, giving the Bombers a glimpse of what they hope will be a big rookie season.
New York City's Mayor's Cup basketball all-star games, which feature the top players from the CHSAA and the PSAL, are a great opportunity for high school players to showcase their talents in front of college scouts.