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In Search of the Next Andrew Wiggins

Nike’s youth basketball league is the largest incubator of teenage talent. For one coach in the Bronx, it might be too much to t ...
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Yankees 12, Rangers 11: Offensive Outburst Turns Out to Be Just Enough to Lift Yanks

The Yankees opened leads of 8-4 and 12-8 but allowed the Rangers to pull within a run and load the bases in the ninth before David Robertson got Adrian Beltre to fly out to end th ...
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Pulling From Their Past, Lakers Turn to Scott to Rekindle Success

After a run of unsuccessful coaching hires not named Phil Jackson, the Lakers turned to someone familiar — not just with their tradition, but with their inner workings — in Byron Scott to try to turn th ...
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Phillies 6, Mets 0: Hamels, Finding Strike Zone Over and Over, Handles Mets

Cole Hamels, whose name has been mentioned in trade rumors, shut down the Mets over ei ...
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Sports Briefing | Golf: New L.P.G.A. Opener

The L.P.G.A. Tour will begin a new season-opening event in Florida next January, the Coates Championship, which will be ...
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Sports Briefing | Basketball: Charles Paces Liberty

Tina Charles scored 23 points, Sugar Rodgers had 5 points and two huge defensive plays in overtime, and the Liberty beat the Washington Mystics, 80-76, at Madison Square ...
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Sports Briefing | Basketball: Woman to Lead N.B.A. Players’ Union

The National Basketball Players Association has elected Michele Roberts, a Washington trial lawyer, as executive director, making her the first woman to lead a North American pro sports union. ...
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Sports Briefing | Soccer: Carlos Tevez’s Father Kidnapped

The father of the Argentina and Juventus star Carlos Tevez was kidnapped but released eight hours ...
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Sports Briefing | Hockey: Suit Filed Against N.H.L.

Another class-action lawsuit against the N.H.L. was filed Tuesday by former players saying that the league took insufficient action to reduce brain injuries caused by concussive and sub-concussive impacts. ...
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Roundup: Orioles Hope That Adding Pitching Separates Them From the Crowd

Baltimore, which entered Tuesday with a two-and-a-half game lead in the American League East, is looking to add to an already dependable starting five ...
Full article at: New York Times: Sports 8 hours ago
 



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