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James Harden-less Nets run out of gas late in loss to Nuggets

The Nets went from a Big 3 to a Big 1 to a rag-tag group of the only nine healthy bodies on their roster Wednesday night. The group without a superstar held its own and even led by 11 at halftime before succumbing to the Nuggets, 124-118, in the sec..

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Knicks hammered by Heat as Julius Randle struggles again

MIAMI — The Miami Heat showed why they may win the Eastern Conference and the Knicks showed why they won’t make the playoffs at status quo. Last season, the Knicks finished ahead of the Heat in the standings, and that just seems eons ago. The Knick..

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ESPN’s Jeff Van Gundy: Knicks need to tear up starting unit

A former Knicks coach thinks these current Knicks are broken. ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy said the Knicks’ starting unit is flawed on many levels and that changes need to be made. “They just need major changes,” Van Gundy said during the Knicks’ 11..

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Joe Schoen is Giants’ long-awaited agent of change

He looked and sounded straight out of central casting, and for a franchise and a fan base that for most of the past decade has endured pure hell, Joe Schoen represents heaven-sent hope to bring Big Blue back. No Ordinary Joe. He came off as adverti..

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Giants interview Patrick Graham as head-coaching search marches on

As the introductory press conference for general manager Joe Schoen was cranking up in the team’s field house, one interested spectator stood near the back. Patrick Graham, the Giants’ defensive coordinator, was on the scene Wednesday, wearing jeans ..

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Joe Schoen lays out clear philosophy as Giants GM: ‘Find solutions’

Cut through all the words and the messaging and the specifics of what Joe Schoen intends to change and instill in the Giants and it comes down to this: “We can all talk about what the problems are,’’ Schoen said Wednesday, his very big day. “Our job..

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Tigers to face new challenges in return to 3A

(Editor’s Note: This is the third of a six-part feature series highlighting the 2022 football schedules for the schools of Covington County.) With a move back into familiar territory, Straughn wants to continue its recent success as the program aims..

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Bobcats, Tigers draw split in county basketball action

A top ten county matchup finished with a split in a pair of varsity basketball games Monday night as Opp won twice before Red Level averted the sweep. The varsity boys’ contest came down to the wire as the Tigers (19-6) held off a late surge by the ..

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Homer girls, Nikiski boys notch wins

The Homer girls and Nikiski boys basketball teams picked up victories in Peninsula Conference play Tuesday in Nikiski. In the girls game, the Mariners won the third quarter 21-6 to key a 45-33 victory. The Mariners move to 1-0 in the league and 4-3 ..

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Sterling’s Aldridge takes 5th in triathlon

Sterling’s Morgan Aldridge finished fifth in the women’s race at the 2022 Tri Flake Winter Triathlon in Anchorage on Saturday. The race was affected by a warm spell that set up shop in Southcentral over the weekend. The event featured a 3.7-mile run..

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Brown Bears have first winning streak of season

By JEFF HELMINIAK Peninsula Clarion The Kenai River Brown Bears used their league-leading power play to win consecutive games for the first time this season, topping the Janesville (Wisconsin) Jets 4-2 on Sunday at the Soldotna Regional Sports Comp..

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Unheralded defense lifts Bengals into AFC Championship

The Bengals’ resurgence this season has been led by offensive stars Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase. On Saturday, however, they were merely the supporting actors for a Cincinnati defense coached by a Staten Island native and featuring a lot of players m..

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