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Zach Randolph gets community service for his L.A. pot arrest

LOS ANGELES — Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph was sentenced to community service on Wednesday after being charged with marijuana possession and resisting arrest following an incident last month at a Los Angeles housing project, prosecutors said. Randolph entered a no-contest plea during a court appearance Wednesday and was immediately sentenced to 150 hours of […]

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Matt Harvey aware he's in poor standing with Mets

CHICAGO — Matt Harvey was mad. The righthander stormed back tthrough the clubhouse to stand in front of his locker and face the questions about his night, about his comeback and his journey back from thoracic outlet syndrome surgery. He glared at reporters and challenged questions, but the 29-year old was mad at himself. “It’s […]

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Giants offensive linemen know they need to improve ‘everything’

The Giants’ offensive line can’t block the criticism, either. After Sunday’s 19-3 loss to the Cowboys, it appears as if the Giants’ biggest weakness from last season is still the main concern after Week 1, and that is not lost on some members of the offensive line. “I mean it is in our face,” left […]

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Eli Manning isn’t counting on Odell Beckham Jr. being healthy

Odell Beckham Jr. walked through the locker room with pep in his step on Wednesday, but until the Giants hit the practice field on Thursday there won’t be any sign of whether he’ll play in Monday night’s home opener against the Detroit Lions in Week 2. Eli Manning said as much when he admitted he […]

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Todd Bowles still hasn’t settled on who Jets’ backup QB will be

Todd Bowles might have settled on a backup quarterback, but he isn’t revealing that information to the public. For the second straight week, Bowles is refusing to name a No. 2 signal-caller. The Jets face the Raiders in Oakland on Sunday. Christian Hackenberg served as the backup in the Jets’ season-opening loss to the Bills, […]

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Jay Bruce: Trade to Indians saved me from ‘least fun’ Mets

CHICAGO — Jay Bruce is much happier now that he’s not on the Mets. On Aug. 1, Bruce seemed resigned to making the best of a bad situation. The outfielder the Mets shopped for basically nine months watched the non-waiver trade deadline go by and no team made a deal for him. He thought he’d […]

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Jemele Hill regrets hurting ESPN with tweet about Trump

Jemele Hill has released a statement on her political tweet heard ‘round the world. And she isn’t apologizing for words. Rather, Hill says she regrets the spot it put her employer in. “My comments on Twitter expressed my personal beliefs,” she wrote on Twitter late Wednesday. “My regret is that my comments and the public […]

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Craig Carton resigns from WFAN show amid Ponzi scheme charges

Now it’s just the Boomer show. Acerbic radio sports host Craig Carton resigned Wednesday from WFAN’s “Boomer and Carton” morning show days after he was arrested and charged with running a ticket-sale Ponzi scheme. “For 10 years I’ve had the great privilege of showing up to work every day at my dream job,” Carton said […]

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Why Mets should consider picking up Asdrubal Cabrera's option

CHICAGO — Asdrubal Cabrera has been making his case. The Mets veteran infielder who demanded to be traded when he was moved off of shortstop in June, is looking to prove he is a viable infielder for next season. He’s been steady at third base, pretty good at second base and his bat of late […]

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Isaiah Thomas to guest on ‘Law & Order: SVU’ as himself

Isaiah Thomas is going from the court to the courtroom — on screen, at least. The new Cleveland Cavaliers is making a guest appearance on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” he announced Tuesday. While his role in the show is unclear, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported that Thomas will be playing himself in a […]

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