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  • A roof grows in Brooklyn: Barclays Center to get grassy lid

    A roof grows in Brooklyn. One of the nation's biggest green roofs on a sports arena is taking shape atop Brooklyn's Barclays Center, where cranes are hoisting tons of steel beams and decking that will provide the base for an urban prairie in the sky....
  • Hawks roll past Nets in clincher, face Wizards in conference semis

    NEW YORK That's more like it. These were the Hawks that tore through the Eastern Conference en route to 60-win regular season. These were the Hawks that had been largely off their game during the postseason. The Hawks were back with a vengeance as...
  • Avon Judge Weighs In On His Mayweather-Pacquiao Call

    Avon Judge Weighs In On His Mayweather-Pacquiao Call
    There was a moment when the scores were announced late Saturday night at MGM Grand that Glenn Feldman admits tears came to his eyes. Not because Floyd Mayweather won or Manny Pacquiao lost. Not because he bet a dime on the fight. "I knew we, as...
  • Pacers' Chris Copeland issues apology, listed in stable condition

    Pacers' Chris Copeland issues apology, listed in stable condition
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland apologized Thursday for making a "bad choice" by staying out too late before a game and promised to work hard to make a full recovery after he was stabbed outside a New York nightclub. The team...
  • Flyers play spoiler with dramatic win over Islanders

    Flyers play spoiler with dramatic win over Islanders
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Brayden Schenn capped a wild final 2 minutes with the winning goal with 2.1 seconds left to lift the Philadelphia Flyers past the New York Islanders 5-4 on Tuesday night. With a playoff berth at stake, the Islanders wiped out a...
  • On The Fly: Nets Aren't Ready To Be Counted Out

     On The Fly: Nets Aren't Ready To Be Counted Out
    The Nets weren't going to exit the NBA playoffs with a whimper, though pics showing about 14 people in the Barclays Center just before the start of their playoff game Saturday made the rounds on Twitter and indicated their fans were ready to move on....
  • NHL commish doesn't think 'Katy Perry' chants are sexist

    So long as fans keep their chants clean, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has no issue with Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry being compared to pop star Katy Perry. "I don't think taunting chants at players on the other side of the ice, assuming the...
  • On The Fly: A Subway Series With A Purpose

    On The Fly: A Subway Series With A Purpose
    The Mets beat the Braves, finishing off another series sweep, wrapping up a perfect 10-game homestand and pushing their winning streak to 11, which ties a franchise record. Bartolo Colon, 41, is 4-0. Having proved that a ridiculous amount of injuries...
  • UConn Recruits Adams, Enoch Impress On Opposing All-Star Teams

    UConn Recruits Adams, Enoch Impress On Opposing All-Star Teams
    NEW YORK — Jalen Adams was riding the train into New York, and the idea of playing in the Jordan Brand Classic was sinking in. "I was amazed," he said. "Growing up, you see people you know playing in it, and it was like, 'Gee, the Jordan Brand...
  • Kevin Ollie Sizes Up Steven Enoch, Jalen Adams

    Kevin Ollie Sizes Up Steven Enoch, Jalen Adams
    HARTFORD – Caught up with Kevin Ollie at Husky Day today. Here are his thoughts on newcomers Jalen Adams and Steven Enoch. “Every time I see Steve he’s doing better. He’s performing very well. He’s rebounding the ball, he&...
  • Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game

    Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game
    TV studio anchors often have a difficult task because they're listening to what others around the desk are saying in one ear and have to listen to the producer barking instructions constantly in the other ear. The latter must have distracted CBS host...