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Mighty Quinn: March 17

Rosedale’s George Plunkett asks all to lift a glass today in memory of Queens legend John (Stymie) Rafferty: “A blessed and happy St. Patrick’s Day to all, especially the family and friends of the late, great, John (Stymie) Rafferty. We ...

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Porzingis, Hornacek still won't tank for Knicks draft pick

Kristaps Porzingis did not play Thursday night against the Nets, but don’t take it as a sign that the Knicks have entered full tank mode yet. The 7-3 forward was recovering from a bruised thigh sustained in Tuesday’s win over ...

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Fantasy Football: Value changes for players with new homes

The 2017 RotoExperts Xclusive Edge Fantasy Baseball Package is here! Get your ticket to a Fantasy Baseball Championship trophy. This comprehensive package gives you everything you need to execute a successful draft and gives you access to all of our ...

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NCAA Tournament: Five things to look for in Friday’s games

1. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Or Weekend for some folks. Too bad NCAA didn’t reward us with Notre Dame playing today. We’ll take Brian Patrick, complementary player for Kansas State, as designated Patrick to root for. 2. Speaking of Irish ...

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Vandy blunder gives Northwestern first NCAA tourney win, 68-66

The jubilation of victory and agony of defeat were on full display in the final moments of Northwestern and Vanderbilt’s first-round NCAA matchup Thursday evening. Making their first-ever tourney appearance, the No. 8-seeded Wildcats earned a 68-66 win over the ...

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Rangers bounce back, beat Bruins behind power play, Henrik

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, March 23, 2016, 10:53 PM Frank Franklin II/AP Derick Brassard (c.) celebrates with Rangers teammates Kevin Klein and Rick Nash in a 5-2 win over Boston at the Garden on Wednesday night. Clearly, no one ...

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NBA, NHL pay tribute to victims of Brussels terror attacks

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS STAFF Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 9:32 PM The sports world continued as scheduled on Tuesday night while most of the world remained shaken by the terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium–which killed at least 34 and left ...

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St. Joseph’s tops Cincinnati after game-tying dunk waved off

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Updated: Saturday, March 19, 2016, 1:40 AM SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Saint Joseph’s coach Phil Martelli will take the victory over Cincinnati. He just wishes it had ended a little differently. Isaiah Miles sank a 3-pointer with ...

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NFL’s Tray Walker pronounced dead after dirt bike crash

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Friday, March 18, 2016, 6:43 PM Baltimore Ravens cornerback Tray Walker died Friday following a motorbike accident in Florida the night before, his agent told multiple outlets. He was 23. Ronald Butler, Walker’s agent, had ...

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Notre Dame ‘hungry’ after 2015 NCAA Tournament heartbreak

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, March 17, 2016, 9:34 PM Frank Franklin II/AP Notre Dame coach Mike Brey watches his team during practice Thursday. Notre Dame coach Mike Brey didn’t waste any time ingratiating himself to locals inside the gymnasium ...

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