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MLB: Ryan Raburn drove in the game-winning run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth and the Washington Nationals survived another bullpen collapse for a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets on Monday night.

Masahiro Tanaka pitched seven sharp innings for his second straight win following a long slump, and the New York Yankees beat the skidding Toronto Blue Jays 6-3. Hours after announcing they'll both compete in the Home Run Derby next week, All-Star sluggers Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez sparked New York's offense.

Jeff Hornacek


In the NBA playoffs, Golden State won against Oklahoma City 118-91 to tie the series at 1 game apiece.


In the NBA, Toronto beat New York 122-95, Minnesota bested Boston 124-122, Golden State won against Atlanta 102-92, Milwaukee topped the Lakers 108-101, the Clippers crushed Phoenix 124-84, Detroit blasted Cleveland 96-88, and it was Miami over Indiana in overtime 101-93.


In the NBA, Brooklyn beat Denver 105-104, Toronto won against Detroit 103-89, New Orleans topped Minnesota 116-102, Orlando beat Atlanta in overtime 117-110, Portland defeated Memphis in overtime 112-106, Oklahoma City trumped Phoenix 122-106, Cleveland beat Sacramento 120-100, the Clippers topped Philadelphia in overtime 98-92, Indiana bested the Lakers 89-87, and it was Charlotte over Chicago 108-91.


On the ice, the Rangers beat the Islanders 6-5, Calgary bested Boston in overtime 4-3, Montreal blanked Detroit 2-0, Winnipeg edged Edmonton in a shootout 5-4, Colorado defeated Arizona 5-2, Vancouver topped Minnesota 3-2, Carolina doubled up Ottawa 6-3, and it was Los Angeles over Tampa Bay 3-2.

For the first time since they left Lake Placid with their Olympic gold medals, all 19 surviving members of the 1980 USA Hockey Team are returning to relive their "Miracle on Ice" moment.

Groups of players have gathered in Lake Placid or other parts of the country over the last 35 years. But the Olympic Regional Development Authority says the anniversary celebration Saturday will be the first time the entire squad will be together in the host village of 1980 Winter Games.

The event will be in the arena where the team beat the odds and defeated the Soviet Union 4-3.

The evening will conclude with the raising of fallen teammate Bob Suter's jersey to the rafters. Suter is the first member of the team to die, suffering a heart attack last September at age 57.


In the NBA, New York beat Philadelphia 98-91, Brooklyn topped Sacramento 103-100, Memphis bested Toronto 92-86, Charlotte edged Miami 78-76, Cleveland won against Utah 106-92, Atlanta trumped Indiana 110-91 for its 14th straight win, Dallas defeated Minnesota 98-75, Oklahoma City squeaked by Washington in overtime 105-103, New Orleans topped the Lakers 96-80, Phoenix beat Portland 118-113, and it was Golden State over Houston 126-113.


In the NBA, Memphis crushed New York 105-83, Charlotte topped Boston 104-95, Dallas bested Brooklyn in overtime 96-88, Denver beat Minnesota 110-101, Philadelphia edged Cleveland 95-92, Chicago won against Houston 114-105, Washington squeaked by New Orleans 92-85, Indiana defeated Utah 105-101, Portland trumped the Lakers 98-94, Atlanta bested the Clippers 107-98, and it was Golden State over Oklahoma City 117-91.


In the NBA, Washington bested New York 102-91 for its 16th loss in 17 games, Oklahoma City beat San Antonio 114-106, Miami beat Cleveland 101-91 to spoil LeBron James’ return to his former home arena, Chicago topped the Lakers 113-93, and it was the Clippers over Golden State 100-86.

Westchester Knicks To Play Home Opener

Nov 19, 2014

Westchester’s new NBA Development League affiliate of the New York Knicks plays its home opener Wednesday evening.


Drew Brees overcame a shaky start and threw for one touchdown and ran for another and the New Orleans Saints defeated the Carolina Panthers 28-10 to take over first place in the NFC South. The 4-4 Saints piled up 375 yards to snap a seven-game losing streak on the road that dated back to last November.


The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks haven't missed a beat in the offseason, routing the Green Bay Packers 36-16 last night. Marshawn Lynch ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns and Russell Wilson added 191 yards passing and two TDs through the air.

The 118th running of the Boston Marathon was completed without incident yesterday and featured the first U.S. citizen in 31 years to win the event.

Former New York City Marathon champion and Olympic medalist Meb Keflezighi won in a time of 2 hours, 8 minutes, 37 seconds.

Later tonight, in the first game of the men's NCAA tournament, UAlbany will go head to head with Mount Saint Mary’s in Dayton Ohio at 6:40 PM on truTV. The winner will go on to face No. 1 Florida at Orlando in the second round.

There is a plan in the works to bring an affiliate team of the NBA’s New York Knicks to Westchester County. It’s on a county board’s agenda Thursday.