New York Teams


How do opponents view Kirk Cousins?

Washington's starting QB isn't quite a star, but he's given NFC East rivals plenty of trouble. Dan Graziano breaks it down.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets first year coach Kenny Atkinson will coach the team's summer league squad in Las Vegas. That team will feature Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Chris McCullough and Isaiah Whitehead.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets coach Kenny Atkinson: "I keep saying Brooklyn is basketball, and Isaiah represents everything that we're looking for in a player."

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Revis will still see a lot of green

Darrelle Revis had a down season and is almost 31. But the noted businessman has already exceeded $100 million in career earnings, with $23 million still guaranteed in New York. Player-friendly contracts (Insider)

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Things worked out for Olivier Vernon

Rather than potentially playing this season for $12.7 million in Miami, Vernon got a whopping $40 million guaranteed from the Giants after posting 7.5 sacks in 2015. Player-friendly contracts (Insider)


Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

One of Kristaps Porzingis' highlights from a scrimmage during his KP6 camp in Latvia.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets selling Brooklyn native Isaiah Whitehead jerseys at their team store in Coney Island

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Nationals light up Noah Syndergaard

The first game of the anticipated Mets-Nats series was a dud, David Schoenfield writes. Washington tallied seven hits and five runs off Syndergaard while also running all over the basepaths. That's an obvious problem the Mets will have to address in the future. Five things we learned Monday

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Theft an issue for Noah Syndergaard

The Nats swiped five bags off Syndergaard in his three innings of work on Monday. That brought his season total of stolen bases while he's pitching to 28, twice as many as any other pitcher in baseball.

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Blame it on the rain, Yankees

New York's streak of 160 straight wins when leading entering the ninth inning came to an end early Tuesday morning after the Rangers scored four runs following a lengthy rain delay to win 9-6.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Before last night's rain-delayed game, the Yankees had won 160 consecutive games when leading after 8 innings. They are now 160-1 in such games, dating back to June 1, 2014. The Rangers beat the Yankees 9-6 in a game that was delayed for 3 hours and 35 minutes. The Yankees had a 6-5 lead going into the 9th inning before play was stopped after Aroldis Chapman walked Robinson Chirinos and had a 3-1 count on Shin-Soo Choo. Rangers scored 4 runs after the game resumed at 2:15 am.

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Noah Syndergaard just isn't the same

In his last two outings, the right-hander has pitched much worse than he did in his first 14 starts this season.

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Nationals pitching settled in vs. Mets

After allowing four runs on nine hits in the first three innings on Monday, Nats pitchers held the Mets scoreless over the last six frames. That allowed the offense to mount a comeback and lead the team to an 11-4 win.

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Andrew Marchand saw it coming

Our Yankees beat writer took to Twitter during Monday's rain delay to predict that the Rangers would mount a comeback after the ninth-inning stoppage of play. Of course, they did.

Coleman: No bright future for Knicks with 'why not us?' mentality (1:51)
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Aces not themselves on Monday

Both Jake Arrieta (5 earned runs in 5 innings) and Noah Syndergaard (5 ERs in 3 IP) saw their ERAs climb at an alarming rate with their disastrous outings against the Reds and Nationals, respectively.

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Alex Rodriguez isn't finished yet

The 40-year-old slugger made it clear that he doesn't intend to stay on the bench for long.

1927 Yankees diary

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  • Immerse yourself in the 1927 Yankees

    "The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.