New York Teams

Broussard: No chance Durant goes to Wizards (1:24)
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13mKeith Law

Mets' signing of Reyes sends the wrong message

Keith Law offers his (strong) take on the Mets' decision to sign Jose Reyes, who was suspended earlier this season for a domestic-violence incident.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Add international guard Souleyman Diabate to the list of players on the Knicks' Summer League roster. Others include Ron Baker, Marshall Plumlee, Marvelle Harris and JP Tokoto, according to reports. The 29-year-old Diabate, a 6-0 guard from the Ivory Coast, has been on the radar of Knicks scouts for several months.


Colangelo reflects on 2016 U.S. Olympic basketball roster

Managing director of USA basketball Jerry Colangelo joins Mike & Mike to share his thoughts on the roster constructed to represent the United States in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

Home is where the throw is (1:30)
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11hAdam Rubin

Series preview: Mets at Nationals

With Stephen Strasburg on the DL, the Nationals could call up rookies Austin Voth and Lucas Giolito to face the Mets this week.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

No meeting has been scheduled - or agreed to - between the Knicks and Kevin Durant at this point, sources say. The Knicks are optimistic that they'll ultimately get consideration from Durant but they were not among the initial group of teams with whom Durant agreed to meet. The Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder are the first known teams to secure a meeting with Durant, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Durant's ties to the Knicks include his strong relationship with Carmelo Anthony and the relationship between his agent, Rich Kleiman of Roc Nation Sports, and Knicks GM Steve Mills. Still, given that New York is not among the first group of teams with whom Durant has agreed to meet, it seems as if the club faces long odds to sign him.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's an interesting wrinkle in Jose Reyes' contract: The Mets have an option for 2017. Reyes would again only cost the MLB minimum.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Newly demoted Michael Conforto went 1-for-3 with a walk, strikeout and run scored in his first game with Las Vegas. Conforto started in left field on Sunday in a 6-4 loss to Sacramento.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

José Reyes talks about being back in NYC: "It was amazing. I have to be honest with you guys. I was a little bit nervous there. I was a little bit emotional. I don't know what to expect. But I feel like people still love me. I know some people out there, they're going to be hard on me, and I respect that. I understand. I put myself in that situation. But like I said, I'll stand up here like a man and I made a bad mistake. That was a terrible mistake. I'll do everything I need to do to try to get better and we'll see what happens."

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16hDanny Knobler, Special to

For fading Yankees, it doesn't get any easier from here

Forget losing to bad teams. The next stretch of games against good teams could be make-or-break time for the Yankees, who again looked broken Sunday.

Mercury top Liberty in OT (1:11)
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Time to say goodbye to A-rod and Tex?

It might be time for the Yankees to consider buying out Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira, writes Joel Sherman of the New York Post. The Yankees have 15 games until the All-Star break, which should be plenty of time for the veterans to show off their stuff. Otherwise, it's sayonara. New York Post

1927 Yankees diary

  • Robert Hunt
  • 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.