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BBTN: Hinch On Shifts, Puig & Dyson Buck Unwritten Rules

Before a conversation between Jessica Mendoza and Astros manager A.J. Hinch about defensive shifts, Buster Olney and Jerry Crasnick discuss the Matt Adams conundrum in Atlanta, the Mets' displeasure with Yasiel Puig and more. Plus, Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Museum talks about the importance of the partnership between the museum, MLB & the MLBPA.

Stephen A. calls Jackson an 'unmitigated disaster' (2:35)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants are $7.6 million under the salary cap according to NFLPA records. Only four teams (Eagles, Rams, Lions, Ravens) have less money available.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Updating the Jets' off-the-field scorecard this offseason: Three arrests (Lorenzo Mauldin, Robby Anderson and Darrelle Revis, who was exonerated), three suspensions (Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Jalin Marshall and Nick Marshall, who was cut) and three active league investigations (Mauldin, Anderson and Darron Lee/Leo Williams).

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What the Knicks could lose

If New York ends up trading Kristaps Porzingis, it'll lose one of the most productive young players in the NBA.

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Final 2017 NHL mock draft

Who will the Devils take first overall? Who will be the first draft pick in Vegas Golden Knights history? Get those questions answered and many more in our final projection of the first 31 picks of the 2017 NHL draft.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The New York back pages today feature the same photo of Kristaps Porzingis. And the New York Post's headline questions Phil Jackson's claim the Knicks "know what we're doing."

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

One Knicks insider on the Porzingis situation: "Many of the people now screaming that Kristaps is untradeable are the same ones who were furious when we drafted him. Remember: Phil and our scouts were the only ones to properly recognize his potential. And there's no way that we'd trade him now unless we got someone we're even higher on in return."

Puig hits contentious HR in Dodgers' sixth straight win (1:04)
Knick fans aren't afraid to boo (1:31)
Puig on HR trot: Mets players were giving me advice (1:13)
Puig caught up in the moment after home run (0:56)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Well, baseball survived Yasiel Puig's 32.1-second home run trot as the Dodgers beat the Mets 8-2. The Dodgers have clocked 12 home runs in the first three games of the series, already tied for third-most homers the Mets have allowed in a series in franchise history. It's up to Steven Matz stop the bleeding on Thursday.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks had dinner with Gonzaga PF/C Zach Collins on Tuesday night, per league sources. Collins, a 7-0, 230-pound freshman, is projected as a top-10 pick in the draft. He hit 67 percent of his 2-point attempts and 47 percent of his threes (though he didn't shoot many) last year at Gonzaga. The 19-year-old averaged 10 points and 6 rebounds in 17 minutes per game. The Knicks have the eighth pick. Phil Jackson has said that the club will likely select a guard or wing but the wildcard here is the Kristaps Porzingis trade talks, of course. It still seems likely that the Knicks end up taking a wing or a guard on Thursday but the Collins meeting is interesting.

Grandal powers two deep balls (0:48)

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Kristaps Porzingis is coming off a season in which he averaged more PPG than LaMarcus Aldridge, more blocks per game than DeAndre Jordan, and more made 3's per game than Dirk Nowitzki. Only 6 players have ever averaged more PPG in a season in which they finished with 100 blocks and 100 made 3s. Keep in mind Porzingis is only 21 years old and still has room to grow.

Phil: 'We're listening' to calls on Porzingis (0:53)

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.