The Knicks have waived point guard Brandon Jennings, a source confirmed to The Undefeated. Jennings recently told the Knicks he wanted to play for a title contender, the source said.
New York Teams
A few teams should face reality about their postseason hopes and not be looking at add players leading up to Wednesday's trade deadline.
The Yankees rookie is a giant with immense power. But he whiffed in half of his first 84 MLB at-bats. So 2017 will tell if he's an all-or-nothing guy.
The spotlight will be on Sheldon Richardson for the next few weeks, as the Jets almost certainly will try to trade him.
The Jets will have their choice of which need to address with the sixth pick, be it a running back, cornerback or left tackle.
The Giants revamped their defense last offseason. Now it's time to add playmakers on offense, and a vertical threat at tight end would help.
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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
The Westchester Knicks hold Chasson Randle's returning rights in the D League but Randle doesn't plan on going back to Westchester, per a source. Randle, a Knicks preseason standout, was released by the Sixers recently. The former Stanford guard played well for the Knicks in preseason but the club opted against keeping him on the regular season roster after he suffered an orbital fracture late in preseason. Randle will likely draw interest from other NBA teams or clubs overseas.
Cam Atkinson and Alexander Wennberg each scored twice to lead the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 5-2 victory over the New York Rangers on Sunday.
The Yankees have a good defensive player in Chase Headley at third, but he's never been a big OBP guy. The Yankees could push prized-prospect Gleyber Torres or wait for the free-agent market next year.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Aroldis Chapman told me that he is scheduled for his first Yankees spring training game on Thursday, March 2nd.
The solution for the Mets' defensive woes is both near and far at once: two-time Gold Glover David Wright appears to be nearing good health.
Mangold clears Jets' cap space
He may have been of the best centers in football, but had the New York Jets kept Pro Bowl center Nick Mangold, it would've cost them over $9 million next season. The 33-year-old center missed eight games last season due to an ankle injury.
Taking a big cut in 2017
For these four teams, 2017 will look a lot different on the field and on the balance sheet. Each team made significant cuts to their payrolls for the upcoming season.
The head of the baseball players' union says "that page has been turned" in the spat regarding New York Yankees president Randy Levine and what he said about reliever Dellin Betances' agents.
Melo's got a knack for late theatrics
Per the Elias Sports Bureau, Saturday was third time this season that Carmelo Anthony has hit a game-winning field goal within the last five seconds of either the fourth quarter or OT, the most for any NBA player this season. Melo has the most such field goals of any player in the league since his rookie season of 2003-04.
Carmelo Anthony's jumper with 0.3 seconds left rescued a Knicks team that will be running more triangle offense the rest of the season.
Chapman brings heat at historic pace
Although he left at the trade deadline last season and helped the Cubs win the World Series title, closer Aroldis Chapman has returned to the Bronx and brings his historically good fastball back with him too.
Yankees retooling and reloading
When the Yankees take the field in 2017, their lineup will look very different from the ones in years past. According to ESPN's Keith Law, the Yankees have the second-best farm system behind Atlanta.
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