New York Teams

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Bad news for those who want to see the Knicks tank the rest of the season: Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose are expected to play and start tonight against the Miami Heat.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The NBA's independent medical expert has concluded that Joakim Noah is physically able to play. His 20-game suspension for violating the league's anti-drug policy will begin with Wednesday's game. He will miss the first 12 games of the 2017-18 season.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Scouts from at least nine different teams are attending the Fordham pro day. Draft-eligible players from eight New York area schools are participating, hoping to catch someone's eye. It's not quite Ohio State or Alabama -- no sign of Todd McShay -- but you never know. In 2011, a no-name receiver from Monmouth (N.J.) named Chris Hogan showed up at the Fordham pro day. You may have seen him winning a Super Bowl with the Patriots.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees starting shortstop on Opening Day looks as if it will be 5-foot-7 Ronald Torreyes. At this point, he is expected to be backed up by slick fielding, light hitting Pete Kozma. The Yankees have sent Tyler Wade, a 22-year-old prospect, to minor league camp. Didi Gregorius is expected to be out around 6 weeks with his shoulder injury.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Philadelphia's win over Brooklyn leaves the Knicks (28-46) and Sixers in a tie for the NBA's 5th-worst record. Both teams are a game 'behind' Orlando (27-47) in the tanking standings.

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Undermanned 76ers down Nets (0:57)
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Anderson throws down athletic reverse (0:22)
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Anderson with the rejection (0:26)
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