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Aaron Judge loves KD's dunk (0:39)
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Porzingis exits with knee injury, Knicks prevail (0:51)
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Judge: Can't wait to play alongside Stanton

Aaron Judge can't wait to get to spring training and start learning from new Yankees teammate Giancarlo Stanton, saying "we're just adding not only great players but quality guys as well."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis says that he isn't in significant pain at the moment and it's a good sign that he's standing on his own. He's uncertain about playing Saturday but he says he'll know more after being examined tomorrow.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek said Kristaps Porzingis originally tweaked his knee in the first half and it bothered him again in the third. Doctors will look at Porzingis again tomorrow. Unclear if ell get x-ray or MRI.

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Thomas' triple secures Knicks win (0:40)
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Lee hits back-to-back baskets (0:52)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Impressive win for the Knicks, who beat Brooklyn behind 27 points from Courtney Lee and 15 off the bench from Michael Beasley. Key plays from Frank Ntilikina, Ron Baker and Lance Thomas down the stretch as New York was without Kristaps Porzingis in the 2nd half due to a left knee injury. The severity of the injury is unclear.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Barclays Center filled with "Let's go Knicks" chants with New York up 108-100 with 30 seconds to play.

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Ntilikina goes coast-to-coast (0:19)
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Porzingis exits vs. Nets with left knee soreness

Kristaps Porzingis left the Knicks' game at Brooklyn in the third quarter Thursday night because of a sore left knee and is unsure whether he can play Saturday against Oklahoma City in Carmelo Anthony's first game back at MSG.

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Porzingis leaves game, will not return (0:49)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis will not return due to a sore left knee, Knicks say.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis left the court with an apparent knee injury.

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Lee hits a nice 3 (0:28)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. described the stress injury in his lower left leg as ‘serious' a few times when speaking with the media tonight and said he's going to wait until he's 100 percent healthy before he returns. "I'm going to take everything slow," Hardaway Jr. said. "I'm not going to force the issue cause this is a serious injury and I don't want it to hit me in the long run." Hardaway Jr. said the injury has been healing well and that he feels better. He hopes to be cleared to run soon but doesn't want to put a deadline on his return because he doesn't want to be disappointed if he doesn't hit the deadline. The shooting guard added that his current ailment is unrelated to any previous injuries. He has been out since Dec. 3 and will be re-evaluated Tuesday.

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Beasley makes sweet move to the basket (0:20)
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Porzingis throws it down in Brooklyn (0:17)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. says the stress injury in his lower leg is feeling better. He hasn't been cleared to run yet but is hoping to soon. The Knicks say he'll be re-evaluated on Tuesday but Hardaway Jr. says he could be cleared at any point. He was asked if he has a stress reaction or stress fracture. He said all he's heard is that it's a stress injury.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: Five players returned to practice, including RB Eli McGuire (ankle) and CB Mo Claiborne (foot). They're hopeful that McGuire will be able to play; Claiborne is a safe bet to play. RB Matt Forte (knee) didn't practice and will be a game-time decision, but all signs point to him playing. NT Steve McLendon showed up on the report with a hip injury.

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Giants will have 'a long day' against the Eagles (0:29)

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