New York Teams

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Pressure on Houston to get Melo deal done (0:46)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks have been informed that the Oklahoma City Thunder are one of the other teams Carmelo Anthony has included on his list, team sources told ESPN.

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Blue Jays top Yankees (1:07)
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Lagares makes impressive diving catch (0:24)
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Cavs added to Melo's wish list (2:18)
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Aoki breaks tie with ground-rule double (0:31)
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Judge smacks solo homer (0:18)
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D'Arnaud goes deep twice for the Mets (0:52)
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Sources: Melo expands list, includes Cavs, OKC

The Knicks have not yet opened training camp, but the Carmelo Anthony intrigue continues. Sources told ESPN that the 10-time All-Star has expanded his wish list of teams that he would like to be traded to -- and it includes the Cavaliers and Thunder.

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Goins surprises Frazier with the hidden-ball trick (0:50)
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Yanks' Frazier: Netting shouldn't be delayed

After speaking with the family of the young girl hit in the face by his foul ball, New York Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier thinks teams should move quickly to expand protective netting at major league ballparks.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Final Jets injury report: They're optimistic that DE Mo Wilkerson (shoulder) will play. On Wednesday, Wilkerson said he's not concerned. Coach Todd Bowles seemed somewhat encouraged today. If TE Will Tye (illness) can't play, it'll create a bigger workload for Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who makes his season debut. That's not ideal; they'd like to bring him back in a modified role.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CB Buster Skrine was fined $24,309 for unnecessary roughness (helmet-to-helmet) on Raiders RB DeAndre Washington.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants TE Evan Engram fined $12,154 for unsportsmanlike conduct against the Lions on Monday night. Odell Beckham Jr. not fined for Jarrad Davis hit.

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