New York Teams

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Not a huge surprise here, but big man Marshall Plumlee will play for the Knicks in Summer League, per sources. Plumlee was signed as an undrafted free agent last season and many in the organization are high on him due in part to his potential, his energy and his professional approach. So it's not surprising that the club would like to continue to develop him. If Plumlee is under contract o. June 30, as expected, $100,000 of his deal for next season kicks in. His full contract becomes guaranteed if he's on the roster in late October.

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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

D'Angelo Russell says what Magic Johnson said about him and his lack of leadership is "irrelevant" now.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

D'Angelo Russell says he was surprised when the Lakers traded him to Brooklyn.

ESPN Stats & Info

Sanchez and Judge making instant impact

Not many have hit more home runs faster than the Yankees' Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge, who have put up elite power numbers within their first 100 career games.

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Is Tebow being promoted a marketing move for Mets? (1:41)
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Granderson's homer splashes down in McCovey Cove (0:25)
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Bruce slugs his 20th homer of the season (0:24)
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Dodgers take the top spot in Week 12 Power Rankings (1:23)
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Rivera goes yard twice (0:51)
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Rangers hold off Yankees for victory (0:38)

Conforto exits after HBP

New York Mets OF Michael Conforto left Sunday's game in the sixth inning after being hit on the left wrist with a fastball from Giants P Matt Moore. Brandon Nimmo replaced Conforto in left field.

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Mets promote Tim Tebow to Advanced A League (0:55)
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Hicks twists and turns to make the catch (0:27)
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Pineda pushed around

Yankees P Michael Pineda had his stretch of home dominance come to an end Sunday as the Rangers tagged him for seven earned runs in four innings during a 7-6 loss.

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