New York Teams

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tough test for Kristaps Porzingis tonight: he's matched up against Blake Griffin and trying to shake off a shooting slump. He's made one of his first four (a post-up over Griffin) and has two early turnovers.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek on one of biggest differences on offense between last season and this season: "I think it's probably more ball movement and body movement. This group of guys, there are some really good guys who cut off the ball," he said, mentioning Tim Hardaway Jr., Courtney Lee and Tim Hardaway Jr. as strong cutters. "We're not standing around as much, having one guy just go to it. We have to be careful that, sometimes when KP gets the ball in there that we're not all just standing there, watching. We're trying to work on that of cutting from the weak side and keeping constant movement so teams can't double him."

One-man play remembers The Butt Fumble (2:34)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek cautions that he's not a doctor but says Tim Hardaway Jr. may be dealing with plantar fasciitis in his foot.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Damyean Dotson had 23 points, 6 rebounds and three assists in the G League on Sunday for Westchester. He's back with the Knicks' big club on Monday for its game against the Clippers. It's a transition Dotson has made a few times this season, and it's one he takes seriously and uses to his advantage. If he's on the bench during a Knicks game, Dotson says he's focused on studying how Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee perform in the Knicks' offensive and defensive schemes. He then applies that to his games in Westchester, which he says has helped his development significantly. Dotson's professional approach to his D League appearances is one of the reasons why Knicks coaches and management are excited about the second-round pick. Also, no matter if he's with the Knicks' NBA team or the G League club, Dotson has the same pre-game routine: praying for the health of all players involved, and praying for a victory.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. (sore foot) will play tonight against the Clippers.

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3hJordan Raanan

Grading the quarterback play for the Giants

Eli Manning hasn't done his part to carry the team when the Giants needed him most. However, he hasn't been bad. But he also hasn't been good. He's been closer to average; hence the mediocre grade.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Starting right guard DJ Fluker is expected to miss Thursday's game with a toe injury, per source. It's considered a week to week injury.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

If the Giants had held a practice Monday players such as Olivier Vernon (shoulder) and Damon Harrison (ankle) would not have practiced. Orleans Darkwa (hamstring) and Sterling Shepard (illness) limited.

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4hRich Cimini

Grading the quarterback play for the Jets

At 38 years old, Josh McCown is having a career year, and is the main reason why the Jets have four wins. With a 69 percent completion rate, McCown might have played his way into the team's 2018 plans.

Do the Giants deserve credit for win over Chiefs? (1:31)
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Stick to your day job

The Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen intercepted Giants RB Shane Vereen and New York's Landon Collins picked off a pass from Kansas City TE Travis Kelce during Sunday's game. It was only the second game in the Super Bowl era in which each team threw an interception by a non-quarterback. The other game was a 30–19 Broncos win over the Chargers on Nov. 11, 1973. San Diego WR Ron Holliday threw an interception and so did Denver K Jim Turner. (Elias Sports Bureau)


Assessing Suspensions

Don La Greca is joined by NHL Network's E.J. Hradek as they discuss league suspensions, the overachieving Winnipeg Jets and the recent struggles of the L.A. Kings.

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Nets' bold strategy didn't pay off

Most teams don't make a habit of leaving Steph Curry open, but he got loose for 11 uncontested shots Sunday in Brooklyn. Curry drilled 10 of those attempts, including three from beyond the arc, to account for 23 of his game-high 39 points.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Eli Manning gave a "fiery speech" to the Giants prior to Sunday's game. Orleans Darkwa said when Eli talks it holds weight. If the two Super Bowl rings don't say enough, nothing will.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Orleans Darkwa was banged up late in Sunday's game. He called it a few minor things, plans to be "ready to go" Thursday night vs. the Redskins.

1927 Yankees diary

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