New York teams

LeBron sinks game-winning shot to beat Nets (0:27)

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James' game winner vs. the Brooklyn Nets from above.


LeBron makes last-second game-winner

The game was tied with the clock winding down, and LeBron James hit the winner to give him 26 points and sink the Nets, 90-88. Box score

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Final: Cavs 90 Nets 88. LeBron James sinks Brooklyn to 3-13 by hitting a floater with one second left. Final 10 Brooklyn possessions -- counting Jarrett Jack's missed heave at the buzzer -- produced five points -- all on made free throws. James 21-5 in his last 26 regular season games vs. the Nets.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets give up five 3s and go 7-for-19 from the field in the third quarter, trail Cleveland 69-68. Hollis-Jefferson has 5 steals.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

The Nets lead by as many as 12, but a questionable inbounds violation paved the way for a Cleveland comeback. Brooklyn leads 50-44 at the half. Lopez has 16 points, 5 rebounds and 2 blocks.

Halftime: Nets 50, Cavaliers 44

Brook Lopez has 16 points and Jarrett Jack has 10 to lead the Nets to 50 percent shooting (19-of-38) in the first half in Cleveland. LeBron James started off 1-of-5 from the field, but finished the half with 10 points. Follow live

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Predicting the Jets' inactives for tomorrow against the Dolphins: CB Darrelle Revis (injured), S Dion Bailey (injured), DE Mike Catapano, QB Bryce Petty, WR Kenbrell Thompkins, G Dakota Dozier and T Ben Ijalana. It seems fairly straightforward this week.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

10 points from Lopez, 6 assists from Jack, 6 rebounds from Hollis-Jefferson and a 24-17 Nets lead in Cleveland after one quarter.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis says he gets advice from Phil Jackson nearly every day. The rookie says Jackson, the Knicks president, "lets Coach [Derek] Fisher do all the work, but then he comes up to guys and tells little details about the offense, something maybe that all the other coaches didn't see. Phil's always there and he sees other things, and he's very helpful for me... It's the best place for me to be right now, alongside with him."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets starters in Cleveland: Jack, Hollis-Jefferson, Johnson, Young, Lopez

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets third-string PG Donald Sloan (illness) is inactive tonight. F/C Willie Reed (torn UCL right thumb) is active, though he just did some non-contact things in Friday's practice, and it would be a surprise if he plays. Reed has yet to play this season due to his injury.

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Giants watching things fall their way

Talk about a fruitful vacation. Since they last played, the Giants have watched their NFC East brethren lose four of five games. A win on Sunday would leave New York up two games in the division with five weeks to go.

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Which Nets can help you in DFS?

Brooklyn C Brook Lopez and PF Thaddeus Young have proven to be reliable fantasy players throughout this season. PG Shane Larkin can be a risky upside play against the Cavs on Saturday. DFS best buys (Insider)

Flyers shut out Rangers (0:52)
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Jumbo Jets receivers should shine

The Dolphins' group of cornerbacks isn't known for its size. That's good news for Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall in Sunday's game, Matthew Berry writes. Berry: Love/Hate

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Rangers, Bruins coaches trade barbs

Rangers coach Alain Vigneault responded to Bruins coach Claude Julien calling out New York goalie Henrik Lundqvist for what Julien saw as embellishment on a penalty from Friday's game. "Everybody saw the knee to the head," Vigneault said. "The comments on [Lundqvist] were very inappropriate."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a look at Derek Fisher taking part in post-practice 3-point shooting drills:

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Show Eli Manning the love this week

The Giants QB isn't just coming off of an extra week of preparation. He also gets to face a leaky Washington defense that's only getting weaker. Berry: Love/Hate