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Melo-led Knicks get best of Garnett, Celtics Updated Jan 24, 2013
Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points and won his rematch with Kevin Garnett as the New York Knicks ended an 11-game losing streak in Boston with an 89-86 victory over the Celtics on Thursday night.
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  • Tom Brady’s crazy mansion cost $20 million … and it has a moat Jan 24, 2013
    At least when Tom Brady is watching the Super Bowl at home, he will do so in style. He also doesn't have to worry about his house being plundered during the big game, considering he has a moat out front. Yeah, that's right. A moat. The Detroit Free Pres…
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  • Despite Rondo's triple-double, Celtics beaten by Knicks Jan 24, 2013
    Despite Rondo's triple-double, Celtics beaten by Knicks
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  • Do you have an inspirational story, good deed story, or just a Big Fan of the Patriots? Jan 24, 2013
    If you have an inspiring story to share or you know someone doing good for others, such as, people, or animals, then let us know by sending an email to me. That way I get your name and the story as accurate as I can. If you are a huge Patriots fan or kn…
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  • New England’s Wide Receiver Woes: Who should Stay and Who Should Go? Jan 24, 2013
    New England loves their system, and rightfully so, it is a good one. They make the playoffs every year with Tom Brady at the helm and Belichick as the head coach. The offense doesn’t change, no matter the coordinator, and the defense looks the same ever
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  • Argos GM: Armstead a first-round NFL talent Jan 24, 2013
    The Patriots signed defensive lineman Armond Armstead yesterday, and his old boss thinks they got a steal. The former Southern Cal standout, who left the program after suffering a heart attack, played for the Toronto Argonauts last season, and Argos gen…
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  • Francona back in Boston to receive award Jan 24, 2013
    Terry Francona, who won two World Series championships in his eight years as manager of the Red Sox, was back in town to receive the Judge Emil Fuchs Award, a Boston Baseball Writers award presented for long and meritorious service to the game.
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  • Thousands attend visitation for Musial in St. Louis Jan 24, 2013
    ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The entrance to the Cathedral Basilica looked more like that of a St. Louis Cardinals game on Thursday, just the way Stan Musial would have liked it.
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  • Russell Shepard: LSU WR Jan 24, 2013
    Russell Shepard, the wide out from LSU, who also played some RB and wildcat at LSU, is entering this year’s draft. Some draft experts believe Shepard will be anywhere from a 6th rd pick to 7th rd pick, or a undrafted free agent signee. The Patriots coul
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  • Pedro Martinez rejoins Sox as assistant to GM Jan 24, 2013
    Pedro Martinez rejoins the Red Sox as a special assistant to GM Ben Cherington.
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  • Red Sox avoid arbitration with reliever Breslow Jan 24, 2013
    BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston Red Sox signed left-handed pitcher Craig Breslow on Thursday.
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  • Arbitration-eligible Aviles still waiting on deal Jan 24, 2013
    Indians manager Terry Francona knows what he has in Mike Aviles from their time together with the Red Sox, but the arbitration-eligible Aviles needs a contract first.
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  • Kyle Arrington wants to return to Pats, but no talks yet Jan 24, 2013
    Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington hasn’t had much stability in his time with the team. He joined the team as a member of the practice squad in 2009, worked himself into a special teams role that turned into a role in the secondary, moved in and out of
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  • Patriots take a flier on Mike Kafka Jan 24, 2013
    One of the first items of business for teams when their seasons end is to sign guys to future contracts for the following year, usually their practice squaders. The Patriots did a bit of that business as well, but threw in a quarterback who might still …
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  • Thursday morning one-liners Jan 24, 2013
    While at the Senior Bowl, Bills GM Buddy Nix said QB, LB and WR were prioirity positions for his team. The Dolphins got some support from their local government for their stadium project. Patriots CB (and free agent) Kyle Arrington said his preference w…
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  • Video - Melo, Knicks Hand Celtics Fifth Straight Loss 01:03

    Melo, Knicks Hand Celtics Fifth Straight Loss

    Jan 24
    Knicks win in Boston for first time since November 2006 behind 28 points from Carmelo Anthony.