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Nets Reportedly Make Decision On Kyrie Irving Contract

The Brooklyn Nets shocked the basketball world a few years ago when they were able to land both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant in free agency. After making a trade for James Harden, it looked like the Nets were set up for years of success. However, the 2021-22 season saw the Big 3 evaporate after the Nets were forced to trade a disgruntled Harden.
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Mets, Guardians Have Agreed To Outfielder Trade

The New York Mets acquired outfielder Daniel Johnson from the Cleveland Guardians on Wednesday. According to Newsday's Tim Healey, the Mets will send the 26-year-old to their Triple-A affiliate in Syracuse after acquiring him for cash considerations. Johnson is a career .202/.245/.337 hitter through 94 career MLB plate appearances, most...

Yankees Announce Decision On Giancarlo Stanton

New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton left Tuesday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles due to calf tightness. On Wednesday, the team issued an update on his status. Stanton has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a right calf strain. The slugger underwent an MRI on his calf...

Paterson PD: Detectives Nab Neighborhood Drug-Dealing Pair

If a pair of drug dealers thought they'd keep a low profile in a quiet Paterson east side neighborhood, they were mistaken, police said. Detectives seized nearly 1,300 heroin folds, a combined 73 Percocet and Xanax pills, 20 bags of crack and a half-pound of pot during warranted searches, Public Safety Director Jerry Speziale said.

MLB World Reacts To Frustrating Yankees Fan Video

In the latest case of poor Yankees fan behavior, a member of the home team's crowd robbed a child of an Aaron Judge baseball and the memory of a lifetime. When a ball was fouled off to right field , New York's star slugger attempted to hand a young fan a souvenir before a grown man's arm reached over and grabbed it away.

NYC Doctors allegedly left a breathing tube in a patient for 30 years

His life nearly went down the tubes. Doctors at Elmhurst Medical Center left a 10-inch breathing tube in a Queens man’s body — and didn’t realize the mistake or retrieve it for an astounding 30 more years, according to a lawsuit. “I just feel like … a little angry. Just for the simple fact that they left this inside of me,” the former patient, Rene Remache, 39, told The Post. “It could have been worse than what the outcome was. I thank God I am still here. I have a beautiful daughter that I might not have been raising.” The twisted...
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NYC overnight shootings leave at least two people hurt

At least two people were hurt in overnight shootings across the city, the NYPD said. Shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday, a 17-year-old boy was shot in the leg on the 700 block of Hendrix Street, near New lots Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn, police said. There are no arrests or description of the gunman, cops said. The teen was taken to Brookdale Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
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Ray Liotta spun pizza pies in New Jersey long before ‘Goodfellas’

Years before Ray Liotta landed meaty roles in “Field of Dreams” and “Goodfellas,” the charismatic actor was rolling in dough at a pizzeria in Cranford, NJ. Liotta was boyhood pals with Vincent Preziosi, Jr., whose mom, Ronnie, now 93, and dad, Vincent Sr., started Pizza House/Pizza Chef in Newark in the 1950s before relocating the business to Cranford in 1970.

All About Bobby Wooten III, Katie Holmes' New Boyfriend

Katie Holmes and her new boyfriend Bobby Wooten III appeared on the red carpet together on Thursday, May 26. They were attending The Moth’s 25th Anniversary gala, The Silver Ball, held at Spring Studios in New York City. The 43-year-old Dawson's Creek star stepped out with the 33-year-old Grammy nominee, getting affectionate in front of the cameras.

Woman stabbed in leg in broad daylight in NYC, chilling video shows

A woman was stabbed Wednesday during a vicious broad-daylight attack in Manhattan that was captured on video. Footage obtained by The Post shows a man repeatedly plunging what appears to be a knife into the victim’s lower body at around 1 p.m. in front of 379 Eighth Ave. near West 29th St. in Chelsea, cops said. The woman then falls to the sidewalk in distress, as people walk around her, the chilling video shows. The victim was stabbed in the leg and rushed to Bellevue Hospital, cops said. Her condition wasn’t immediately available. The attacker, who was believed to be in his 20s, fled and was being sought by police. He was was wearing a black sweater, black sweatpants and a red head-covering. It wasn’t immediately clear if he knew the victim or what led up to the attack.
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Rangers vs. Hurricanes prediction, odds: 2022 Stanley Cup playoff picks, Game 6 best bets by proven NHL expert

The 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs will continue on Saturday with Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals between the New York Rangers and the Carolina Hurricanes. Carolina holds the 3-2 edge in the series coming off a 3-1 win in Game 5 where it outshot New York 34-17. However, now the series returns to Manhattan, where the Rangers have only lost once all postseason in a triple-overtime classic to start their series against the Penguins. So can the Rangers use home-ice advantage to force a Game 7?
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Alleged cancer charity scammer could face seven years in prison

A former Wall Street crook with ties to the Mafia allegedly set up two dozen fake cancer charities across the country and scammed donors out of more than $150,000, prosecutors charge. Starting in 2014, Ian Hosang, 63, of Staten Island, began establishing fake non-profits with legitimate-sounding names, including “American Cancer...

NYC pastor explains how he became involved in subway shooting suspect’s surrender

The politically-connected Brooklyn pastor who said he helped broker the surrender of the man charged with killing Goldman Sachs employee Daniel Enriquez also claims he planned to hand-deliver the suspect to his pal, Mayor Eric Adams, who was supposed to be waiting at the police precinct. Bishop Lamor Whitehead explained the plan in a Wednesday night phone interview with The Post and said he did “what I needed to do” to “protect the community” from suspect Andrew Abdullah following the unprovoked Sunday shooting of Enriquez aboard a Q train in Manhattan. Abdullah was ultimately arrested Tuesday outside of the Manhattan Legal...