Woeful Knicks on slow learning curve under Jackson regime

NEW YORK - In a season full of hope in the first full campaign under club president Phil Jackson, the New York Knicks are struggling with a new offense, a rookie coach and a frustrated star in Carmelo Anthony.

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Black-market chemist pleads guilty in U.S. baseball doping scandal

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Wust skates among the greats after Sochi

- Dutch speedskater Ireen Wust's haul of five medals in Sochi equaled the biggest individual tally at a single Winter Games and cast her amongst the Olympic greats, but it offered no guarantees about her funding to carry on.

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Warrior spirit leads Nishikori to new heights

LONDON - There comes a moment in all great sporting careers when the puzzle fits together and for Kei Nishikori it arrived on a sweltering early September afternoon in New York.

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Viktor vindicated as Russian switch pays off

SEOUL - Whether 'V' stands for 'victory', 'vindication' or 'vengeance', Viktor Ahn wrote his new name in the record books by winning three more short track golds at the Sochi Olympics, repaying the faith his adopted country Russia had showed in him.

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Djokovic and Williams take ITF annual honors

LONDON - Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have been named 2014 World Champions by the International Tennis Federation (ITF).

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Best of the Asian Games

Highlights from the 17th Asian Games.


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Jeter plays his last game at Yankee Stadium.