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Back in Baltimore, Carmelo Anthony Keeps His Remarks Low-Key

Back in Baltimore, Carmelo Anthony Keeps His Remarks Low-Key

Carmelo Anthony has two seasons left on his contract with the Knicks — a contract that contains a no-trade clause.
The Knick Who’s Barely 19: Ntilikina Is ‘Enjoying the Moment’

The Knick Who’s Barely 19: Ntilikina Is ‘Enjoying the Moment’

Frank Ntilikina, the Knicks’ first round pick, awaits the N.B.A. season at his agent’s house in New Jersey.
An Eye for Talent, a Place in History: Making Her Mark in Baseball Scouting

An Eye for Talent, a Place in History: Making Her Mark in Baseball Scouting

Amanda Hopkins, center, is about to complete her second year as an area scout for the Mariners, a position that has made her a part of baseball history. She is the first full-time female baseball
Extra Bases: In Phillies’ Gloomy Season, Rookie Rhys Hoskins Is a Beacon

Extra Bases: In Phillies’ Gloomy Season, Rookie Rhys Hoskins Is a Beacon

Philadelphia’s Rhys Hoskins hit 11 home runs in just 18 career games, reaching that total faster than any player in major league history. “It’s just one of those things: I’m not missing,” he said.
On Pro Basketball: LeBron James’s Future May Depend on Nets’ Success or Failure

On Pro Basketball: LeBron James’s Future May Depend on Nets’ Success or Failure

Cleveland’s LeBron James, playing against the Nets last season, can be a free agent next summer.
Atlanta Braves G.M. Resigns Amid M.L.B. Investigation

Atlanta Braves G.M. Resigns Amid M.L.B. Investigation

John Coppolella in 2015. He resigned on Monday as general manager of the Atlanta Braves after an M.L.B. investigation revealed serious rules violations in the international player market.
On Baseball: How the Astros Went From Nowhere to the Brink of the World Series

On Baseball: How the Astros Went From Nowhere to the Brink of the World Series

Carlos Correa of the Houston Astros after driving in the winning run against the Yankees in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series on Saturday. Correa was the No. 1 pick in baseball’s 2012
M.L.B. Bars Former Braves Executive in Signings Scandal

M.L.B. Bars Former Braves Executive in Signings Scandal

John Coppolella, who resigned as general manager of the Atlanta Braves in October, was banned for life by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for running a brazen scheme to violate rules on international
On Pro Basketball: When the Knicks Visit Dallas, Only One Thing Will Be Missing

On Pro Basketball: When the Knicks Visit Dallas, Only One Thing Will Be Missing

Mark Cuban, who has owned the Dallas Mavericks for 18 years, giving a routine interview in 2009. The StairMaster’s area of American Airlines Center was supposedly off limits to the news media, but
At African Soccer Event, Games of Cat and Mouse

At African Soccer Event, Games of Cat and Mouse

Guinea’s captain, Ibrahima Sankhon, center, aboard the team bus. Scouts at the African Nations Championship in Morocco took a keen interest in Sankhon, a midfielder eager to make a move to Europe.
Expanding Its N.F.L. Coverage, Fox Will Broadcast Draft

Expanding Its N.F.L. Coverage, Fox Will Broadcast Draft

Last year’s N.F.L. draft was held in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Rangers Trade Rick Nash to the Boston Bruins

Rangers Trade Rick Nash to the Boston Bruins

New York Rangers right wing Rick Nash, left, checks Dallas Stars left wing Antoine Roussel this month. Nash was traded to the Boston Bruins, the Rangers announced on Sunday.
Arizona Sticking With Sean Miller Despite Allegations

Arizona Sticking With Sean Miller Despite Allegations

Sean Miller, 49, is 242-72 over eight-plus seasons at Arizona.
Pac-12 Task Force Recommends Sweeping Changes in Wake of N.C.A.A. Investigation

Pac-12 Task Force Recommends Sweeping Changes in Wake of N.C.A.A. Investigation

Larry Scott, the Pacific-12 comissioner, said the time was “well past” for incremental changes in college basketball.
Jets Acquire No. 3 Overall Draft Pick From the Colts

Jets Acquire No. 3 Overall Draft Pick From the Colts

Jets General Manager Mike Maccagnan has been zeroing in on prospective quarterbacks in this year’s N.F.L. draft.
Top Private Schools Bring In the Power Elite (and the Power Forwards)

Top Private Schools Bring In the Power Elite (and the Power Forwards)

Saddiq Bey, taking a free throw for Sidwell Friends School this season, is expected to play major college basketball even though his high school has not historically produced such talents.
Book Excerpt: How Do Athletes’ Brains Control Their Movements?

Book Excerpt: How Do Athletes’ Brains Control Their Movements?

The neuroscientist Jason Sherwin wearing an EEG device that helps measure the timing of a batter’s decision to swing or not.
Jack Hughes Is Just 16, but His Stock Is Rising Fast

Jack Hughes Is Just 16, but His Stock Is Rising Fast

Jack Hughes, 16, played only 27 games in the United States Hockey League this season, but finished with 21 goals and 33 assists.
Jack Hughes Is Just 16, but His Stock Is Rising Fast

Jack Hughes Is Just 16, but His Stock Is Rising Fast

Jack Hughes, 16, played only 27 games in the United States Hockey League this season, but finished with 21 goals and 33 assists.