Up by 17 points in the third quarter, the Knicks relied on Anthony’s shot with 0.3 of a second left to escape. Anthony finished the game with 37 points.
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Mayfield was arrested and charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in Fayetteville, Ark., early Saturday.
Starting with Sunday’s season-opening Daytona 500, leaders at various stages of races, not just at the finish, will earn points.
Ryan Palmer and the PGA Tour newcomer Wesley Bryan shared the lead at nine under par in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., heading into weekend play.
Judge, who is competing to start in right field, hit a home run that struck the top of the 40-foot scoreboard in the Yankee’s 9-4 win over the Phillies.
Haren, a three-time All-Star, is in a newly created position of pitching strategist for an Arizona team that finished one game out of last place last year.
The reality TV star, who supported Donald Trump during his campaign, said his order rescinding bathroom rights was “a disaster.”
Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin pulled out of a World Cup race in Switzerland because of snow that was described as too soft to be safe.
Lisa Borders, the league president, responded to Wiggins’s statements in an interview that the league was “toxic” and its culture was “very, very harmful.”
Lucas Duda, who missed four months last season with a stress fracture in his back, received cortisone shots Friday after experiencing stiffness in his hips.
Mangold made two All-Pro teams and seven Pro Bowls after being selected by the Jets in the first round of the 2006 N.F.L. draft.
Mack Beggs entered the Texas state championships undefeated. His family says he’d rather be wrestling boys. Some of his opponents agree.
LeMahieu, who has grown steadily into a star for Colorado, hitting .348 last season, says being traded by Theo Epstein in 2011 still motivates him.
Porzingis sustained the injury during a loss to the Cavaliers on Thursday, and he is likely to miss the Knicks’ game on Saturday. After that, his return is unclear.
Lisa Marvin, a forward on the University of North Dakota women’s team, spent 22 months recovering after being hit by a car.
Until his debut this week, at the Nordic world ski championships in Finland, Adrian Solano had trained on wheels in South America.
Patrick, who is gearing up for Sunday’s season-opening Daytona 500, has switched cars and engines after a year of being an also-ran.
The International Association of Athletics Federations will allow a pole-vaulter, a sprinter and a hammer thrower to participate in a European indoor event next month.
After the team enacted new policies in spring training to limit pitchers’ workloads, the move has been praised by players, Manager Terry Collins said.
With the Rangers trailing by 3-2 in the third period, Adam Clendening tied the score with 4 minutes 25 seconds remaining to give them a chance.
Malik Monk scored 30 of his 33 points in the second half as Kentucky twice rallied from an 8-point deficit.
Claude Julien, recently hired by Montreal for a second time, fulfills an important criterion demanded of a Canadiens coach.
The team’s front-office shake-up is the latest high-profile episode for a team that has long been the N.B.A. standard-bearer for soap opera storylines.
Seth Lugo struck out three in two scoreless innings, Gavin Cecchini and Michael Conforto hit home runs, and the Mets triumphed in Fort Myers, Fla.
McIlroy was called a “bigot” for agreeing to play a round with the president, but he said accepting the invitation was not an endorsement.
The Olympic silver medalist didn’t return to Ethiopia after gaining international attention for crossing his arms above his head at the finish line in a defiant gesture at the Rio Games.
Hamburg’s Wood, who was shepherded from relative obscurity to the starting lineup of the United States national team by Jürgen Klinsmann, is making a quick transition under Bruce Arena.
Gervonta Davis, called the sport’s future by Floyd Mayweather Jr., rose from one of Baltimore’s most blighted neighborhoods.
Mr. Custis is considered by many to have become the first black quarterback in modern pro football when he played the position in Canada in 1951.