The Nets Could Have Had It All With Dr. J

Kevin Loughery and Julius Erving share a city, Atlanta, a golf club and an emotional connection to a basketball allegory told inharmoniously in three distinct parts — what was, what might have been and what now has become. In other words: the

Hideki Matsuyama Charges Into the Lead at the Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The third round of the Masters tournament began Saturday with a gusting wind that bedeviled the field and seemed to make the firm, already crusty Augusta National Golf Club greens more parched, speedy and vexing. Then, just before 4

Alex Rodriguez Near Deal to Purchase Timberwolves and Lynx

Alex Rodriguez, the former Yankees star and three-time American League most valuable player, and Marc Lore, an e-commerce billionaire who is close to Rodriguez, signed a letter of intent on Saturday to purchase the N.B.A.’s Minnesota Timberwolves and the W.N.B.A.’s Minnesota Lynx,

Mets and Yankees are Both Shut Out in Frustrating Losses

Jazz Chisholm Jr. watched Jacob deGrom’s first 100 mile-per-hour fastball whiz by and wasn’t impressed. “People were saying, ‘It’s an angry 100, it gets on you,’” the Marlins’ brazen, blue-haired Bahamian said. “It didn’t really get on me like I was expecting.”

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