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Jets announce full training camp schedule
The Jets return to the SUNY campus in Cortland, N.Y. for training camp in about three weeks. The team announced its full camp schedule today, with a total of 14 practices open to the public in Cortland, Long Island and New Jersey. The team will begin practicing Friday, July 27.
Nets agree to deal with Mirza Teletovic, report says
According to a tweet from Howard Beck of the New York Times, the Nets have reached an agreement in principle on a three-year contract with European forward Mirza Teletovic. Teletovic, a 6-9 Bosnian, bought out his contract with his Spanish league team, Saski Baskonia (also known as Caja Laboral) this summer and reports had him wanting to play in the NBA for the Nets or Cleveland Cavaliers.
Agent Keith Glass has mastered the periphery of NBA free agency
Keith Glass throws a foot up on his Red Bank office desk when his BlackBerry starts ringing again. It's Friday, a little more than 36 hours before the start of NBA free agency, and a Western Conference executive is on the line. The news isn't good. But it's not bad, either.
Bradley: Robin Ventura's gentle touch has White Sox in first place
Robin Ventura was leaning against the dugout railing at Yankee Stadium Friday night, casually talking about his first half-season as a Major League manager when he said something that might have seemed odd had he not said it so confidently. "I haven't lost any sleep over losses," Ventura said.
Gov. Chris Christie vetoes budget items
TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie responded to the Democrats' $31.7 billion budget as promised - with a sea of red ink. The Republican governor for the third year in a row made deep cuts to to the budget plan, removing $361 million in spending and instead using that money to double the size of the state's cash reserves.
Bradley: Johan Santana's sharp performance has Terry Collins breathing easier
NEW YORK - And so it took three starts for Johan Santana to get back to the business of hanging zeroes on the scoreboard and not pitches in the strike zone. Crisis averted. "He's back in his routine," Mets manager Terry Collins said after Santana threw six scoreless innings in the Mets' 5-0 victory over the Orioles tonight at Citi Field.
N.J. lawmakers delay action on bill on judges' pensions
TRENTON - Waiting for action from the state Supreme Court, lawmakers tonight delayed action on a measure that would have let voters decide whether New Jersey's judges and justices should have to pay more into their pension and health benefits plan.