Good morning New York sports fans! Here's your Morning Coffee, your one-stop SB Nation New York sports stop, for April 4, 2012:
On just 11 shots the New York Rangers snagged a 4-0 lead and never looked back Tuesday, as they downed the Philadelphia Flyers 5-3. The victory helped the Rangers win the Eastern Conference outright for the first time since 1993-94 and cap a six-game series sweep of their Atlantic Division rivals.
Despite Carmelo Anthony netting a game-high 39 points, New York fell at Indiana 112-104. The Knicks lead on the Milwaukee Bucks for the last-playoff spot is now just 1 1/2 games. Just 23 days remaining in the regular season.
IKE DAVIS' WALK-OFF HOMER DOWNS YANKEES
Hey, it may be just Spring Training baseball, but New York Mets' first basemen Ike Davis smacked a walk-off home run on Tuesday to down the New York Yankees, 7-6. It's OK Yankee fans, keep your chin up your team will be fine.
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Ladies and gentlemen, the 2012 MLB Season begins on Wednesday night, as the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Miami Marlins at the new Miami Park in Miami Garden, FL -- that's a lot of Miami. The ESPN broadcast is schedule for 7 p.m. ET.
“The uniform is great, man,’’ said Victor Cruz, who modeled the Giants’ uniform, joining an array of NFL stars. “It’s comfortable, it’s light, it feels good to wear.’’