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Morning Coffee! Nets Up, Knicks Down

Good morning, New York-area sports fans! A slightly later than usual Morning Coffee! today -- it is Saturday, after all.

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  • NBA: The New York Knicks have seen enough of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Maybe the Knicks should stick with playing the big boys after suffering another humbling loss to the Cavaliers Friday night, 119-115. Cleveland has won all three meetings this season, two since the Knicks acquired Carmelo Anthony. ... The New Jersey Nets had to go all the way to London to pull it off, but they got their first victory since the trade for Deron Williams Friday, defeating the Toronto Raptors, 116-103.
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  • College Basketball: Today is the final day of the Big East Conference men's basketball regular season. Check out our preview of today's action.
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  • NHL: The New Jersey Devils just keep on winning. Friday night the Devils defeated Pittsburgh, 2-1, in overtime. The Devils are still nine points out of the Eastern Conference playoffs. If they can get there, they could be really difficult to beat. The back-sliding New York Rangers needed a victory Friday and got one, defeating Ottawa, 4-1. The Rangers are barely hanging on to a playoff berth at the moment. ... Trevor Gillies of the New York Islanders will sit for 10 games for his hit on Minnesota's Cal Clutterbuck. Gillies had just finished a nine-game suspension.
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  • MLB: The door is open for highly-touted prospect Jesus Montero to make the New York Yankees Opening Day roster now that backup catcher Francisco Cervelli has suffered a broken foot that will sideline him for about two months.
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