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New York: The mixed up files of New York City


The GIST: The Knicks are on fire, and the Mets are leading the National League East. If you're thinking that New York has entered The Upside Down...you might be right.

April 26, 2021
Source: Mets/Twitter.com
Source: Mets/Twitter.com

๐Ÿ€NBA: The Knicks, who are now fourth in the Eastern Conference, earned their ninth straight win (!!!) on Saturday, beating the Toronto Raptors 120โ€“103. Julius Randle has put the team on his back, scoring 30 points or more in six of the last seven games. Youโ€™re right, LeBron, weโ€™re all better off when the Knicks are winning. 

  • Meanwhile in Brooklyn, the Nets have risen to the top of the Eastern Conference thanks to the return of Kevin Durant and a 128โ€“119 win over the Suns yesterday. Get ready, New York, this postseason is going to be fun. 

โšพ๏ธMLB: The Mets capped off their 2-1 series win over the Washington Nationals with a 4โ€“0 victory yesterday. The highlight? The Metsโ€™ defense and strength from the mound โ€” pitcher Jacob deGrom threw a career-high 15 strikeouts in Fridayโ€™s win, and Taijuan Walker threw seven scoreless innings yesterday. LFGM!

At the same time, the Yankees missed out on a sweep of Cleveland, losing 7โ€“3 in the teamsโ€™ fourth straight meeting yesterday. The Yanksโ€™ pitching continues to struggle, but at least the defense is laying it all out there.