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Atkinson on Hollis-Jefferson injury: ‘Not as bad as China’

Atkinson on Hollis-Jefferson injury: ‘Not as bad as China’
  • Atkinson on Hollis-Jefferson injury: ‘Not as bad as China’ FWC: Atkinson on Hollis-Jefferson injury: ‘Not as bad as China’

    In terms of injury updates, this was a new one. “Not as bad as China,” Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said Monday. “Not nearly as bad.” He was talking about Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, who suffered a right adductor strain Saturday night against the Bucks — the same injury that cost him more…

  • DOE incompetence makes a mockery of all de Blasio’s grand school visions FWC: DOE incompetence makes a mockery of all de Blasio’s grand school visions

    A few days ago, New York Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza got incensed about charter schools drawing self-flattering comparisons between their performance and that of public schools. “Don’t talk about our schools,” Carranza lectured. “Because our schools belong to the community, and we’re going to do what we need to do…

  • Earthquake: 2.6 quake strikes near Santa Monica FWC: Earthquake: 2.6 quake strikes near Santa Monica

    A shallow magnitude 2.6 earthquake was reported Friday afternoon in Santa Monica’s Ocean Park neighborhood, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 5:07 p.m. Pacific time at a depth of 4.3 miles. According to the USGS, the epicenter was one mile from Venice and four miles…

  • Man who fatally shot brother sentenced to 15 years in prison FWC: Man who fatally shot brother sentenced to 15 years in prison

    The Sioux Falls man pleaded guilty manslaughter in an accidental shooting.

  • George W. Bush Delivers Pizza to Secret Service, Calls for Government to Re-Open FWC: George W. Bush Delivers Pizza to Secret Service, Calls for Government to Re-Open

    Former President George W. Bush and ex-first lady Laura Bush on Friday delivered pizzas to U.S. Secret Service agents, calling on Republicans and Democrats to find a solution to the partial government shutdown.

  • Clock is ticking as Yankees await fate of Sonny Gray trade FWC: Clock is ticking as Yankees await fate of Sonny Gray trade

    One way or another, the Yankees will get some clarity on their Sonny Gray saga Monday. The Reds and Yankees have a trade for the pitcher on the table, sources confirmed to The Post’s Dan Martin, but it is reportedly contingent on Gray agreeing to a contract extension in Cincinnati,…

  • PSA: Throw Boiling Water At Your Own Risk FWC: PSA: Throw Boiling Water At Your Own Risk

    People in the Midwest are learning the hard way that throwing boiling water can lead to seriously painful burns.

  • Knicks need to show they have changed to lure top free agents FWC: Knicks need to show they have changed to lure top free agents

    The fans at the Garden did their part, cheering Kyrie Irving when he was introduced as part of the Celtics’ starting lineup Friday night and again in the third quarter when they began chanting: “We want Ky-rie.” The Celtics guard had said earlier in the day to wait until July…