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    • Sources: Rockets push into Clips' locker room January 16, 2018
      Houston's James Harden, Chris Paul, Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green pushed into the LA Clippers' locker room Monday night looking to confront Austin Rivers after the Rockets' loss, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
    • D'Antoni accuses Griffin of intentional contact January 16, 2018
      Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said Clippers forward Blake Griffin intentionally made contact with him Monday night before a heated confrontation that led to double technical fouls with 3½ minutes to play.
    • Melo 'done' with refs after Westbrook ejected January 16, 2018
      Thunder guard Russell Westbrook's ejection minutes before the end of Monday's game resulted in a technical foul for coach Billy Donovan and led teammate Carmelo Anthony to say he's "done" with officials.
    • Warriors suffer through cold showers at 'The Q' January 16, 2018
      The Warriors, after taking down the Cavs with a stout fourth quarter in which they shot 53 percent, were cooled off in the visitors' locker room after the win. "Somebody call Bron!" Kevin Durant could be heard yelling.
    • CP3 draws mixed reception in return to L.A. January 16, 2018
      The boos for Chris Paul weren't the reason it was a disappointing return to L.A. for the former Clippers star, with his Rockets falling 113-102 at Staples Center on Monday night.
    • Sources: Giants shift coach search to Shurmur January 15, 2018
      The focus of the New York Giants' coaching search has shifted to Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur. The Giants are planning to schedule a second interview next week with Shurmur, sources told ESPN's Dan Graziano and Chris Mortensen.

Game 53: Long Island 10, York 3

You don’t score 15 runs by accident — even if Bridgeport is sitting in the other dugout.

But even though the York Revolution possess an offense capable of having monster nights at the plate, we’re all still waiting for some consistency. And after the first game of a four-game set in Long Island, we’ll have to wait a little longer.

York lost a 10-3 decision at Citibank Park Thursday night and Ducks’ starter Alay Soler picked up the win. The former New York Met went six innings and only allowed two runs (one earned) while striking out seven in his Ducks’ debut. Meanwhile, Aaron Meytte (4-5) continued his erratic performance this season. He allowed nine runs (six earned), 10 hits and four walks in 4 2/3 innings to take the loss.

Former Oriole Jay Gibbons did some damage against the Revs. He had a double and two RBIs. And Long Island really broke things open in the fifth. The Ducks scored six runs on five hits to mount a 10-1 lead. Donaldo Mendez and P.J. Rose both had three RBIs and Ray Navarette connected for his league-leading 13th homer of the year.

York managed just five hits in the game and Jason Aspito delivered his team-leading ninth homer of the year. 

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