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On Pro Basketball -- The Knicks Are Moving Forward, if Only by Baby Steps -- A victory over the Cavaliers showed quiet competence, something the team has been lacking for years. -- Tania Ganguli

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PGA Tour Seeks to Add Saudi Wealth Fund to Lawsuit Over LIV Golf -- A federal judge will decide whether one of the tour's leading avenues to investigate and challenge a new rival can be expanded. -- Alan Blinder

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On Tennis -- With 'Little Steps,' Victoria Azarenka Is Making a Deep Run -- Azarenka has taken a more process-oriented approach than in the past. But the outcomes have been good, too, as she's in an Australian Open semifinal for the first time since she won it all in 2013. -- Christopher Clarey

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Student. Athlete. Mogul? -- Now that college players are allowed to cut sponsorship deals, some of them are raking in the money — but at what cost to the rest? -- Bruce Schoenfeld

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For Some Players at the Australian Open, No Spotlight Is No Problem -- Jessica Pegula leads a cohort of players into the quarterfinals that few outside the locker room were paying attention to before the tournament. In this intensely mental sport, that was a good thing. -- Matthew Futterman

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After 7-Year Wait, a Lifeguard Wins Surfing's Holy Grail in 50-Foot Waves -- Waimea Bay in Hawaii finally delivered conditions fit for one of the world's most elusive surfing events. A local lifeguard beat out the top pro surfers for the trophy. -- Talya Minsberg

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