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Family members are reunited after the chaos that ensued when two explosions went off at the finish line. / GETTY IMAGES

Boston Marathon explosions. Three confirmed dead and more than 100 injured as two explosions rock the finish line one of the world’s most prestigious road races. A city mourns. An 8-year-old was reportedly among the casualties and several victims lost limbs. PAGES 07-10

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Cuomo sends Guard to Boston New York National Guard officials are at the Boston Marathon, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.

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New York on lockdown after Boston Marathon High alert. About 1,000 NYPD cops assigned to counterterrorism duties were mobilized after the attack. Subways and landmarks are receiving amped-up security in New York City today after explosions at the Boston Marathon. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the NYPD stepped up security at strategic locations and important infrastructure around the city, including underground. “Some of the security steps we are taking may be noticeable, including deployment of critical response vehicles and additional police personnel, and others will not be,” Bloomberg said. About 1,000 NYPD members are specifically

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“We’re stepping up security at hotels and other prominent locations in the city through deployment of the NYPD’s critical response vehicles until more about the explosion is learned.” NYPD top spokesman Paul Browne told reporters

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“This is a tragic day for all of us in the running community.” New York Road Runners President Mary Wittenberg

assigned to counter-terrorism duties, he said, and all were mobilized. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that state security services, including the Division of Homeland Security and state police, emergency services, the

MTA and Port Authority, are “on a heightened state of alert as we learn more about this incident.”

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He said the New York National Guard sent three vehicles and six soldiers to Massachusetts Sunday.

“They are on hand to assist with emergency response and work together with local authorities following this incident,” he said.

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NY runner recall shock Two New Yorkers who were at the Boston Marathon shared their shock that a beloved race could turn so bloody. Steve Lastoe, founder of NYC Runs, was at the Boston Marathon today, along with at least 50 people he said he knew running the race. Just yesterday, he said,

Hundreds of New Yorkers were part of the runners in Boston yesterday. About 530 runners were from the New York City area took part in the race, according to numbers that were pulled from marathon records. One city running group, NYC Runs, reported that their runners so far had all reported back that they were safe,

adding on Facebook, “Our hearts are very heavy.” “All of our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families of the bombings at the Boston Marathon today, as well as with the runners, spectators, volunteers and staff of the Boston Athletic Association,” New York Road Runners President Mary Wittenberg added.

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he spent hours helping out at the finish line. He left the course shortly before the bombing. “We were just kind of shocked,” he said. “We’d left the course 20 minutes before, so when it was an otherwise wonderful, beautiful Boston marathon.” Nearly everyone they know has been safely accounted for, he said. ALISON BOWEN}

FBI charges men in plot to kill women The FBI has charged two local men in a plot to kidnap, torture and kill women. FBI Assistant Director George Venizelos said today that the agency arrested two people who planned to kidnap and torture women.

She said NYRR, which runs the ING New York City Marathon, will continue to work “hand in hand” with the NYPD for future events to make sure that the race continues to be safe for everyone. “The safety and security of all New York Road Runners’ races is and will always be our top priority,” she said. ALISON BOWEN Accident

The FBI charged Richard Meltz and Christopher Asch in the plot. He said the men had obtained a Taser and chemicals to anesthetize their victims. The case developed from another investigation against Gilberto Valle, a former NYPD cop accused of trying to kidnap, kill and eat women, according to The New York Times. ALISON BOWEN

LI siblings drown in pool Two children in Long Island drowned in a swimming pool on Sunday afternoon. Sharon Knowles, 7, and Ralph Knowles, 5, drowned in a pool in Central Islip after they got into a neighbor’s backyard, the New York Post reported. LAURA SHIN


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Cop kills son and husband before suicide Horrific. Rosette Samuel was a 13-year veteran of the police department. A law enforcement source reports an apparent murder-suicide allegedly involving an off-duty cop in Brooklyn yesterday morning. Officer Rosette Samuel, 43, reportedly shot and killed her 1-year-old baby boy, Dylan Samuel-Peters, and the baby’s father, Dason Peters, before turning the gun on herself.

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Son was a witness Samuel’s 19-year-old son from a previous relationship, Dondre Samuel, is being interviewed by police, a law enforcement source said. Police reportedly have the officer’s mother, Verena Samuel, in custody as well. Dondre was the 911 caller and a witness to the shooting, according to the source. He reportedly jumped out of a window and then called 911. Samuel’s mother may also have been a witness to the incident. A law enforcement source reports that they found Peters, 33, in the entryway of their first-floor apartment in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. The bodies of the police officer and her baby were found face-up on the bed in her bedroom.

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Two blasts, three deaths and more than 100 injuries changed the face of the Boston Marathon yesterday, perhaps forever. Around 2:50 p.m., simultaneous explosions, between 50 and 100 yards apart from each other, bellowed through the crowded finish line of the Boston Marathon. About 141 people were being treated at Boston hospitals yesterday night, including more than a dozen who were critically hurt. One of the three dead was reportedly an 8-yearold boy. As of last night, no suspects were in custody, and officials did not spec-

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Massachusetts General Hospital treated 29 victims, four who suffered “traumatic amputations of their legs,” according to Dr. Alasdir Conn, chief of Emergency Services.

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ulate as to who was responsible for the attack. “There are a lot of questions, questions we wish we could answer,” said U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz. “This is a very thorough and active and fluid ongoing investigation. A lot of information is being sought, and there has been a bit of misinformation. We don’t want to add to that misinformation.” When asked if the bombings were considered a terrorist attack, Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis said, “We’re not being definitive on this right now. You can reach your own conclusions based upon what happened.” The FBI’s special agent in charge Richard DesLauriers said the criminal investigation was being treated as a “potential terrorist investigation.” He also encouraged Boston residents to have

a heightened state of vigilance in the coming days. President Barack Obama called Gov. Patrick and Mayor Thomas Menino following the attacks, assuring them the cooperation of the FBI. Patrick said the state police and the National Guard were fully deployed. Obama addressed the nation around 6:10 p.m., calling the deaths a “senseless loss.” “We still do not know who did this or why. And people shouldn’t jump to conclusions before we have all the facts. But make no mistake — we will get to the bottom of this,” Obama said. “And we will find out who did this; we’ll find out why they did this. Any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.”

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Runner ‘just got a ghastly feeling’ At the Hotel Comm on Commonwealth Avenue, the lobby was teeming with detoured runners yesterday afternoon, most on mobile devices, eager to assure their loved ones they were OK after a series of blasts had been reported at the Boston Marathon. Peregrine Hood, a runner from London, said he was just coming up to Boylston for the final stretch when he knew something was wrong. “I was getting ready to finish when I heard a bang,” he said. “The headphones were on, the euphoria was setting in and then I just got a ghastly feeling that something was wrong. Then there was massive confusion, people running, so I just stopped and started moving away.”

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Hood said his first reaction was, “Oh my God. My girlfriend is in the finisher’s box.” “She said she literally ran for her life,” reported Hood. “There was a terrible uncertainty for about 30 minutes.” Hood said the scene quickly became grim.

President Barack Obama addressed the nation and promised justice in a televised address Monday night, after three people were killed at the Boston Marathon. “The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight,” the president said. Obama was briefed by the FBI and his Homeland Security team, and pledged to provide any federal resources. “On days like this, there are no Republicans or Democrats, but Americans united in their concern.” The president did not characterize the explosions as terrorism, but a White House official later said the situation was being handled as

“This is a great day in Boston and everyone’s merry, but then there was just a certain panic and it turned into what looked like a refugee camp,” he said.

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“Thanks to generosity of volunteer blood donors there is currently enough blood on the shelves to meet demand. #BostonMarathon” @REDCROSS “an act of terror.” “We still do not know who did this or why. ... People should not jump to conclusions before we know the facts,” Obama said. “Make no mistake, we will get to the bottom of this. We will find out who did this and why they did this. Any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.” The president noted that yesterday was Patriots Day, a holiday that “celebrates the free and fiercely independent spirit that this great American city of Boston has reflected from the earliest days of our nation.”

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Scientists find Antarctic summer ice is melting faster The summer ice melt in parts of Antarctica is at its highest level in 1,000 years, Australian and British researchers reported yesterday, adding new evidence of the impact of global warming on sensi-

tive Antarctic glaciers and ice shelves. Researchers from the Australian National University and the British Antarctic Survey found data taken from an ice core also shows the summer ice melt has been 10 times more intense over the past 50 years compared with 600 years ago. “It’s definitely

Conflict. N. Korea issues new threats on founder’s birthday North Korea made new threats of military action yesterday as the reclusive nation celebrated the anniversary of its founder’s birth, stoking tension on the peninsula with a new “ultimatum” to South Korea in the standoff over its nuclear program. The latest statement from Pyongyang followed threats of nuclear attacks on the United States, South Korea and Japan, after new U.N. sanctions were imposed in response to Pyongyang tested a nuclear weapon in February. “Our retaliatory action will start without any notice from now,” North Korea’s state news agency KCNA said yesterday, noting actions would “start immediately.” The statement was issued by the official North Korean news agency KCNA

after signs that Pyongyang may be presenting a less warlike stance on the “Day of the Sun,” the date the North’s founder Kim Il-Sung was born. Although many Pyongyang watchers had expected a big military parade to showcase North Korea’s armed forces, the day was marked in Pyongyang with a festival of flowers named after Kim. The United States has offered talks, but on the pre-condition that North Korea abandon its nuclear weapons ambitions. North Korea deems its nuclear arms a “treasured sword” and has vowed never to give them up. Nevertheless, Secretary of State John Kerry, ending a trip to the region dominated by concern about North Korea, stressed his interest in a diplomatic solution.

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evidence that the climate and the environment is changing in this part of Antarctica,” lead researcher Nerilie Abram said. Abram and her team drilled a 400-yard deep ice core on James Ross Island, near the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, to measure historical temperatures and compare them with summer ice melt levels in

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Poll. Opinion of federal government hits record low

Americans’ opinion of the federal government has fallen to a record low even as they continue to view local and state governments favorably, according to Pew Research Center survey released on Monday. Just 28 percent of Americans rate the government in Washing-

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ton favorably, the lowest percentage ever in a Pew survey and down 5 percentage points from a year ago, Pew said in a statement. The favorability rating has fallen steadily from a high of 82 percent in November 2001, after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. REUTERS

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Obama to meet with Putin in Russia in September President Barack Obama will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in September when he travels to Russia for the G20 summit, the White House said yesterday. The United States is

pressing Russia to use its influence to help reduce tensions with North Korea. Washington and Moscow are also at odds over the civil war in Syria. The announcement of the September meeting came after Obama’s national security adviser Tom Donilon held discussions with Putin and other leaders during a trip to Russia. REUTERS

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Staying out of the raging national debate over guns, the Supreme Court yesterday declined to weigh in on whether gun owners have a constitutional right to carry handguns outside the home. The court decided not to hear a challenge to a New York state law that requires those who want to carry a concealed handgun to show they have a special reason before they can get a license. The gun owners challenging the law said that the right to bear arms enshrined in the Second

Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is not limited to the right to keep a handgun at home. In recent years, the Supreme Court has expanded gun rights, first by finding in the 2008 District of Columbia v. Heller case that the Second Amendment guaranteed an individual right to bear arms and then ruling two years later in McDonald v. City of Chicago, that the earlier ruling applied to the states. Gun control is currently in the public eye following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, Conn., four months ago, and President Barack Obama’s subsequent decision to push for legislation to curb gun violence. The Senate begins debate on Monday on gun control legislation that would expand background checks for gun buyers. REUTERS


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Everyone’s favorite heavy metal couple, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, are reportedly well on their way to splitting up, according to Radar Online. While Ozzy is said to be living in a rented Beverly Hills mansion, Sharon has been staying at the Beverly Hills Hotel since at least the beginning of this month, sources say. “They are living at different addresses and not spending any time together,” a source recently told the Sun. Sharon is believed to be staying at the famous hotel while she decorates a new home — but not the one where Ozzy is staying. So what is it that put Sharon over the edge? She’s been with him since she was 18; she’s put up with him biting heads off of bats, dabbling in the occult, locking himself in hotel rooms to binge on drugs and alcohol for months at a time, trying to strangle her(!) — you know, the usual marital complaints. If that didn’t break their marriage, what did? Did Ozzy just not recognize Sharon’s face anymore? (Actually, my money is on this theory.) For his part, son Jack Osbourne tweeted that this gossip is “bulls—.”

THE WORD Dorothy Robinson’s take on the world of gossip DOROTHY ROBINSON @dorothyatmetro dorothy.robinson@metro.us

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Lohan’s family bonds at Coachella Lindsay Lohan hit up the Coachella music festival over the weekend, and despite some former pals being worried for her life if she attended, she seemed to come out of it just fine. Lohan was spotted with her 16-year-old brother, Cody, and sources tell E! News that the troubled actress was aiming for “a healthy, fun

time at Coachella” before heading to her courtordered 90-day rehab stay next month. I mean. I just. Ugh. I can’t. If the entire world thinks you are a terrible mother (we’re talking about you, Dina Lohan), wouldn’t you not send your 16-year-old to a drugfilled, rock festival with your addict daughter? I give up. Someone get me a job in hotel management as I’m done writing about this family.

No kids for Ellen

Portia de Rossi tells Out magazine that she and wife Ellen DeGeneres have absolutely no plans to start a family, despite pressure from friends and loved ones. “You have to really want to have kids, and neither of us did. So it’s just going to be me and Ellen and no babies,” de Rossi tells the mag. “There comes some pressure in your mid-30s, and you think, ‘Am I going to have kids so I don’t miss out on something that other people really seem to love?’ Or is it that I really genuinely want to do this with my whole heart? I didn’t feel that my response was ‘yes.’”

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Comedian Kevin Hart was arrested for driving under the influence early Sunday morning in Los Angeles, and he wasn’t shy about sharing the details after posting bail. “I’m officially a thug. I spent six hours in jail last night,” Hart announced on Twitter. “This cop was the worst. He knew who I was and wanted to make an example of me. … When the cop asked me to take the sobriety test I said, ‘What, waste our time? I’m drunk, man.’” Hart did also offer some more serious reflection on the night’s events: “This is a wake-up call for me. I have to be smarter, and last night I wasn’t.”

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Twitter feed Checking in with some of Hollywood’s biggest names to see what they’ve been up to — in their own words, in 140 characters or fewer. Today, Elizabeth Banks likes Brad Pitt’s voice, Mindy Kaling is handing out career advice and Albert Brooks doesn’t have a joke for this. @ElizabethBanks: Huh, Brad Pitt would make an amazing radio man. Ah, but a waste of that face. @mindykaling: If Kobe retires he should make movies with cartoon characters like Rocky & Bullwinkle @AlbertBrooks: Justin Bieber said he hoped Anne Frank would have been a fan. I really want to kill myself.

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weapon” (Metro, April 15) How is your analogy faulty? Let me count the ways: 1) Guns are weapons, PERIOD, and were invented solely for killing either animals or people. It is the only tool that mankind uses that has that express purpose; 2) There ARE restrictions and government regulation of automobiles — got a license? Ahem; 3) Just like is done for cars, when moms get MAD, they insist on commonsense restrictions; 4) Yes, it certainly is healthier to take a bus or train. It’s also healthier not to own military assault weapons and 30-clip magazines. Please, refrain from mixing apples and oranges, unless you’re making fruit salad — or better, ambrosia. KATE LERNER, VIA E-MAIL

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The NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) – Summer Programs for Career Advancement and Personal Enrichment This summer, the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) will offer more noncredit programs than ever before. Courses, certificates, and summer intensives are available to build professional skill sets and/or to enhance and enrich life experience. Numerous study options are available that include flexible weekday, evening, weekend, and online study schedules. Whether you are interested in launching, advancing or changing careers, or you want to learn just for the fun of it, there is something for you! BUILD YOUR TECHNOLOGICAL TOOLBOX To excel in the current job market, technological savvy is a must. From Securing Web Applications: Hacking Understood and Adobe Lightroom for Photographers to Demystifying User Experience UX Design and Mobile and Tablet UX, master the latest technologies and apply them to convey your distinctive vision, to ensure compliance, and to develop new modes of delivering content. TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CAREER Acquire the critical skills necessary to bring your professional goals to fruition in today’s competitive workplace. Explore The Essentials to Becoming a Power Networker/Power Pitcher, gain the knowledge and the confidence for Going Into Business After Retirement, or enhance productivity in your office by Setting Purposeful Goals. DEVELOP A GLOBAL VISION Heighten your success by better understanding the world around you and by identifying potential areas for regional and/or global growth. Explore Crisis and Reputation Management Strategies for Government and Public Agencies. Understand the resounding economic and ecological impact of natural disasters in Superstorm Sandy, New York City, and Climate Change; and examine important issues through Economic Advancement in the Middle East: A Global Priority. DELVE INTO THE MANY FACETS OF NYC From hidden history and breathtaking architecture to vibrant cultures and culinary delights, New York City has it all. Take a stroll back in time along The Great Broadway, discover What Makes a New York City Neighborhood Great, marvel at Mid-Century Modern New York Architecture, or explore the eateries of one of the City’s hippest neighborhoods in South Williamsburg: Food Heaven. EXPEDITIOUSLY INCREASE YOUR LEVEL OF EXPERTISE Guarantee greater marketability and give your career a boost by enrolling in NYU-SCPS Summer Intensives, which deliver in-depth learning experiences in condensed formats across a wide range of disciplines. More than 90 intensives are being offered this summer, including programs in: advanced digital applications; foreign languages, translation and interpreting; philanthropy and fundraising; humanities, arts, and writing; management and information technology; marketing and public relations; and real estate.

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A Career in Teaching Is within Reach With the demand for qualified teachers expected to grow in the years ahead, individuals uncertain about their careers or fresh out of college can look to education as a field of opportunity. Starting teacher salaries often exceed $50,000 per year and the rewards of teaching include the chance to make a difference in the world and a level of job security and benefits beyond that of most professions. Fast-Track Career Option The School of Education at St. John’s University offers accelerated Career Change programs for college graduates with a degree outside of education who want to become teachers. These 42- to 48-credit master’s degree programs enable qualified students to seek employment halfway through their course work after meeting New York State teacher certification requirements.

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Sanchez bringing positive mentality NFL. The Jetsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; QB says he is â&#x20AC;&#x153;fired upâ&#x20AC;? about the team and is ready to battle for his job as the starter. If Mark Sanchez doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get fired up, he might just get fired. Sanchez spoke on a conference call with the media yesterday as the Jets kick-started organized team activities, hoping to rebound from a bad year and potentially save head coach Rex Ryanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s job. During his call, Sanchez said he is â&#x20AC;&#x153;fired up about this yearâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201D; even as the Jets brought in veteran quarterback David Garrard this offseason for competition. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I totally respect that,

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Holmes free The biggest name on the Jetsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; oďŹ&#x20AC;ense was not at camp as workouts opened yesterday, according to the Daily News. â&#x20AC;˘

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Santonio Holmes is reportedly still rehabbing in Ohio from the foot injury which cut short his 2012 season. But not only is he undergoing treatment at his alma mater Ohio State, he is apparently also taking classes.

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Holmes wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t there, but backup quarterback Tim Tebow was. He had previously said he planned to come, even though the Jets have reportedly been trying to trade Tebow for most of the oďŹ&#x20AC;season.

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Sanchez had a disastrous 14 touchdowns and 18 interceptions last season. / JIM MCISAAC, GETTY IMAGES

as far as I am concerned, I am preparing to play well for this team and do the best I can,â&#x20AC;? Sanchez said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am preparing for my role and am doing everything in my control to be the best quarterback on the roster.â&#x20AC;?

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;My heart and soul is into this thing. ... Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really where my head is at. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m fired up about this year.â&#x20AC;? Mark Sanchez, Jets quarterback On where he is mentally heading into the oďŹ&#x20AC;season program

Ready to go

It may not be his job anymore as new general manager John Idzik has made it clear no one on the roster is going to be handed a starting position, not even Sanchez. Sanchez will compete with Garrard as well as Greg McElroy and Tim Tebow for the starting job. He was even rumored to be part of a trade package with Tampa Bay in a deal that would have sent cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Buccaneers. A team source told Metro earlier this week that there was

no validity to the trade rumors involving Sanchez. Sanchez said on the call that he hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t spoken with team management about the trade rumor and he didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem ready to justify the talk. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That is more of an upstairs question,â&#x20AC;? Sanchez said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not worried about that.â&#x20AC;?

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Nicks happy to be healthy

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Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks was back on the field with his teammates yesterday for the first time since a disappointing end to the 2012 season. Nicks had no catches in the final two games after trying to struggle through with a knee injury. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even look at [last season] now,â&#x20AC;? Nicks said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is gone

To no oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s surprise, Victor Cruz was a no-show as Giants offseason camp opened yesterday. The receiver is a restricted free agent and has not been able to come to terms with the team. He was placed with a firstround tender earlier this offseason, making another team unlikely to sign him. METRO

To the surprise of no one, Eli Manning was one of the first to show up on the first day of camp. He just wishes it was sooner. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We used to start in mid-March. It is pushed back a month,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I usually start throwing April 1. So I have kind of kept that routine these last years, just throwing on my own.â&#x20AC;? METRO

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now, so it is what it is. It is in the past. It is something that I learned from.â&#x20AC;? Nicks caught passes from Eli Manning yesterday on the first day of camp. METRO

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A handful of elite prospects were added for the NBA Draft yesterday, led by Kentuckyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nerlens Noel. Noel, who tore his ACL last season, was the top recruit in the country last season. Despite the injury, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s still a likely Top 5 pick. Marylandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Alex Len, Georgiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Georgetownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Otto Porter Jr. were also declared.

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WNBA. Griner chosen as top pick in draft, Delle Donne goes next

It turns out the Knicks will need Carmelo Anthony, Raymond Felton and J.R. Smith if they plan to compete in the postseason. Head coach Mike Woodson gave his stars the night off after the team clinched all that was available to them over the weekend. The result was an unsurprising loss to lowly Charlotte, 106-95, despite a gallant effort from reserve-turned-starter Chris Copeland. The forward finished with 32 points and seven rebounds as he played all but one minute of the game. In fact, Woodson played very few players — mainly because he had very few to play. The bad news was Rasheed Wallace, who returned to the lineup for the first time since December only to leave with a reaggravated foot injury.

The Phoenix Mercury gained a 6-foot-8 centerpiece in last night’s 2013 WNBA Draft. As expected, the Mercury selected reigning consensus player of the year Brittney Griner from Baylor No. 1 overall. Griner was a dominant force in women’s basketball, setting the record for most career blocks and second all time in

Copeland led a Knicks team that rested its stars.

scoring. Delware’s Elena Delle Donne, who originally went to UConn and quit the sport for a year, was selected No. 2 overall by the Chicago Sky. She finished fifth all time in women’s basketball scoring. Former Notre Dame star Skylar Diggins went third overall to the Tulsa Shock. METRO

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The 3-point specialist has struggled much of the season, but in 41 minutes last night he posted 17 points. Most importantly, he was 5-of-7 from deep.

Nets pull out win with starters on the bench Unlike the Knicks, Brooklyn rested their stars — Deron Williams, Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson and Reggie Evans — but beat the Wizards, 106-101. / GETTY IMAGES

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The aftermath of the bombing in Boston caused the Bruins-Senators to be postponed. Meanwhile, tonight’s Celtics-Pacers was canceled and won’t be made up, as seeds are set. METRO

The Mets’ trip through cold climates continued yesterday with a snow out in Denver. The game will be made up as a singleadmission doubleheader today. METRO

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