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Today β€” December 13th 2018NYT Sports

Mets Re-Sign Reliever Jeurys Familia

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Traded away to the A’s over the summer, Familia comes right back to New York.

Five Russian Biathletes Accused by Austria of Doping

By TARIQ PANJA

The authorities informed the accused at their hotel in Hochfilzen, where they are staying for this week’s World Cup event.

Suicide, Quarterbacks and the Hilinski Family

By MIKE PIELLUCCI and SAM HODGSON

Tyler Hilinski, a quarterback at Washington State, killed himself in January and was posthumously diagnosed with C.T.E. His brother is a star recruit at the same position. It’s raw and complicated.

In Off-Season of Restraint, Yankees Close In on J.A. Happ

By BILLY WITZ

He doesn’t carry the wow factor of other options, but after a solid stint in the Bronx last season, Happ appears close to agreeing to a new contract.

N.B.A. Roundup: Nets Survive Late Comeback Try From Depleted 76ers

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Nets got their second win in three games against Philadelphia, which nearly completed a late rally despite playing without the injured Jimmy Butler.

On Baseball: In the N.L. East, Slow Rebuilds Are Not in Vogue

By TYLER KEPNER

Of the five teams in the division, only Miami is taking a pass on 2019, and beyond. Everyone else is trying to win now and it’s refreshing to see.

On Soccer: The Champions League Group Stage Is Over. So, What Did We Learn?

By RORY SMITH

A familiar lineup of teams, from a familiar list of countries, found their way to the knockout stages, though not all of them were impressive along the way.

Defending Kareem Hunt Inquiry, N.F.L. Says It Won’t Pay for Video Evidence

By KEN BELSON

The league doubled down on its policy of not paying for surveillance videos like the one that showed Hunt attacking a woman in a hotel in February.

Justin Gimelstob’s Career in Tennis in Doubt After Halloween Night Altercation

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

A coach of John Isner, an ATP board member and a Tennis Channel commentator, Gimelstob was charged with felony battery. He has pleaded not guilty.

Yesterday β€” December 12th 2018NYT Sports

Why N.B.A. Stars Are Trading In Their Nikes

By JONAH ENGEL BROMWICH and KEVIN DRAPER

An insurgency against the traditional basketball shoe powers is underfoot as companies like Puma, New Balance and Under Armour compete for a share of N.B.A. culture.

Encounters: Wait Wait … for NPR Host Peter Sagal

By JOANNE KAUFMAN

Classic midlife crisis leads to obsessive running, a new book and a new marriage.

Battling for the Denver Broncos, With Some Siblings in the Way

By KEN BELSON

Beth Bowlen Wallace, Pat Bowlen’s daughter, says she is ready to take control of his N.F.L. franchise. The ailing owner’s trustees, who control the team, disagree.

United Nations Dispatch: Runners Extend U.N.’s Reach, One Sweaty Huff After Another

By RICK GLADSTONE

United Nations representatives dispense with hierarchical diplomacy during runs in Central Park. It’s “a bit like going to the sauna — everyone is equal,” said one from Finland.

Soccer Match Set for Saudi Arabia Puts Its Organizers on the Defensive

By TARIQ PANJA

Saudi Arabia’s role in the killing of a journalist is creating uncomfortable dynamics for sports officials eager to feed the kingdom’s growing appetite for sports events.

On Baseball: For Brodie Van Wagenen, Everything Is on the Table in Vegas

By JAMES WAGNER

The Mets’ hyperactive new general manager has helped kicked the rumor mill into high gear during his first trip to baseball’s annual Winter Meetings this week.

Senator Asks F.B.I. to Investigate U.S.O.C. and U.S.A. Gymnastics

By JULIET MACUR

Senator Richard Blumenthal’s request came a day after a report that examined who knew what, and when, in the Larry Nassar scandal.

Baseball Roundup: Winter Meetings: Red Sox Won’t Cut Payroll but Will Move Mookie Betts (to No. 2)

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Reports that Boston was trying to trade some high-priced players were dismissed, and the team said Andrew Benintendi would replace Betts at leadoff.

On Soccer: Steady Amid Another Anfield Storm, Liverpool Advances in Champions League

By RORY SMITH

Cool rather than chaotic, Liverpool beat Napoli by 1-0 to claim its place in the knockout round of Europe’s most exclusive club competition.

Before yesterdayNYT Sports

This Is the Most Important Week of the N.F.L. Season. Here’s Why.

By BEN SHPIGEL

The Patriots, Steelers, Cowboys, Colts, Chargers, Chiefs, Dolphins and Vikings play games with huge playoff implications this week.

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