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    The New York Mets balked at buying a matching nameplate for their stadium’s nearby subway stop in Queens, but the New Jersey Nets are game for it in their (hopeful) new home in Brooklyn. The NBA team will cough up $4 million for naming rights to…

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    “Too many barns and not enough horses” is basically how the major-league arena landscape in the New York City area shapes up:
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