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The Brooklyn Nets lose their third game of the playoff series against the Chicago Bulls in triple overtime with a score of 142-134. The team’s inaugural season will face elimination on Monday when the Bulls travel to New York to play game five of the seven game series. Read more at USA Today.
The F and G train subway station at Smith and 9th Street is now open after two years of renovation. The $32 million updates include art-deco panels, florescent lighting, and public access to the stations CCTV. Read more at Commercial Observer.
Manhattan bound lanes on the Brooklyn Bridge will close this weekend due to ramp construction. From 12:01 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Monday morning, vehicles will be diverted to the Manhattan or Williamsburg Bridge, or the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. Read more at DNA Info.
A beached dolphin found on the Coney Island shore Tuesday afternoon is being shipped to Riverhead Foundation to determine the cause of death. The research will help marine biologist determine why the number of dolphins washed up on the city’s coast has double in the past decade. Read more at Gothamist.
Leonardo Martinez, 32, was arrested for the brutal beating of David Barron on Sunday that lead to his death. The two men exchange blows inside their Boerum Hill rehabilitation facility and Barron was rushed to Long Island College Hospital where he was pronounced dead from head trauma. Read more at DNA Info.
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