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Thursday 28 Kislev 5776 - Dec 10, 2015

Basketball (NBA):
Omri Casspi has been playing better and better each game, and like the Maccabees has proven that he is a true winner. Since sitting out the game on Dec 3 due to illness, Casspi has started the last three games for the Sacramento Kings. On Dec 5, the Kings lost to the Rockets in Houston, 113-120. Omri scored 15 points and grabbed 3 rebounds in 33 minutes of playing time. On Dec 6 they lost an away game to Oklahoma City, 95-98. Casspi scored 11 points and grabbed 4 rebounds in 28 minutes. On Dec 8, the Kings defeated the Utah Jazz at home, 114-106. This time he scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for his second double-double of the season. The Kings have an 8-15 won-loss record this season. Casspi has 256 points and 133 rebounds in 22 games, and has started 5 games this season. He has shown improvement in almost every aspect of his game, except for his free-throw shooting, which has been the lowest of his NBA career.

Mike Cammalleri of the NJ Devils has 30 points (11 goals and 19 assists) in 28 games this season. Jason Zucker (Minnesota Wild) has 6 goals and 8 assists in 26 games this season.

American Hockey League:
Carter Camper of the Hershey Bears has 2 goals and 11 assists in 23 games.

Austrian Hockey League:
Brett Sterling, in his second campaign with Salzburg EC, has 11 goals, 7 assists and 69 penalty minutes in 22 games thus far this season.
Swedish Hockey League:
Jacob Micflikier of Lulea HF has 9 goals and 8 assists in 25 contests thus far this season.
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