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Monday 2 Tevet 5776 - Dec 14, 2015

Basketball (NBA):
On Dec 10, the Sacramento Kings defeated the NY Knicks 99-97 at home. Omri Casspi started his fourth game in a row for the Kings and scored 11 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in 40 minutes. The Kings had a 9-15 won-loss record through Dec 10. Casspi has scored 267 points (11.6 average) and has grabbed 141 rebounds (6.1 average) in 23 games, while averaging 28.2 minutes. He has started 6 games this season.

In Memoriam:
Basketball Hall of Famer Dolph Schayes passed away at the age of 87. He was the most successful of all the Jewish NBA players, having scored over 18,000 points in his storied career, and was selected to the all-Star team twelve years in a row. Condolences to his son Danny Schayes, and all the Schayes family.
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Rabbi Yuri Foreman won his comeback fight on Dec 5, 2015, just before Hanukah. He won the bout over Lenwood Dozier in typical Foreman fashion--by unanimous decision after going the full 8 rounds.
Foreman emigrated to Israel from Belarus and later studied in Yeshiva in Brooklyn and was ordained as an Orthodox Rabbi. He was the first Israeli citizen to hold a World boxing title. He held the WBA Super Welterweight crown from November 2009--June 2010. After recording a first round knockout against Javier Gomez in November 2013, Foreman retired due to an unfair contract. He decided to make a comeback several months ago, and began working out at Gleason's Gym in Brooklyn NY. Yuri's pro record is 33 wins (9 by knockout), two losses and one no-contest.
NJ Devils' Mike Cammalleri has 30 points (11 goals and 19 assists) in 29 games thus far this season.
Hershey Bears' Carter Camper has 2 goals and 11 assists in 24 games.
Austrian league:
Brett Sterling has 12 goals, 8 assists, and 75 penalty minutes in 24 games this season for Salzburg EC.
Swedish Hockey League:
Jacob Micflikier has 10 goals and 9 assists in 27 games for Lulea HF.
Tennis (ATP):
Dudi Sela is currently ranked 100th in the World. He has an 8-10 won-loss record in singles and a 1-0 record in doubles and has earned $318,484 in 2015 through Dec 12.

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