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Monday 16 Tevet 5776 - Dec 28, 2015

Basketball (NBA):
On Dec 23, 2015 Omri Casspi started his 11th game of the season, and helped the Sacramento Kings defeat the Pacers in Indiana, 108-106. In 41 minutes of playing time, Casspi scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for his fourth double- double of the season. He has scored a total of 336 points (12.0 average) and has grabbed 179 rebounds (6.4 average) in an average of 29.4 minutes per game for 28 games this season. Casspi has made 54.7% of his two-point field goals (82- for-150) and 44.7% of his three-point field goals (46-for-103), but he has only connected on 57.6% of his free-throws (34-for-59) this season. The Sacramento Kings are currently in 9th place out of 15 teams in the Western Conference, with a 12-17 won-loss record.

Coach David Blatt's Cleveland Cavaliers are currently in 1st place in the Eastern Conference, with a 19-9 won-loss record.

Hockey (NHL):
Mike Cammalleri has 33 points (12 goals and 21 assists) in 36 games for the NJ Devils thus far this season. With 577 (275 goals and 302 assists) in 773 career regular-season games in the NHL, he seems to be on track to eclipse Mathieu Schneider's all-time Jewish NHL career scoring record of 743 points (223 goals and 520 assists) in 1289 games. The Devils are currently in 4th place out of 8 teams in the Metro division of the Eastern Conference.

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