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Monday 10 Nisan 5775 - March 30, 2015

Basketball (NBA):
On March 25, the Sacramento Kings eclipsed the Suns in Phoenix, 108-99. Omri Casspi was in the starting rotation, and he scored 10 points in 28 minutes. On March 27, the Kings lost in New Orleans, 88-102. Casspi started again, played 24 minutes, and he scored 10 points in that contest, too. With 2951 points and 1472 rebounds in 385 games in his NBA career, Omri Casspi will most likely reach the 3000 point and 1500 rebound plateaus before the end of the season.

Women's Collegiate Ten-pin Bowling:
Liat Vizenfeld was selected the NEC Bowler of the Year for 2014-15. Her team, the Fairleigh Dickinson University Knights, has accumulated an 89-19 won-loss record this season and are ranked the 2nd seed in the NCAA Bowling Championship, scheduled for April 9-11 in St. Louis, MO.
Ice Hockey (NHL):
On March 26, the NJ Devils lost to the Washington Capitals, 2-3 in overtime. On March 28, the Devils lost to the North Carolina Hurricanes 1-3. Mike Cammalleri recorded an assist in each of the contests for the Devils. He has 38 points (25 goals and 13 assists) in 61 games thus far this season.
(American Hockey League):
The Binghamton Senators lost their two games on March 27 & 28 to the Wilkes Barre- Scranton Penguins and the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, respectively. Carter Camper has 46 points (13 goals and 33 assists) in 66 games for the Senators this season.
(Swedish Hockey League):
Jacob Micflikier has 2 goals and 2 assists in 7 playoff games for Linkopings HC.
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