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Thursday 30 Cheshvan 5776 - Nov 12, 2015

Basketball (NBA):
On Nov 9, the Sacramento Kings lost again at home, this time to the San Antonio Spurs, 88-106. Omri Casspi again scored in double digits for the KIngs. He had 16 points and 5 rebounds in that game. Casspi has now made 33 of 63 field goal attempts this season, including 11 of 19 treys, but he has been weak from the free throw line, making just 10 of 18. He has scored 87 points (10.9 avg.) and has grabbed 46 rebounds (5.8 avg.) in 8 games. The Kings' dismal record stands at 1 win and 7 losses thus far this season.

Men's Golf (PGA):
Daniel Berger, the son of former tennis pro Jay Berger, has been having an excellent second season as a professional golfer. He has made the cut in 17 of 31 events, earning $3,028,901 on the links. He has a pair of 2nd place finishes this year, and is averaging 71.332 per round.
Ice Hockey:
NHL--NJ Devils' Mike Cammalleri has 5 goals and 9 assists in 15 games thus far this season. Jason Zucker has netted 3 goals and 8 assist in 14 contests for the Minnesota Wild. AHL--Carter Camper has 2 goals and 8 assists in 12 games for the Hershey Bears.
Men's Tennis (ATP):
Dudi Sela is currently ranked 92nd in the World. He has an 8-10 won-loss record in singles and a 1-0 record in doubles, and he has earned $315,575 thus far in 2015.
Women's Tennis (WTA):
Shahar Peer is currently ranked 174th in the World. She has a 21-24 record in singles and an 8-9 record in doubles, and she has earned $128,951 this year.
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