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Monday 20 Cheshvan 5776 - Nov 2, 2015

Basketball (NBA):
Omri Casspi has gotten off to a good start this season though the Sacramento Kings have lost two of their first three games. On Oct 28, the Kings lost to the Clippers at home, 104-111. Casspi scored 5 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in 20 minutes, off the bench. On Oct 30, the Kings beat the Lakers at home, 132-114. Casspi scored 12 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in 22 minutes, off the bench. On Oct 31, the Kings lost to the Clippers in LA, 109-114. Casspi scored 10 points and grabbed 4 rebounds in 21 minutes, off the bench.

Women's Golf (LPGA):
Morgan Pressel was tied for 33rd place in the Blue Bay LPGA event. She has made the cut in 21 of 26 events she has played in this year, and she has earned $959,265 thus far in 2015. Pressel has a 71.29 scoring average for 93 rounds this year.
Mike Cammalleri (NJ Devils) is leading all the Jewish players in the NHL with 11 points (3 goals and 8 assists) in 11 games this season.
American Hockey League:
Carter Camper (Hershey Bears) has 1 goal and 3 assists in 7 contests thus far this season.
Swedish Hockey League:
Jacob Micflikier has 7 goals and 5 assists in 16 games for Lulea HF.
Austrian League:
Brett Sterling has 5 goals and 4 assists, and has been assessed 45 penalty minutes in 11 games for Salzburg EC.
Women's Tennis (WTA):
Shahar Peer is currently ranked 175th in the World. She has a 19-22 won-loss record in singles and a 7-7 record in doubles with YTD earnings of $127,114 through the end of October.

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