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Thursday 5 Kislev, 5775 - November 27, 2014

As Jewish Americans around the World are celebrating Thanksgiving, Jewish sports stars in various venues are celebrating victory on the playing fields.

Basketball (NBA):
On Nov. 25, Omri Casspi started his first game of the season and helped the Sacramento Kings to their third victory in a row, as they defeated New Orleans by a score of 99-89 in New Orleans. Casspi was tied with Cousins as the high scorer, with a personal season-high of 22 points. The Kings now have a 9-5 won-loss record this season.
Women's Golf (LPGA):
On Nov. 23, Morgan Pressel finished the CME Group Tour Championship in 4th place--her fourth top-10 performance in 2014. She shot a 6-under-par 66 in the second round of the event. Her $92,200 paycheck brought her YTD earnings to $508,534. Pressel has a scoring average of 71.311 for 103 rounds in 29 events this year. She has had 52 rounds under par and 24 rounds in the 60s in 2014.
Ice Hockey (NHL):
As of Nov. 22, Mike Cammalleri has 12 points (8 goals and 4 assists) in 15 games for the NJ Devils this season. On Nov. 24, Jason Zucker scored 2 goals, helping the Minnesota Wild defeat the Florida Panthers 4-1. Zucker has 8 goals and 2 assists in 20 games this season. On Nov. 25, Eric Nystrom netted a goal for the Nashville Predators as they defeated the LA Kings 4-3.
May they, and all the Jewish Jocks around the World shed the light of victory this Thanksgiving season, as we approach Hanukah in a couple of weeks.
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