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Australian pro cricket player Phil Hughes is dead, days after suffering a severe head injury due to being struck by a bouncer thrown by New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott.Re. . .
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LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) Stanley Johnson had shown glimpses of his precocious talent during Arizona's first five games, occasionally showing up on the highlight reels with a soar. . .

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  When: 1 p.m. ET, Sunday Where: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh TV: Fox The Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints are in the hunt for division titles, but for different re. . .
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Still disputes claims of unpaid child support

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CLEVELAND (AP) LeBron James scored 29 points, Kevin Love added 21 and the Cleveland Cavaliers exacted a little revenge on Washington with a 113-87 win over the Wizards on Wed. . .
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SAN ANTONIO (AP) Manu Ginobili had 28 points and the San Antonio Spurs won without coach Gregg Popovich, rallying for a 106-100 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night.

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Stanley Johnson had 18 points and nine rebounds, helping No. 3 Arizona gut out a 61-59 victory over No. 15 San Diego State for its second Maui Invitational title Wednesday night.
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Thursday will mark a pivotal matchup for both North Carolina and UCLA. However, the game doesn't have quite the same meaning for both programs. Losses for the Tar Heels and B. . .

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Datsyuk scores twice; Detroit beats Philly 5-2
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Notes from the Rangers loss to the Lightning. - First of all, Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you're very quickly reading this before getting ready to drink a lot of dr. . .

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Thai teenager Danthai Boonma made a blistering start to the professional golf ranks by firing a bogey free six-under-par 66 in the opening round of the Asian Tour's King's Cup. . .
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Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott weren't paired together for the first two rounds of the Australian Open because organizers wanted to split their marquee players among morning and . . .
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