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December, 6, 2016

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Sports > Basketball
Cavaliers edge out Raptors
Cleveland's LeBron James had 28 points and 14 assists to lead the Cavaliers over Toronto 121-117 on Tuesday, matching the best start to a season in franchise history.
 
New York Knicks president Phil Jackson described LeBron James as a high-maintenance player who likes to get preferential treatment on road trips, the U.S. media reported on Tuesday.
 
Even as their leads expand to 30 and sometimes 40 points, the Los Angeles Clippers swear they're not paying attention to the spread.
 
Warriors stars seal hard-fought win against Suns
Golden State's Klay Thompson hit two late three points and finished with a season-high 30 points to steer the Warriors to a free-scoring 133-120 win against Phoenix on Sunday.
 
League-best Clippers beat Wolves with ease
Blake Griffin had 20 points and 11 rebounds and DeAndre Jordan had 18 points and 16 boards to help the Los Angeles Clippers extend their franchise-best start to the season with a 119-105 over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday.
 
LeBron youngest player to hit 27,000 career points as Cavs top Wizards
For all of LeBron James' achievements, from MVP awards to NBA championships, the celebrations in the Cleveland Cavaliers' locker room Friday night -- and the water dumped on No. 23 by teammates -- was to mark a relatively obscure milestone: youngest NBA player to reach 27,000 career points.
 
Chicago Bulls hang on to beat Miami Heat
For 13 years, Dwyane Wade made plenty of what the Miami Heat call "winning plays."
 
You learn a lot about people when they're down, President Barack Obama declared Thursday, and he wasn't talking about an election. Obama saluted the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers for rallying from behind to defeat the Golden State Warriors and end a Cleveland pro sports title drought stretching back to 1964.
 
Warriors cruise past Mavericks
Klay Thompson hit his first seven shots and scored 18 of his 20 points in the opening period as the Golden State Warriors cruised past the undermanned Dallas Mavericks 116-95 in the NBA on Wednesday night.
 
Fernandez posthumously earns NL comeback award from peers
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, who died in a boating accident in September, was voted the National League comeback player of the year by his peers in the annual Players Choice Awards of the Major League Baseball Players Association.
 
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