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Leonard scores 35 over Lakers as Clippers rally

Kawhi Leonard had 35 points and 12 rebounds to guide the Los Angeles Clippers visiting on Wednesday night to a come-from-behind, 111-106 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. Advertisement Montrezl Harrell scored 18 points off the bench, and Paul George had 17 5-for-18 shooting points for the Clippers, 2-0 against the Lakers this season. For the Lakers, who lost four in a row, Kyle Kuzma scored a season-high 25 points

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Jamal Murray scored 33 points, Nikola Jokic scored 18 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds, and host Denver Nuggets beat the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night with a strong third quarter. Upon his return to Denver’s lineup, Paul Millsap had 15 points and 12 assists, which defeated the Magic for the eighth straight time. There were 20 points from Nikola Vucevic, D.J. Augustin scored 18 off the bench, Evan Fournier

SEA Games

The Philippines is assured of podium finishes in several boxing events as the country’s pugilists swept their opponents at Sunday’s 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in the semifinal matches of various boxing events. Irish Magno ended the day with a victory in the women’s flyweight division, 4-1, over Thailand’s Jitpong Jutamas. Meanwhile, Roger Ladon won over Singapore’s Hamid Mohamed Hanurdeen by unanimous decision in the men’s division. Charly Suarez also

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The Billiards and Snookers Congress of the Philippines (BSCP) has assembled a star-studded lineup for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games to ensure the country will harvest an impressive batch of gold medals. Former world 9-ball kingpin Carlo Biado, former world 8-ball champion Dennis Orcollo and twice world women’s 10-ball titlist Rubilen Amit are leading the nation’s pool project in the national biennial conference. Johann Chua, Jeffrey Ignacio, Warren Kiamco, Chezka

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In the 2019 Southeast Asian Games, the Philippines took the top spot in the Division A polo tournament to advance to the gold medal round against reigning champion Malaysia. The Nationals capped their elimination run with a 6-4.5 victory over Indonesia, while on Thursday, November 28 at the Iñigo Zobel Polo Facility in Calatagan, Batangas, Malaysia handed over its first defeat of the tournament to Brunei. Gus Aguirre led the

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The team announced that the next 6 weeks of the NBA season will miss Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward with a broken left hand after surgery on Monday, November 11. Hayward underwent the New York operation to repair his ring finger, which was broken in the 135-115 victory over San Antonio by Boston on Saturday. When Hayward stays down for a full 6 weeks, he will miss 19 Celtics games

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According to a story published by Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report, Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry is “unlikely” to return this season. Curry had surgery last Friday on his broken left leg. At that point, the team announced that in three months it would change its status, which could have brought Curry back on the court around the All-Star Game. For the Warriors, who played in the NBA Finals

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Anticipation for the forthcoming UAAP semi-basketball match between the University of Santo Tomas (UST) and the University of the Philippines (UP) has also entered the Supreme Court halls-with some magistrates candidly in the hard-court clash. Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta, a Thomasian, has expressed confidence that the Growling Tigers will defeat the Fighting Maroons, which holds a double-to-beat advantage when the two teams face off on Sunday. But in the High

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Santo Tomas University left Far Eastern University 81-71 to advance to UAAP Season 82 seedlings on Wednesday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The Tamaraws came as close as five points, 70-65, after a run to begin the final period, but UST came alive, and Renzo Subido made the dagger to give the Tigers a comfortable lead, 78-65, with 1:29 remaining. FEU’s Ken Tuffin replied with his own triple to keep

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Boston Celtic guard Jaylen Brown, who missed the last two games due to illness and infection, will not make a trip to Cleveland for Tuesday’s match with the Cavaliers, head coach Brad Stevens announced Monday. Stevens said Brown might be able to join the road trip squad, which includes stops at the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday, and San Antonio Virrankoski on Saturday. Brown, 23, averages 17.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, and