5:13 AM EST, Tue December 06, 2016
Klay Thompson explodes for 60 as Warriors rout Pacers in NBA

Klay Thompson explodes for 60 as Warriors rout Pacers in NBA

Klay Thompson exploded for a career-high 60 points in a phenomenal individual display as Golden State steamrolled the Indiana Pacers 142-106 on Monday. Thompson tormented Indiana with a mesmerizing performance which saw him rack up 40 points in the first two quarters alone. A further 20 points in the third quarter gave Thompson the highest individual game tally of his career and the highest of any player in the NBA this season as the Warriors improved to 18-3.
Thompson first player to post 60 points in under 30 minutes

Thompson first player to post 60 points in under 30 minutes

(The Sports Xchange) - Klay Thompson remembers the night Kobe Bryant scored 81 points against the Toronto Raptors on Jan. 22, 2006. Thompson, a teenager growing up in Los Angeles as the son of an NBA player, was offered tickets to the game. Almost 11 years later, Thompson did his best impersonation of a performance he never saw, exploding for 23 of his career-high 60 points in the second quarter on Monday night, propelling the Golden State Warriors to a 142-106 home victory over the Indiana Pacers.

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Klay Thompson remembers the night Kobe Bryant scored 81 points against the Toronto Raptors on Jan. 22, 2006. Thompson, a teenager growing up in Los Angeles as the son of an NBA player, was offered tickets to the game. Almost 11 years later, Thompson did his best impersonation of a performance he never saw, exploding for 23 of his career-high 60 points in the second quarter on Monday night, propelling the Golden State Warriors to a 142-106 home victory over the Indiana Pacers.
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NFL-Luck at brilliant best as Colts pound Jets 41-10

* Indianapolis quarterback throws four touchdown passes * Reminds Colts why he is on $139 million deal * Colts improve to 6-6, tied atop AFC South (Recasts with quotes) Dec 5 (The Sports Xchange) - In his first game back since suffering a concussion, Andrew Luck reminded the Indianapolis Colts they are set at quarterback for the next decade -- and helped officially send the New York Jets back to the drawing board in their quixotic search for a franchise signal-caller. Luck threw four touchdown passes -- including three to tight end Dwayne Allen in the first half -- and finished with the...
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He Said What?! The best NFL quotes from Week 13

He Said What?! The best NFL quotes from Week 13

Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles has thrown 11 pick-sixes, but won just 10 games. He said this season has been a nightmare.
This Warriors fast break is the most beautiful basketball play of 2016

This Warriors fast break is the most beautiful basketball play of 2016

This was magical You can say the Warriors aren’t fair and then you can see with your eyes that the Warriors are literally unfair.Steph Curry just throws it up & KD flushes it home!https://t.co/BFKnzbfVnn— NBA TV (@NBATV) December 6, 2016The ball never touches the ground. In fact, Steph throws the alley-oop up to Kevin Durant before he even touches the ground with this feet. WHAT IS THIS SORCERY.
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NFL-No luck needed as Colts down Jets 41-10

Quarterback Andrew Luck and tight end Dwayne Allen connected on three first-half touchdown passes on Monday night as the Indianapolis Colts routed the New York Jets 41-10. The road win moved the Colts (6-6) into a tie for first place in the AFC South with the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans. Luck, who missed the Colts' previous game due to a concussion, was 22 of 28 for 278 yards and four touchdowns, the last of which was a 3-yarder to Donte Moncrief with 8:54 left the third quarter.
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Tarik Black sprains his ankle, done for night - Tarik Black (F/C) Los Angeles Lakers

Tarik Black sprained his right ankle on Monday vs. the Jazz and will not return.
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Dorsett doesn't catch a pass in blowout win - Phillip Dorsett (WR) Indianapolis Colts

Phillip Dorsett didn't catch a pass in the Colts' Week 13 win over the Jets.
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Jack Doyle catches four passes in Week 13 win - Robert Turbin (RB) Indianapolis Colts

Jack Doyle caught 4-of-4 targets for 31 yards in the Colts' Week 13 win over the Jets.
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Zimmermann getting injections for neck pain - Jordan Zimmermann (S) Detroit Tigers

Tigers general manager Al Avila said Monday that Jordan Zimmermann went to a specialist and received injections in certain parts of his neck that block those areas where he had pain.
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Oilers’ Patrick Maroon 'doesn't get' why NHL needs concussion spotters for a 'man's game'

Oilers’ Patrick Maroon 'doesn't get' why NHL needs concussion spotters for a 'man's game'

The Edmonton forward put his foot in his mouth twice after responding to Connor McDavid’s removal for a possible concussion. In the midst of a tight game versus the Wild, McDavid smacked his jaw on the ice and was removed from the ice via concussion spotters, a new league mandate implemented this season. Maroon’s segment is highlighted below.
Russell Westbrook records sixth straight triple-double with ease

Russell Westbrook records sixth straight triple-double with ease

The Thunder star is just the fourth player in NBA history to record six straight triple-doubles.
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Tigers sizing up market for Greene, Wilson - Shane Greene (R) Detroit Tigers

Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that the Tigers are seeing what they can get for Shane Greene and Justin Wilson.

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