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Highlights of the NBA games of Thursday

Highlights from National Basketball Association games on Thursday: Rockets 117, Cavaliers 113

Major League Baseball roundup

Since a major league record for home runs in a season was set in 2017, it is not surprising that the list of Silver Slugger Award winners announced Thursday included quite a few long-ball hitters. National League home run champion Giancarlo Stanton (.281 average, 59 homers, 132 RBIs, 1.007 OPS) of the Miami Marlins, also American League home run titlist Aaron Judge (.270, 56, 114, 1.049) of this New York Yankees were among the 18 players on this list.

Highlights of the NBA games of Thursday

Highlights from National Basketball Association games on Thursday: Rockets 117, Cavaliers 113

Halladay household to commemorate the life of pitcher with public

A public ceremony to commemorate the life of baseball pitcher Roy Halladay, who had been killed earlier this week in a plane crash, will be held on Nov. 14, his family said on Thursday. Halladay, who twice won the match’s leading pitching award and also threw one of just two no-hitters from postseason history, had been killed when his small plane crashed from the west coast of central Florida.

Hugo Boss in switch to Formula E from F1: CEO in magazine

German fashion brand Hugo Boss will finish its motorsport tie-up using Formula One from next year to move into Formula E, Chief Executive Mark Langer told German weekly attention. Hugo Boss has been partnered with all the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 team since 2015, when it finished a decades-long institution with McLaren.

Everybody hurts: Seahawks outlast Cardinals

In the season’s game between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks at the University of Phoenix Stadium had been a war of wills during a grueling 6-6 pm tie, and then the 22-16 success by the Seahawks on Thursday can only be called a battle of attrition and undisciplined play. It almost seemed as if there were many accidents on both sides of the field as there were penalties by every group. The greatest injury was sustained by Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman, that had been spotted on the sideline telling teammates he tore his Achilles and he’s completed.

National Football League roundup

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott needed his latest legal motion refused by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York on Thursday, meaning that his six-game NFL suspension is back in effect. Barring a last-minute move, Elliott will begin his suspension once the Cowboys visit the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.

Figure skating: Injured Olympic champion Hanyu drops out of NHK Trophy

Olympic figure skating champion Yuzuru Hanyu has fallen out of a grand prix event in Japan because of injury, officials said on Friday, however there was no word on whether the issue was severe enough to influence his chances at February’s Winter Games. Hanyu, that hopes to be the first person in 66 years to win back Olympic golds at the next season’s Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, dropped to the ice when trying a quadruple lutz in clinic for the NHK Trophy on Thursday.

Nadal assured of being completely match at ATP Finals

World number one Rafa Nadal is convinced that he’ll be “100 percent match” at the ATP Finals event in London as he continues to recuperate from a knee injury. The Spaniard pulled out of the Paris Masters prior to his quarter-final match against American John Isner after experiencing discomfort in his right knee during his third-round triumph over Pablo Cuevas.

Fowler makes sound start to season at Mayakoba

Rickie Fowler made a solid start to his season by carding a bogey-free, six-under-par 65 on Thursday that left him three shots back of leader Patton Kizzire following the initial round of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. The world number 10, which makes his first start since the Presidents Cup, flashed midseason type at the El Camaleon Golf Club at Playa Del Carmen, Mexico using a round which was bettered only by Kizzire (62) along with Vaughn Taylor (64).