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Jokic gets 32 points in just 27 minutes, Nuggets rout Knicks

Jokic gets 32 points in just 27 minutes, Nuggets rout Knicks

Nikola Jokic scored 32 points and had 11 rebounds in just 27 minutes, leading the Denver Nuggets over the New York Knicks 113-99By DENIS P. GORMAN Associated PressDecember 4, 2021, 8:33 PM• 3 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleNEW YORK — Nikola Jokic scored 32 points and had 11 rebounds in just 27 minutes, leading the Denver Nuggets over the New York Knicks 113-99 Saturday.Denver never trailed in winning for only the third time in 10 games.Zeke Nnaji added 21 points off the bench for the Nuggets, Will Barton contributed 13 and Jeff Green 11.The Knicks have lost three straight overall and fell to 5-8 at Madison Square Garden this season.Julius Randle led the Knicks with 24 points on 9-for-18 shooting. Evan Fournier chipped in 15, R.J. Barrett added 13 and Alec Burks and Derrick Rose each had 11.The Nuggets led 30-24 after the first quarter and were up 60-49 at halftime. During the second quarter, the Nuggets led by as many as 16, which caused the home crowd to grow surly.After New York cut its deficit to six in the third period, Green and Jokic responded with layups on consecutive possessions to push the advantage to 73-63. The layups sparked 23-8 run, including 12 points by Jokic, as Denver made it 92-71.Denver’s lead grew to 30 on JaMychal Green’s hook shot midway through the fourth quarter.The Nuggets shot 53% from the field (44 for 84) and 47.6% from 3 (20 for 43) while limiting the Knicks to 40.2% shooting from the field (35 for 88) and 30.8% (12 for 40) on 3s.TIP-INSNuggets: The game marked a homecoming for Denver coach Michael Malone, who was an assistant on the Jeff Van Gundy-era Knicks squads, and counts Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau as a friend.“I was fortunate,” Malone said before the game. “Jeff Van Gundy was the head coach, and I had guys like Tom Thibodeau, Don Chaney, Steve Clifford who just went out of their way to — maybe because they liked my father, I don’t know — they went out their way to look after me and show me the ropes.”The Nuggets announced the signing of guard Davon Reed to a 10-day contract prior to the game.Knicks: When Thibodeau met with reporters nearly 90 minutes before the game, he had one player on his mind: Jokic. Specifically, the reigning MVP’s skill set and how to defend against it.“He’s so unique because you can run your offense through him,” Thibodeau said. “When a guy passes the ball the way he does, he makes everyone a lot better.”UP NEXTNuggets: Visit Chicago on Monday night.Knicks: Visits San Antonio on Tuesday night.———More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP—Sports

Power, influence growing for SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey

Power, influence growing for SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey

DALLAS — Greg Sankey recalls a toast former Southeastern Conference Commissioner Roy Kramer gave at a gathering in 2015 to commemorate the tenure of Mike Slive, who was retiring after deftly leading the SEC for 13 years.As Sankey was preparing to succeed his mentor, Kramer told the athletic directors in attendance the new commissioner would need their help more than anyone who had ever occupied that office to “navigate uncharted waters.”“And that is so true,” Sankey said during an hour-long interview at a hotel in Dallas ahead of yet another meeting on College Football Playoff expansion.Sankey, a 57-year-old native of upstate New York who cut his teeth at small schools and jumped to the SEC from the Southland Conference, has certainly been up for the job so far. In his six years as commissioner, the SEC has become bigger, stronger and more imposing. He has also been an agent of change, viewed warily by some as he wields extraordinary sway.On Saturday, Sankey will be in Atlanta for the SEC’s pinnacle event: No. 1 Georgia vs. No. 4 Alabama for the conference title in —- as as so often happens in the SEC — one of the biggest games of the college football season. One or both will wind up in the playoff.Over the past two years alone, Sankey has helped the SEC land a new $350 million television rights deal with ESPN and guided it through the uncertainty of the pandemic. He was part of the four-person group that crafted a proposal to expand the wildly popular and lucrative playoff to 12 teams while also planning to grow SEC membership to 16 schools with the landscape-shifting additions of Texas and Oklahoma. And, most recently, Sankey was appointed co-chairperson of a committee that will lead efforts to reconstruct the NCAA’s top division.Sankey could easily be called the most powerful person in college sports, though he would very much prefer not to be. That title, to him, connotes leading by force or demand.“I use the words influence and effectiveness,” Sankey said. “I have been in other commissioner’s positions and people listened to me, but not like now. And I fully recognize that and that’s why I think effectiveness has to be included. But you can occupy a role and not be terribly effective. Influence wanes quickly.”Even before taking over for Slive, Sankey was both effective and influential beyond the SEC.He is the NCAA policy wonk who wrote the legislation that resulted in the five wealthiest and most successful conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC) being given the autonomy to make and pass rules in some areas with no say from the rest of the membership.In some ways, that move in 2015 was a precursor to where college sports is heading: A restructuring of Division I, decentralizing governance and de-emphasizing the role of the NCAA itself. It has taken considerable time, even if the process is speeding up now. Fitting, perhaps, for Sankey, a marathon runner who was named by the Division I Board of Directors co-chair of a transformation committee along with Ohio athletic director Julie Cromer in October.The autonomy model was Sankey’s idea but he said he doesn’t have fully formed ideas for a new Division I nor does he believe that is necessary for the task.“I would encourage everybody to bring their thoughts, but not a hardened vision,” he said. “I think those thoughts help challenge perspectives, help us think more deeply about what put us here.”Among many of his peers, Sankey is an ideal person to help lead this change as the NCAA under President Mark Emmert hands more power and responsibility to its 1,200 schools.”If you’re sitting in a chair and that chair comes with power, then it’s a responsibility to use it to the best of your ability for the good of the cause,” ASun Conference Commissioner Ted Gumbart said. “And for him the cause is the SEC — and that means the NCAA.”Can Sankey provide leadership and direction that is in the best interest of both a conference with almost unmatched wealth, reach and resources and the rest of college sports?“That’s not keeping me up at nights right now,” Mid-American Conference Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher said. “I really am very comfortable with the people we have leading the transformation committee and then a number of the people on that committee.”Emmert said he has heard some in college sports express concern with Sankey’s growing influence, but recognizes the value he brings.“He’s got a lot of skills and knowledge and he’s obviously a bright guy who can help find solutions,” Emmert said. “As the head of what many would argue is the dominant football conference right now, he’s put in a position that can be polarizing. And that would be true of anybody sitting there right now.”For those who might be skeptical about whether Sankey can execute the balancing act, he says: “I can answer people’s questions. I can’t answer your suspicions. I think when people are fair, they ask the questions.”He also notes: “College sports doesn’t need me to save it.”Sankey uses his push for playoff expansion as an example of his willingness to work for the greater good. He often says the current four-team model works well for the SEC and he’s right: An SEC team has made the CFP championship game in six of its seven seasons and won it four times.“We’re asking Alabama, Georgia, LSU and I think other teams in the future to participate in more games to achieve a national championship,” he said. “Does the Southeastern Conference truly need that? We don’t.”We’re not the ones who’ve been left out five of the first seven, probably six of the first eight,” he said, referring to the Pac-12. “Yet, I look and I shared with our membership: College football’s a national sport. We have an obligation not simply to defend our own circumstance, but to look at how do you bring people in so that the strength of college football can be magnified.”Maybe the biggest reason the expansion process has dragged on throughout the fall was the SEC’s realignment bombshell dropped in July.After news leaked Texas and Oklahoma were talking with Sankey about leaving the Big 12 and joining the SEC, both sides moved quickly to make it official. The Longhorns and Sooners are scheduled to join in 2025, but the move could happen quicker.The domino knocked over by the Sankey and SEC threw multiple conferences into turmoil for months, trickling down to Conference USA, which nearly fell apart altogether.Sankey said he was well aware of the effects adding Oklahoma and Texas would have on other conferences and that it did “weigh” on him. He also noted the ACC and Big Ten have caused similar disruptions.In response to the SEC’s move, the Big Ten, ACC, and Pac-12 formed an alliance they hope will lead to more collaboration on the field and off.”I was and still am curious,” Sankey said of the alliance.Sankey said he often thinks back to Kramer’s prescient toast and a conversation he had with Slive the day he moved into his now late friend’s office at SEC headquarters in Birmingham, Alabama.Both predecessors understood Sankey was stepping into a job that was becoming more complex — and more influential.“And until you sit in the chair, you don’t understand the expectations or the tensions and the pressures,” he said. “I wanted the leadership challenge. And I still want that leadership challenge. But there is nothing easy about what we’re facing. And I think we all need to be honest about that reality in college sports. It doesn’t mean we can’t meet the challenges.”———Follow Ralph D. Russo at https://twitter.com/ralphDrussoAP and listen at http://www.appodcasts.com———More AP college football: https://apnews.com/hub/college-football and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25. Sign up for the AP’s college football newsletter: https://apnews.com/cfbtop25

Man City goes top of EPL after Chelsea loses at West Ham

Man City goes top of EPL after Chelsea loses at West Ham

LONDON — Defending champion Manchester City is on top of the English Premier League for the first time this season.And if Pep Guardiola’s team keeps playing like this, it could be difficult to knock City off its perch — even in a tight title race that saw three different teams lead the standings during Saturday.On a day when previous leader Chelsea faltered, City displayed total dominance in a 3-1 win at Watford that showed off the kind of fluid passing game that helped Guardiola’s team win three of the last four league titles.Bernardo Silva scored twice after Raheem Sterling’s early opener as City proved once again that it can do perfectly fine without a recognized striker in the lineup. It was a fifth straight league win for City, which is one point ahead of Liverpool and two in front of Chelsea after 15 rounds.“It’s always better to be top of the league than second, third or fourth, but it’s still early,” Silva said.West Ham shook up the title race by beating Chelsea 3-2 at home in the early game, and Liverpool then needed an injury-time goal from Divock Origi to earn a 1-0 victory at Wolverhampton that put Jurgen Klopp’s team on top for a few hours.City, though, was in front from the start in the late kickoff.Sterling scored the opener in the fourth minute as City capitalized on a loose pass and Phil Foden crossed into the center for Sterling to head home unmarked. Silva then doubled the lead in the 31st by weaving past two defenders before slotting the ball past goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann.City completely dominated the first half, with 81% possession, and could have added more goals before Silva got the third with a clever curled effort into the top corner in the 63rd.Watford pulled one back through Cucho Hernandez, who followed up his own shot after it rebounded off a post, to deny Pep Guardiola’s side a ninth clean sheet of the season.CHELSEA STUMBLESWest Ham is proving quite the stumbling block for England’s top teams.David Moyes’ team had already handed Liverpool its only loss of the league, beaten Tottenham, and knocked both Manchester clubs out of the League Cup. This win underlined the Hammers’ own top-four credentials, even though it required a fluke late goal to complete the comeback.Arthur Masuaku swung a speculative 87th-minute cross in from the left wing which veered toward goal and caught Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy by surprise. Mendy dove to keep the ball out but managed to push it only inside his near post.“It was a bit of a lucky goal,” Moyes conceded. “But you have to get the ball in the box, you have to try it.”Chelsea led twice through Thiago Silva’s header and a sublime volley from Mason Mount, but West Ham came back both times with a penalty from Manuel Lanzini and Jarrod Bowen’s low shot from the edge of the area.Mendy was at fault for the penalty conceded as well, and manager Thomas Tuchel knows his team can’t afford many more slip-ups after dropping five points in their last three games, following a 1-1 draw with Manchester United last weekend.“It is tough to play here but we made too many individual mistakes. We did against Man United and against Watford and got punished,” Tuchel said. “If you want to have results at this level you have to minimise the mistakes.”LIVERPOOL LEAVES IT LATELiverpool’s high-flying attack looked like it would finally be kept in check by a stubborn Wolves side. Then Origi delivered yet another crucial late goal.Mo Salah cut the ball back for the substitute in the fourth minute of injury time, and Origi swiveled before slotting the ball past goalkeeper Jose Sa.Liverpool hasn’t failed to score in the league since March and had netted four goals in each of its last three games. But the Reds struggled to make the most of their pressure against a resolute Wolves, with Salah, Sadio Mane and Thiago Alcantara also missing chances as they pressed for a winner.Origi keeps coming up big at crucial moments, though. The forward rarely gets a start under Klopp but added to a list of late scores that also includes the 96th-minute winner in the 2018 Merseyside derby and the goal that settled the 2019 Champions League final against Tottenham.NEWCASTLE WINS AT LASTNewcastle finally has a win in the Premier League, 15 games into the season.Callum Wilson scored late in the first half and Newcastle held on to beat Burnley 1-0 in a game between relegation strugglers.Wilson scored in the 40th minute after Burnley goalkeeper Nike Pope couldn’t control Joe Willock’s cross.The win was also the first by Newcastle under new manager Eddie Howe, who was hired last month to replace the fired Steve Bruce.Burnley had been unbeaten in five games but could muster only one shot on target at St. James’ Park.Neal Maupay’s goal in the eighth minute of injury time rescued a 1-1 draw for Brighton at Southampton.Maupay reacted quickest to tap in from close range after Jakub Moder’s free kick, to deny Ralph Hasenhuttl a win on his three-year anniversary as Southampton manager. Armando Broja’s smart finish put Southampton ahead in the 29th.———More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP—Sports

Dickinson 23 points, 14 boards as No. 24 Michigan tops SD St

Dickinson 23 points, 14 boards as No. 24 Michigan tops SD St

Hunter Dickinson had 23 points and 14 rebounds, freshman Caleb Houstan scored a season-high 17 points and No. 24 Michigan beat San Diego State 72-58By LARRY LAGE AP Sports WriterDecember 4, 2021, 8:10 PM• 2 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleANN ARBOR, Mich. — Hunter Dickinson had 23 points and 14 rebounds, freshman Caleb Houstan scored a season-high 17 points and No. 24 Michigan beat San Diego State 72-58.The Wolverines (5-3) led by just two points at halftime, coming off a 21-point loss at North Carolina. They bounced back and pulled away with a 17-2 run to take a 64-45 lead.The Aztecs (5-3) were led by Matt Bradley, who scored 22 points. The senior guard didn’t get much help because none of his teammates scored more than eight points.Eli Brooks scored 10 points for the Wolverines, who were able to stretch out the Aztecs defensively because of an unlikely threat from the outside.Dickinson was 3 of 3 on 3-pointers after not taking more than one shot beyond the arc in a game. The 7-foot-1 Dickinson had four points and played just 18 minutes because of foul trouble against the Tar Heels.Michigan freshman Moussa Diabate was limited to seven minutes because he was not feeling well.FAMILIAR FACESan Diego State coach Brian Dutcher helped recruit Michigan coach Juwan Howard to play for the Wolverines three decades ago when he was an assistant under Steve Fisher. Dutcher 10 seasons as an assistant at Michigan from 1988-89 through through 1997-98. He succeeded Fisher at San Diego State in 2017.BIG PICTURESan Diego State: The team will be able to learn a lot from playing a ranked Big Ten team on the road to help it against Mountain West competition.Michigan: The reeling team bounced back with a win that it desperately needed.UP NEXTSan Diego State: Hosts Cal State Fullerton on Wednesday night.Michigan: Opens Big Ten play Tuesday night at Nebraska.———More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and https://apnews.com/hub/ap-top-25-college-basketball-poll and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25

Davis leads No. 23 Wisconsin past Marquette 89-76

Davis leads No. 23 Wisconsin past Marquette 89-76

Johnny Davis scored 25 points to lead four Wisconsin players in double figures as the No. 23 Badgers downed in-state rival Marquette 89-76 on SaturdayByThe Associated PressDecember 4, 2021, 8:01 PM• 2 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleMadison, Wis. — Johnny Davis scored 25 points to lead four Wisconsin players in double figures as the No. 23 Badgers downed in-state rival Marquette 89-76 on Saturday.Davis, who averaged seven points a game last season coming off the bench, kept up his torrid start to the season for Wisconsin (7-1). He’s now averaging more than 20 points.Marquette (7-2) regularly presses and forces opponents into 16 turnovers a game. But Wisconsin was largely unfazed by the full-court pressure. The Badgers finished with 11 turnovers, just two more than their season average.Brad Davison scored 20 points for Wisconsin, while Steven Crowl and Chucky Hepburn each scored 15.Justin Lewis scored 14 to lead Marquette, while Oso Ighodaro and Darryl Morsell each scored 11.Wisconsin was sluggish, hitting just 5 of 19 from the field (26%) in a game that started with 13 lead changes and six ties. But the Badgers began to take control in the second half, hitting 11 of 12 as they turned a one-point advantage into a 59-44 lead.Marquette cut the lead to single digits briefly. But the Badgers then ran away with the game.POLL IMPLICATIONSWisconsin, which made its debut at No. 23 in the most recent poll, chalks up another quality win after defeating Texas A&M, Houston, Saint Mary’s and Georgia Tech.BIG PICTUREMarquette: The Golden Eagles are off to a better-than-expected start under new coach Shaka Smart. But it wasn’t a pretty second half for Smart, who grew up in a Madison suburb.Wisconsin: The Badgers are exceeding expectations, with Davis leading the way as a sophomore.UP NEXTMarquette: At Kansas State on Wednesday.Wisconsin: Hosts Indiana on Wednesday.———More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25

Gillespie, Moore lead No. 6 Villanova past Saint Joe's 81-52

Gillespie, Moore lead No. 6 Villanova past Saint Joe's 81-52

VILLANOVA, Pa. — Collin Gillespie scored 23 points to lead No. 6 Villanova to an 81-52 victory over Saint Joseph’s on Saturday.Justin Moore added 16 points and Eric Dixon had 12 for the short-handed Wildcats (6-2), who won their 10th straight in a series dating to 1921 between the Big Five rivals that are separated by just seven miles.“That was a good defensive performance by us,” Villanova coach Jay Wright said. “I was impressed.”Jordan Hall scored 22 points for Saint Joe’s (4-4).“That is a great Villanova basketball team,” said St. Joe’s coach Billy Lange, who was on Wright’s staff at Villanova for five seasons. “I believe it is the best team he’s had in 20 years. It might not be overall the most talented … To me that’s a perfect team.”The Wildcats have been dealing with a non-COVID virus for more than a week. It forced several players to quarantine away from the team this week.Wright said Friday that three players were questionable for this game, but only Caleb Daniels was unable to play. A second-year transfer from Tulane, Daniels came off the bench in the previous seven games this season and averaged 9.4 points.Wright said the Wildcats have used health and safety protocols to prevent other players from getting sick.“It’s unbelievable how we went right back into COVID mode,” Wright said Friday.The Wildcats still had plenty to easily beat Saint Joe’s.After going scoreless in the first half, Moore scored Villanova’s first seven points of the second half, on a pair of 3-pointers and a free throw, to push the Wildcats’ lead to 41-22 3 1/2 minutes into the second half.“My teammates found me in the right spot,” Moore said.And Villanova’s lead continued to grow as the Hawks couldn’t find enough offensive game to even threaten an upset.Villanova held Saint Joe’s to 21 of 58 shooting (36.2%) from the field, including 7 for 31 (22.6%) from long range. The Hawks also committed 15 turnovers. Taylor Funk, who entered leading Saint Joe’s at 17.4 points per game, went scoreless, missing all six of his tries, including five from 3-point range.Wright credited Moore.“He was unbelievable,” he said.Said Moore on what he did to stop Funk, “Just always knowing where he is. He’s a great player. Seeing my man at all times, staying connected to him.”Gillespie, coming off a 26-point game in Wednesday’s 71-56 win over Penn, was 7 of 12 from the field and 5 of 7 on 3s.Villanova led by as many as 15 points in the first half before settling for a 34-22 halftime lead. Gillespie had 15 points before the break, including a pair of late 3-pointers that pushed the advantage to 12. Funk missed all four of his field-goal attempts in the first half.DOMINANCEThe Wildcats continued to rule a rivalry between Catholic schools known as the Holy War. The last win for Saint Joe’s came on Dec. 17, 2011, when Langston Galloway scored 20 points to lead the Hawks to a 74-58 victory. And the Wildcats haven’t just won of late, they’ve won big. Villanova has defeated the Hawks in their last 10 wins by a combined 221 points, or 22.1 points per contest. That includes victories by 41 points, 31, 30, 29, 28 and 20.Along with Villanova and Saint Joe’s, La Salle, Penn and Temple make up the Philadelphia-area Big Five. It was the third straight Big Five win this week for Villanova, which routed La Salle and Penn by a combined 41 points in games at the Palestra.Wright said one reason for Villanova’s success versus the local competition is how much they respect these opponents.“We know the capability of these teams, so we never come into these games like it’s over,” he said. “It’s like that because we played really well. … We know how good these teams are, and I think we play well in these games because we respect them so much.”BIG PICTUREVillanova: The Wildcats leave the Philadelphia area for the first time since Nov. 21 for a pair of nonconference tests, on Tuesday at Madison Square Garden in New York against Syracuse in the Jimmy V Classic and on Dec. 12 at No. 4 Baylor, before opening Big East play at Creighton on Dec. 17.Saint Joe’s: The Hawks continue with Big Five competition, hosting Penn on Wednesday and Temple on Saturday.UP NEXTVillanova: Plays Syracuse on Tuesday at Madison Square Garden in the Jimmy V Classic.Saint Joe’s: Hosts Penn on Wednesday.———More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and https://apnews.com/hub/ap-top-25-college-basketball-poll and https://twitter.com/AP—Top25

Waardenburg's 18 helps Miami top Clemson 80-75 in ACC opener

Waardenburg's 18 helps Miami top Clemson 80-75 in ACC opener

Sam Waardenburg scored a career-high 18 points and Miami used a late 12-0 run to edge Clemson 80-75 in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teamsByThe Associated PressDecember 4, 2021, 7:44 PM• 3 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleCORAL GABLES, Fla. — Sam Waardenburg scored a career-high 18 points and Miami used a late 12-0 run to edge Clemson 80-75 in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams on Saturday.Clemson led all the way in this traditionally tight match, opening the biggest lead as Chase Hunter scored four points in a 9-3 run that made it 70-61 with 5:02 to play.The Hurricanes stormed back, starting with a Waardenburg 3-pointer and a layup, and taking the lead for the first time, 71-70, on a Jordan Miller 3 with 2:55 to play.Isaiah Wong bumped Miami’s lead to 78-73 with two free throws at 11.9 seconds and Waardenburg added two at 5.6 seconds. David Collins made a layup with a second to go to make the final margin 5.It marked the 17th time in the 32 meetings between the teams the game was decided by five points or less. Nine straight games have been decided by single digits and the last seven by a total of 28 points.Miller and Kameron McGusty scored 13 and 15 points, respectively, for the Hurricanes (6-3) and Wong had 13.PJ Hall led the Tigers (5-4) with 18 points, Hunter and Collins had 15 apiece and Hunter Tyson 10.Hunter hit back-to-back 3-pointers to give Clemson a 16-8 lead in the first half. Miami tied it three times before the Tigers went up 40-34 on a Collins 3 in the final seconds of the half.Anytime Clemson threatened to get away, Miami answered. Miller had 13 points and Waardenburg 10 in the second half.Clemson, the top-shooting 3-point team in the ACC (41.7%), was 7 of 12 in the first half but just 2 of 9 in the second. Miami, which came in average 5.5 triples a game on 29% shooting, was 11 of 25, including 6 of 13 in the second half. Waardenburg had four and Miller three. Overall Miami shot 60% in the second half.With Collins grabbing nine rebounds and Hall seven, Clemson had a 39-21 advantage in rebound, 13-4 on the offensive end for an 18-3 difference in second-chance points. But the Tigers squandered that advantage with 18 turnovers, 10 more than Miami, with the Hurricanes having a 21-10 edge in points off turnovers.Miami is home against Lipscomb on Wednesday and Clemson plays Drake on Saturday in the Holiday Hoopsgiving in Atlanta.———For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and http://twitter.com/AP—Top25

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