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Jewish sports update, January 29, 2018

Posted on: January 29th, 2018 by Ron Kaplan

NBA

No game for Omri Casspi and the Golden State Warriors. Maybe the extra time off — their next game is tomorrow night at the Utah Jazz — will help him in his post-flu recovery.

NHL

No games; All-Star break. Action resumes tomorrow with Jason Zucker and the Minnesota Wild visiting the Columbus Blue Jackets; Brandon Leipsic and the Vegas Golden Knights visiting the Calgary Flames; and David Warshofsky and the Colorado Avalanche visiting the Vancouver Canucks.

MLB

If I were scheduled to make $20 million this year, I’d be a good sport, too. Ryan Braun says he’ll play anywhere his Milwaukee Brewers want him to. Including second base (?).

Golf

Laetitia Beck of Israel placed 10th in the LPGA Pure Silk Bahamas Classic for her second career top-10 finish. She placed eighth in the same event last year. Beck finished at 3-under par, seven strokes behind winner Brittany Lincicome.

Alexander Levy of France finished fourth in the European PGA Tour Dubai Desert Classic. He finished at 19-under par, four strokes behind winner Li Haotong of China.

Thanks to Bob Wechsler for the linx info.

Misc.

The South African Minister of Sports boycotted the Davis Cup match between his country and Israel Boo-hoo.

 

 

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