- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Your Top Plays for Today: AP’s Sports Guide

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—LEBRON, CAVALIERS ROLL TO 110-88 WIN OVER NETS IN FRONT OF BRITAIN’S PRINCE WILLIAM AND KATE

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers turned a close game into a clinic after Prince William and his wife, Kate, took courtside seats to watch them, beating the Brooklyn Nets 110-88.

https://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/B/BKN_CAVALIERS_NETS?SITE=AP&SECTION;=HOME&TEMPLATE;=DEFAULT

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—IOC APPROVES REVISED BIDDING SYSTEM, FLEXIBLE SPORTS PROGRAM AND NEW OLYMPIC CHANNEL

The IOC approved a wide-ranging reform package, including a more affordable bidding process, creation of an Olympic television channel and a more flexible sports program that could bring baseball and softball into the 2020 Tokyo Games.

https://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OLY_IOC_MEETING?SITE=AP&SECTION;=HOME&TEMPLATE;=DEFAULT

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—EDDIE LACY, GREEN BAY PACKERS HOLD OFF ATLANTA FALCONS FOR 43-37 WIN

Eddie Lacy ran for a touchdown and caught one of Aaron Rodgers’ three TD passes as the Green Bay Packers built a 24-point lead before holding on for a 43-37 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.

https://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/F/FBN_FALCONS_PACKERS?SITE=AP&SECTION;=HOME&TEMPLATE;=DEFAULT

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—VAN PERSIE SCORES TWICE AS MAN UNITED BEATS SOUTHAMPTON 2-1 IN PREMIER LEAGUE

Two clinical finishes from Robin van Persie gave Manchester United a 2-1 victory against Southampton in the Premier League, despite the visitors being pegged back for much of the game at St. Mary’s.

https://m.apnews.com/ap/db_307134/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=CNcncdAF

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— A RETURN FOR TIGER WOODS NO LONGER DEPENDENT ON JUST HIS HEALTH

Tiger Woods appears to be on the road to recovery again, only it’s no longer a question of how soon before he reaches full speed. There are a lot more cars on the road now. Faster ones, too.

https://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/G/GLF_ON_GOLF_TIGERS_ROAD?SITE=AP&SECTION;=HOME&TEMPLATE;=DEFAULT


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