Sports News for Thursday, November 10th

>>Hawks Top Bulls

(Atlanta, GA)  —  The Bulls suffered a 115-107 loss to the Hawks last night in Atlanta.  Jimmy Butler had 39 points, seven assists and six steals for Chicago, which dropped to 4-and-4.  Dwyane Wade netted 25 in defeat.  Wade makes his return to Miami when the Bulls battle the Heat tonight.

>>Warriors Wallop Mavs Behind Durant

(Oakland, CA)  —  Kevin Durant had 28 points and 10 rebounds as the Warriors walloped the Mavericks, 116-95.  Durant tied Michael Jordan for fourth on the all-time list with his 72nd straight 20-point game.  Oscar Robertson is third on the list with 79.

>>LeBron Tells Women, Minorities To Stay Strong In Election Instagram Post

(Cleveland, OH)  —  Cavaliers star LeBron James is telling women and minorities to stay strong following the election of Donald Trump as President.  In an Instagram post, James wrote “If we continue the faith we will BE ALRIGHT!”  James has been a noted Hillary Clinton supporter, having just campaigned for her in Cleveland on Sunday.

>>Bears Preparing For Bucs

(Lake Forest, IL)  —  The Bears are back to work preparing for Sunday’s road game against the Buccaneers.  Offensive lineman Kyle Long and wide receiver Eddie Royal were limited in practice yesterday.  However, ESPN reports they may be on the field on Sunday.

>>Belichick: Letter To Trump Was Not Political

(Foxboro, MA)  —  Patriots head coach Bill Belichick insists his letter to President-elect Donald Trump was nothing more than supporting his friend.  Belichick says the letter wasn’t “politically motivated.”  Trump read the letter in front of his supporters during a rally the eve of the election in New Hampshire.

>>Ravens Host Browns

(Baltimore, MD)  —  Week 10 of the NFL season kicks off tonight with the Ravens hosting the Browns in Baltimore.  The Ravens are first in the AFC North at 4-and-4.  Cleveland remains the only winless team in the NFL at 0-and-9.

>>Cardinals Searching For Left-Handed Pitching

(Scottsdale, AZ)  —  The Cardinals are looking to add a left-handed pitching.  The general manager meetings end today in Arizona.  Cards GM John Mozeliak tells the “Post-Dispatch” the need arises with Zach Duke, Tyler Lyons, Marco Gonzales and Tim Cooney all recovering from injuries.

>>Blackhawks Win Seventh Straight

(St. Louis, MO)  —  The Blackhawks ran their win streak to seven games with a 2-1 overtime victory over the Blues in St. Louis.  Artemi Panarin netted the winning goal just 25 seconds into OT.  Chicago is 10-3-and-1 on the year.

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