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    Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks shoots a layup against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday in Milwaukee. Photo: CFP

    Giannis Antetokounmpo led a night of upsets in the NBA on Tuesday with 34 points as the Milwaukee Bucks stunned -LeBron James and the Cleveland -Cavaliers.

    Antetokounmpo adidas nmd womens uk , 21, also grabbed 12 rebounds and contributed five assists as a Cavs side featuring both James and Kyrie Irving failed to fire.

    Greek international Antetokounmpo was ably supported by Jabari Parker (18 points) and Michael Beasley (17) as the Bucks scored a win which improves their season to 8-8.

    The Cavs' loss saw the champions fall to 13-3 for the season. James finished with 22 points to lead the scoring for the Cavs, ahead of Irving with 20 points.

    But the star of the night was Antetokounmpo, who became one of the highest-paid players in the NBA earlier this year when he inked a $100 million four-year deal.

    Last season the giant forward -averaged 16.9 points adidas nmd sale , 7.7 rebounds. 4.3 -assists and 1.4 blocks in 80 games. So far this season Antetokounmpo is -averaging 22 points per game.

    The Bucks' upset win was the biggest shock of the day as various -in-form teams ended up losing to unheralded opposition.

    San Antonio's nine-game winning streak came to an abrupt halt when the Western Conference giants crashed to a 95-83 defeat against the Orlando Magic.

    Serge Ibaka scored 18 points while Nikola Vucevic added 12 points and 10 rebounds as the Magic silenced the Spurs fans at the AT&T -Center.

    The victory ended a four-game losing streak for Orlando, who improved to 7-11. San Antonio slipped to 14-4.

    Spurs star Kawhi Leonard led the scoring for the home side with 21 points with LaMarcus Aldridge adding 16 points and Manu Ginobili chipping in with 13.

    The Los Angeles Clippers fell to 14-5 against the Brooklyn Nets in New York, with the underdogs improving their record to 5-12 after a wild 127-122 win in -double overtime.

    Sean Kilpatrick was the hero for the Nets, finishing with a career-high 38 points - 31 of them coming after the third quarter - as Brooklyn reeled in the Clippers who at one stage had led by 18 points.

    In New Orleans adidas nmd uk , Anthony Davis maintained his prolific start to the season with 41 points as the Pelicans dismantled the Los Angeles Lakers 105-88.

    Davis also plucked 16 rebounds as the Pelicans snapped a two-game losing streak with their fifth straight home victory.

    The win saw the Pelicans improve to 7-12 while the Lakers fell to 9-10.

    Davis's tally marked the seventh time this season he has finished with at least 35 points and 10 rebounds in a game. The 23-year-old is now averaging just under 32 points per game for the season, and leads the league's scoring standings from Russell Westbrook (30.9 points per game).

    CHICAGO, Nov. 24 (Xinhua) -- A shooting happened in Shawnee Park of Louisville, U.S. State of Kentucky, on Thursday, typically the Thanksgiving Day, killing two and injuring four.

    No further information on victims, nor gunman are available now.

    Police have blocked the crime scene in front of the Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse from traffic, local media reported.

    The shooting happened Thursday afternoon when hundreds of people were gathering at the park for an annual event "Juice Bowl" football game.

    Local media reported that Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer was also at the event, just 200 yards away, and quoted Fischer spokesman as saying that it was an "alarming" situation.

    Second-seeded Andy Murray of Britain rallied from a set down to defeat fourth seed Tommy Robredo of Spain, 5-7, 7-6 (9) ;, 6-1 yesterday to win the Shenzhen Open in south China’s Guangdong Province.

    Murray saved five match points as he ended a 15-month title drought while improving his chances of qualifying for the ATP Finals in London in November.

    “I got lucky, basically, at the end of the second set,” Murray said. “I fought hard ;, tried my best and thankfully managed to turn it round.”

    The 27-year-old Scot accepted a wildcard into Shenzhen in a bid to improve his ranking from 11th into the top eight, so as to qualify for London. Murray now moves up to 10th in the rankings, just 105 points behind the eighth-placed Czech Tomas Berdych.

    Murray trailed 2-6 in the second set tiebreaker against Robredo, but the Spaniard squandered five match points.

    It was Murray’s first title since his triumph at Wimbledon in July 2013 and his 29th tour-level victory.

    In Beijing ;, world No. 4 Maria Sharapova powered through her opening match at the US$5.4 million China Open yesterday, but faces a tricky opponent in the second round.

    The Russian beat Estonia's Kaia Kanepi 6-4, 6-1 in her first-round match of the tournament, and will meet world No. 34 Elina Svitolina next.

    The Ukrainian beat world No. 8 Angelique Kerber last week at the Wuhan Open to make it to the semifinals of the premier-ranking event ;, and will have her confidence sky-high.

    Sharapova, the reigning French Open champion, said despite her six double-faults she thought she served well against the 46th-ranked Kanepi, a five-time grand slam quarterfinalist.

    “I thought I played a difficult opponent ;, someone that I’ve had trouble against in the past. I’m usually somebody that goes for my serve. If I make more errors, I feel more confident knowing that I’m going for it rather than just making my opponent hit a ball.”

    Elsewhere, Sara Errani became the first seed to tumble as Kurumi Nara of Japan sealed a 3-6, 6-3 ;, 6-4 victory.

    The 11th seed was hoping for a good run in Beijing to improve her slim chance of making next month's WTA Finals in Singapore, which features the top eight women's players.

    Venus Williams eased through against British rising star Heather Watson 6-3, 6-1.


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