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Smith leads Golden Knights to 6-3 win over Canadiens

LAS VEGAS (AP) — It was a great time for Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley to visit the locker room after their latest win. The Golden Knights had just beaten one of the NHL’s Original Six teams, set another record for an expansion team in its inaugural season, and they also leapfrogged the Tampa

Westbrook triple-double leads Thunder past Clippers 127-117

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Russell Westbrook had his 13th triple-double of the season, Paul George scored 31 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Clippers 127-117 on Thursday night to snap Los Angeles’ four-game winning streak. Westbrook finished with 29 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in his

Vince Carter’s season-high 24 leads Kings past Cavs 109-95

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Vince Carter scored a season-high 24 points, and the Sacramento Kings handed the Cleveland Cavaliers their second straight loss with a 109-95 victory on Wednesday night. Carter had missed the previous three games due to a rib injury and coach’s decision. The 40-year-old

The amazing story behind Tiger Woods’ iconic Nike juggling commercial

It wasn’t that long ago that Tiger Woods was the world’s most marketable athlete, annually ranking at or near the top of the list of the world’s highest-paid athletes. But for all of Woods’ endorsement deals and commercials, there is one commercial that stands above them all — The famous juggling-golf-ball commercial for Nike, which first aired in 1999. The commercial is simply Woods juggling a golf ball with a wedge for 28 seconds, fast, slow, between his legs, behind his back, and he finishes by hitting the ball out of mid-air down the range. But the iconic commercial almost never happened, and even after the idea was born, it might have still failed if not for Tiger’s fierce competitive fire.