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James scores 31, sparks comeback as Cavaliers beat Jazz

CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James flexed his muscle Tuesday night. Then he led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their seventh straight win.

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Sutter scores tiebreaking goal as Canucks beat Blue Jackets

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Putting Jannik Hansen on the top line with Daniel and Henrik Sedin worked out well for the Vancouver Canucks.

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POWER RANKINGS: Pats are again unanimous No. 1

NEW YORK (AP) — No team has been able to knock off the Patriots so far this season

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Browns' McCown not practicing, will start if healthy

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — The cries to start Johnny Manziel are growing louder by the loss.

Browns coach Mike Pettine hears them, and so far is ignoring them.

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Joe McKeehen wins World Series of Poker _ $7.68 million

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Pennsylvania poker pro Joe McKeehen never gave up his lead in the World Series of Poker's championship event, and took home $7.68 million Tuesday night as the victor.

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Meeting between Putin and Russian sports leaders canceled

MOSCOW (AP) — Vladimir Putin canceled a meeting with the country's sports leaders on Wednesday because of heavy rain in Sochi.

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Bach thinks Russia will do what is needed ahead of Rio Games

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — IOC President Thomas Bach says he believes Russia will take steps to ensure it complies with global anti-doping rules in time to allow its track and field athletes to compete at next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

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Minnesota signs football coach Claeys to 3-year deal

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota signed interim football coach Tracy Claeys to a three-year deal Wednesday, a move that had been widely expected since Claeys stepped in when Jerry Kill retired suddenly for health reasons.

Financial terms weren't immediately released.

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