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Clips' losing streak doubles without CP3 (2:28)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Larry Nance Jr. (hand) is getting closer to a return. He had a dental procedure that will prevent him from getting work with the G-League team this week but the Lakers were going to wait through a break this Thanksgiving weekend to give Nance Jr. more time. A return is likely for next week.

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Most impressive prospect for each NHL team at the quarter mark

Which young players in the prospect ranks have been turning heads so far this season? Here's a look at a prospect from all 31 teams who has been particularly notable, including Ryan Donato (Bruins), Kirill Kaprizov (Wild) and Daniel Sprong (Penguins).

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Robert Woods will be unavailable for fantasy lineups (1:14)
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Ducks win in 9th round of shootout (0:27)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Blair Walsh's 52-yard attempt falls about three feet short and the Seahawks (6-4) lose a close one to the Falcons. The Rams (7-3) still hold a one-game lead in the NFC West.

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LaVar would thank China's Xi, not Trump (1:09)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

LaVar Ball reiterated there's no reason for him to thank President Trump in the case of his son, LiAngelo, and two other UCLA freshmen returning to the U.S. after being held in China for shoplifting. "You heard what he tweeted," Ball said of Trump during an interview on CNN. "He tweeted because he is mad at me [that] I should have left their asses in jail. First of all, they weren't in jail, they were in a hotel. How did they get into a hotel? Somebody had to do something. Did he do it? If he paid for the money to put up whatever we needed to do then I would say thank you. Did he do that?... He said he helped. How did he help? If he helped, I would say thank you... Do I think the president helped? I don't know. I don't care and I don't know." Ball did thank Chinese President Xi Jinping.