(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Cowboys’ Jones going after Goodell.  Giants’ McAdoo has players unhappy.  Seahawks face Cards on TNF.  Warriors take care of business without Durant.  Pitino finding himself in more trouble.

>>Cowboys’ Jones Threatening To Sue NFL If Goodell Extension Approved

(Frisco, TX)  —  Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is ready to take legal action to put a stop to a contract extension for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.  The “New York Times” reports Jones is threatening a lawsuit against the league if an extension for Goodell beyond 2018 is approved.  ESPN reports Jones has hired a lawyer to explore whether the requirement of two-thirds of NFL owners needed to approve an extension can be increased to three-fourths.

>>Two Unnamed Giants Say McAdoo Has Lost Locker Room

(East Rutherford, NJ)  —  Head coach Ben McAdoo has apparently lost his locker room.  Two unnamed players on the 1-and-7 Giants tell ESPN that he no longer has the team’s support.  The Giants are coming off a 51-17 home loss to the Rams this past Sunday.  New York’s only win this season came in Week Six at Denver.  The Giants are on the road to play the 0-and-9 49ers this Sunday.

>>Seahawks Take On Cards On TNF

(Glendale, AZ)  —  It’s an NFC West matchup tonight on “Thursday Night Football” in the desert.  The Seahawks and Cardinals meet at University of Phoenix Stadium.  Seattle has lost two of its last three games to fall to 5-and-3.  The Cardinals have alternated wins and losses every week and are 4-and-4 after Sunday’s win at San Francisco.  The Rams lead the division at 6-and-2.

>>Warriors Win Without Durant

(Oakland, CA)  —  The Warriors didn’t need Kevin Durant to blow out the Timberwolves 125-101 at ORACLE Arena.  Klay Thompson hit six threes on his way to 28 points as Golden State won its fifth straight to improve to 9-and-3.  Durant tells ESPN he expects to play on Saturday against the 76ers.  Minnesota had its five-game winning streak snapped to fall to 7-and-4.

>>Pitino Was Apart Of Payment Scheme

(Undated)  —  It keeps getting worse for former Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino.  A federal indictment for Adidas executive Jim Gatto possibly shows that Pitino knew about the Cardinals paying star recruit Brian Bowen and may have even been involved.  Pitino told ESPN in an interview last month that he had no idea about anything out of the ordinary.  He was fired last month.



Orlando Magic 112, New York Knicks 99
Detroit Pistons 114, Indiana Pacers 97
Boston Celtics 107, Los Angeles Lakers 96
Miami Heat 126, Phoenix Suns 115
Golden State Warriors 125, Minnesota Timberwolves 101

Toronto Maple Leafs 4. Minnesota Wild 2
New York Rangers 4, Boston Bruins 2
Tampa Bay Lightning 5, San Jose Sharks 1


>>THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE  (All times are Eastern)

8:25 p.m. – Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

7:00 p.m. – Los Angeles Lakers at Washington Wizards
7:30 p.m. – New Orleans Pelicans at Toronto Raptors
8:00 p.m. – Cleveland Cavaliers at Houston Rockets
10:00 p.m. – Philadelphia 76ers at Sacramento Kings
10:30 p.m. – Oklahoma City Thunder at Denver Nuggets

7:00 p.m. – Chicago Blackhawks at Philadelphia Flyers
7:00 p.m. – Edmonton Oilers at New Jersey Devils
7:30 p.m. – Minnesota Wild at Montreal Canadiens
8:00 p.m. – Arizona Coyotes at St. Louis Blues
9:00 p.m. – Detroit Red Wings at Calgary Flames
10:00 p.m. – Vancouver Canucks at Anaheim Ducks
10:30 p.m. – Tampa Bay Lightning at Los Angeles Kings

OHL Classic at Mayakoba  (at Playa del Carmen, Mexico)