Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday, Dec 2


Reuters sports schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday:

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Broncos hand Chiefs third straight loss

The Denver Broncos inched closer to a playoff berth with a rousing win over the Kansas City Chiefs while the New England Patriots escaped a near upset to close in on another division title on Sunday. (NFL/ (PIX), moved, 500 words)

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Jets humiliated at home by Dolphins

EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey - There are still nine weeks to go until the Super Bowl, the first to be played in the New York area, but already there is an air of resignation in the Big Apple. (NFL-JETS/ (PIX), moved, by Julian Linden, 450 words)

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Falcons down Bills in Toronto

TORONTO - The Buffalo Bills made their annual trip to Toronto on Sunday but despite appearances by the Beach Boys and Toronto's infamous crack-smoking mayor, the NFL again failed to generate any buzz north of the border. (NFL-BILLS/ (PIX), moved, by Steve Keating, 400 words)

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Giants keep playoff hopes alive

The New York Giants trailed to two Washington touchdowns but fought back to claim a 24-17 win over the Redskins that kept their playoff hopes alive on Sunday. (NFL-REDSKINS/ (PIX), moved, 350 words)

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We also moved a factbox on the NFL playoff race. (NFL-PLAYOFFS/FACTBOX)

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Pacers beat Clippers, stretch stellar start to 16-1

Paul George maintained his fantastic early season form with 27 points, six rebounds and five assists as the Indiana Pacers improved their franchise-best start to 16-1. (NBA-HIGHLIGHTS/ (PIX), moved, by the Sports Xchange, 400 words)

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Alfredsson returns to haunt Senators

Daniel Alfredsson made his first return to Ottawa's Canadian Tire Centre after 18 years as a Senators player and scored a goal to lead his new team, the Red Wings, to the win. (NHL-HIGHLIGHTS/ (PIX), moved, by The Sports Xchange, 300 words)

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Roundups of off-field developments in the major North American professional sports leagues. (Moved, by The Sports Xchange, 400 words)

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South Korean curlers swept up in Sochi dreams

SEOUL - Clasping the treasured broom she used to reach the Sochi Games, Shin Mi-sung smiles as she remembers the ridicule and embarrassment she has had to endure as part of South Korea's Olympic curling team. (OLYMPICS-CURLING/KOREA (PIX), moved, by Narae Kim, 500 words)

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Root, Bell in line to step in at No. 3 for England

SYDNEY - Joe Root and Ian Bell are the two candidates to replace Jonathan Trott at number three in the England batting order for this week's second Ashes test in Adelaide, batting coach Graham Gooch said on Monday. (CRICKET-ASHES/ENGLAND moved, 450 words) (Asian Duty Editor: Peter Rutherford)

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