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James: I'll decide future after season

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(AP) -- The Latest on Monday's events from NBA media days (all times local):

1:55 p.m.

LeBron James says his intentions to finish his career with Cleveland haven't changed.

Cavs expect Thomas to play by January

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) Isaiah Thomas could be running the point for Cleveland by the end of the year.

The All-Star point guard, acquired from Boston this summer in a blockbuster trade, has made progress with his hip injury, and the Cavaliers expect him to be playing games by January. (MORE)

Brady on Trump remarks: 'Just divisive'

BOSTON (AP) New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is at odds with President Donald Trump on the issue of player protests of the national anthem, calling Trump's comments "just divisive."

Brady tells Boston's WEEI-FM that he "certainly" disagrees with Trump's comment that NFL owners should fire any player who refuses to stand for the anthem. (MORE)

Judge's 49th ties McGwire's rookie mark

NEW YORK (AP) Aaron Judge has tied Mark McGwire's major league record for home runs by a rookie, hitting his 49th of the season.

The Yankees slugger hit a two-run homer off Kansas City's Jakob Junis on Monday, a drive to right-center in the third inning that gave New York a 3-0 lead. The home run was Judge's 12th of September and fifth in five games. (MORE)

Sproles tore ACL, broke wrist on 1 play

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Eagles running back Darren Sproles tore his ACL and broke his wrist on the same play in Sunday's win over the Giants.

Coach Doug Pederson confirmed the injuries Monday, saying it's a "devastating" loss. (MORE)

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