* Camacho’s mother says life support will end: The mother of Hector ‘Macho’ Camacho plans to have the former championship boxer taken off life support today, after three more of his sons arrive in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to be with him. Maria Matias said Friday night she made the decision to have doctors remove him from life support. The boxer’s oldest son says he opposes the decision. Matias says three more of the boxer’s sons will arrive in Puerto Rico and will get to see him for the last time on Saturday. She says her son “died three days ago and he’s only alive now because of a machine." The former world champion was shot in the face Tuesday night in his hometown of Bayamon.
* NHL cancels games through Dec. 14, All-Star game: More than a third of the NHL regular season and two of its marquee events have now been called off. The league announced its latest round of cancellations on Friday — Day 69 of its labor lockout. All games through Dec. 14 were wiped out, and this time All-Star Weekend, scheduled for Jan. 26-27 in Columbus, Ohio, was lost, too. The New Year’s Day outdoor Winter Classic already was scratched. NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said losing the All-Star festivities is “extremely disappointing."
* McIlroy, Donald share lead at 11 under in Dubai: Top-ranked Rory McIlroy and No. 2 Luke Donald share the lead with Marc Warren after the second round of the Dubai World Championship in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Donald joined McIlroy and Warren at 11-under 133 after his approach shot came within a foot of the hole on the 18th and he made the birdie putt for a 4-under 68. Warren (67), a 189th-ranked golfer who hasn’t had a win since 2007, had a chance take the outright lead. But his 12-foot putt on the 18th came up short.
* Holcomb races to 3rd straight 2-man win: Steven Holcomb extended his season-opening winning streak to three in World Cup two-man bobsled racing Friday night, beating Canada’s Lyndon Rush by 0.04 seconds in Whistler, British Columbia. Holcomb, from Park City, Utah, and push athlete Steve Langton of Melrose, Mass., had a two-run time of 1 minute, 45.26 seconds. Rush, teaming with Lascelles Brown, followed in 1:45.30.
— From wire reports