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Olympic Games in Tokyo Begin With a Spectacular Ceremony

The 32nd Olympic Games have officially started today, with a fantastic ceremony in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Even though these Games begin in a very tense atmosphere, with odd circumstances all present because of the COVID-19 virus, the sports fans around the world are thrilled to see the biggest event in the world finally kicking off.
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Giannis Scores 50, Bucks are the NBA Champions !!!

The Milwaukee Bucks are the new NBA champions. The franchise from Wisconsin won the trophy following a 105-98 win over Phoenix Suns in Game 6 of the NBA Finals series. It is the Bucks’ first trophy since 1971 when they defeated the Baltimore Bullets in the finals, led by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson. After two years of being among the top favorites for lifting the Larry O’Brien trophy, the team from Milwaukee finally got its hands on the prize.
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UFC on ESPN 27: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw Preview, Odds, Pick

The former UFC bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw meets the No.2 in the current rankings, Cory Sandhagen, in his first match after a two-year doping suspension. The winner of this battle is expected to have a shot at the title and the winner of the Yan vs. Sterling bout. Despite not competing for a long time, Dillashaw is still one of the biggest names in the UFC.
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Coco Gauff Skips Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Coco Gauff won’t participate in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which is a big blow to both the player and the US Olympic crew. The 17-year old American tested positive for COVID-19 just a few days before the start of the Olympic Games, the US Tennis Association revealed yesterday in the statement that disappointed the army of fans behind the youngster.

NBA Finals: Milwaukee Bucks Claims Game 5, One Win From the Title

The Milwaukee Bucks won their third straight game in the NBA Finals, thus flipping the result in the series, and reaching one win away from the title. Last night’s Game 5 in Phoenix saw the guests from Milwaukee triumphing, 123-119, and reaching on the verge of the biggest success in the previous 50 years.

Islam Makhachev Routs Thiago Moises, Wants Rafael dos Anjos Next

Islam Makhachev continued his rampage in the UFC lightweight division, submitting Thiago Moises in the fourth round of their matchup last night. With 2:38 into the fourth round, the Russian fighter found his way on the mat, submitting the rival via rear-naked choke. He crowned a dominating performance that saw him in control since the start of the bout, while on the other hand, the only thing Moises could do was to endure the beating coming from the other side.

MLS: Minnesota United vs. Seattle Sounders Preview, Odds, Pick (July 18)

In the closing match of the round, Minnesota United host the MLS Western Conference leader, Seattle Sounders. This match is highly important for both sides, as United needs three points to keep itself among the top seven teams in the conference and the playoffs. On the other hand, the Sounders are first, but their margin for error is pretty low, meaning that three points are a must.

Milwaukee Bucks Claim Game 5, Outlast Phoenix Suns, 109-103

Milwaukee Bucks came back from behind to beat the Phoenix Suns in Game 4, 109-103. After tonight’s match, the result in the series is 2-2. NBA: Boston Celtics vs Milwaukee Bucks Preview, Odds, Pick (March 24) Khris Middleton’s 40 points and his sequence in the final period were what made...

Lionel Messi Agrees to a Five-Year Deal With Barcelona

Lionel Messi and Barcelona have signed a new contract which will keep the Argentinian at Camp Nou for the next five years. The latest reports from Spain suggest that Barcelona’s icon and the club have agreed to a five-year deal that will see a 50% wage cut compared to Messi’s previous arrangement. It means that no.10’s salary will be 24 million euros.

NBA Finals: Giannis Drops 41, Milwaukee Bucks Defeat the Phoenix Suns, 120-100

The Milwaukee Bucks earned their first win in the 2021 NBA Finals, beating the Phoenix Suns in Game 3. They would triumph 120-100, decreasing the gap in the series to 2-1. Once again, the man in the middle for the Bucks was Giannis Antetokounmpo, who had 41 points, being by far the best player on the court. The Greek Freak was unstoppable, hitting 14 shots from the field in 23 attempts. He also had 13 boards and six assists.

Italy Wins EURO 2020, Beat England on Penalties, 1-1 (3-2 pen)

Italy won the EURO 2020 championship, defeating England after penalties, 3-2. The result following the regular 90 minutes and the extra times was 1-1. The hero of the game was Italy’s goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, who stopped two penalties during the shootout. He erased the mistakes of his teammates Andrea Belotti and Jorginho, who missed their chances to score from the spot.

UFC 264: Conor Breaks His Ankle, Poirier Wins the Trilogy

Conor McGregor apparently broke his ankle in the closing seconds of the first round of the UFC 264 main event, against Dustin Poirier. That earned Poirier a doctor’s stoppage win and an edge in these two’s trilogy cases, but it definitely left a bitter taste in everyone’s mouth. The fight was only becoming more intensified, but it had to be stopped due to the Irishman’s gruesome injury.

Tampa Bay Lightning Win Back-to-Back Stanley Cup Trophies !

Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup trophy for the second time in a row. The franchise from Florida defeated Montreal Canadiens in the finals, after five games. The Lightning secured the title following a 1-0 win in tonight’s match at Amalie Arena. Ross Colton was the scorer of the only goal in this event, which eventually brought the third overall Stanley Cup to Tampa Bay in the team’s history.

NBA Finals: Phoenix Suns Take Game 1, Defeat the Milwaukee Bucks, 118-105

Chris Paul and the Phoenix Suns took the lead in the NBA finals after beating the Milwaukee Bucks, 118-105 in Game 1. The home team started to break down the rivals late in the first half before pulling away to the safe distance in the third period. Despite having Giannis Antetokounmpo available and playing, the Bucks couldn’t stop the Suns, who built a 20-point lead in the third quarter.

EURO 2020: Italy in the Finals, Eliminates Spain After Penalties, 1-1 (4-2)

For the fourth time in its history, Italy reached the finals of the European championship. Azzurri eliminated Spain in the semis, following a penalty shootout, 4-2. Even though they played exceptionally well before the start of the tournament, and in general, over the past two years, the Italians were never in the middle of the media attention, and they never created hype as some other rivals.

Federer and Novak Dominantly Reach Quarterfinals, Gauff Loses to Kerber

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are in the Wimbledon quarterfinals, while Coco Gauff ended her run after today’s matches. Federer became the oldest player to reach the final 8 at Wimbledon, beating Lorenzo Sonego 7-5, 6-4, 6-2, and displaying a magnificent performance. The Swiss reminded everyone of the good old, old days when he dominated the courts of the All England Club. His rival tried to put some resistance, but Roger was better and better as time went by, as if isn’t at the doorway of the fifth decade.

Max Verstappen’s Dominant Performance in Austria, Adds Win No.5 This Season

Red Bull’s driver, Max Verstappen, won the Austrian Grand Prix today, dominating the entire race and increasing his lead in the drivers’ standings. The young Dutchman used the pole position and led throughout the entire race, adding another powerful display of power to this season’s account. Apart from winning the race, Verstappen notched an additional point for the fastest lap of the race.

Milwaukee Bucks Reach the NBA Finals, Defeat Atlanta Hawks in Game 6

The Milwaukee Bucks are in the NBA Finals, following last night’s victory over the Atlanta Hawks. Mike Budenholzer’s unit beat the hosts 118-107, even though they appeared without Giannis Antotekounmpo. The third quarter turned out to be the decisive moment for this event, as Bucks outscored the rivals 44-29 during...