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June

30
Hawks blow out Bucks 110-88, tie series at 2-2 as Antetokounmpo leaves early with injury.

The Atlanta Hawks took on the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 on the Eastern Conference Finals Tuesday night, looking to even the series at 2-2 on their home floor. Without Trae Young, Atlanta certainly had their work cut out for them if they wanted to get back in the series. In what was a wild game, the Hawks were able to take home the 110-88 victory. The Hawks started the match on a 10-2, as it was team effort out of the gates. Bogdan Bogdanovic, Kevin Huerter, Lou Williams and Clint Capela all scored inside of the first three minutes […]

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June

29
Ring Weekend Retired to Old Friends

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement farm in Georgetown, Ky, has welcomed new retiree, Ring Weekend . Owned and campaigned by West Point Thoroughbreds and trained by Graham Motion, the grade 1-winning gelding retired from racing in 2018 and was initially sent to retrain for a second career with Olympic gold medalist Phillip Dutton, but a recent injury prevented his further progress. “‘Ring’ showed incredible promise as an Event prospect, so I was devastated when he sustained a career-limiting injury during his turnout,” stated Dutton. “I wish Ring Weekend all the best in his new prestigious retirement home,” Dutton added, “and thanks to […]

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June

28
Arizona Diamondbacks’ 24-game road losing skid finally ends with rout of Padres

It had been 62 days and 24 road matches since the Arizona Diamondbacks shook hands on an opponent’s field after a triumph. “You can’t imagine how good it feels,” manager Torey Lovullo said after the Diamondbacks snapped their MLB-record, 24-game road losing streak by routing the San Diego Padres 10-1 on Saturday night. Merrill Kelly threw six strong scoreless innings, and Eduardo Escobar had four hits and five RBIs. Escobar and Christian Walker homered for the Diamondbacks, who hadn’t won away from Chase Field since April 25, when Madison Bumgarner pitched seven no-hit innings at Atlanta. “I’m proud of these guys,” Lovullo said. “We played a real good baseball game today, […]

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June

25
Judge, Sánchez drive Yanks to blowout win over Royals

Yankees hitters have clawed out of an early season slump with a string of clutch, late-game hits. The Bronx Bombers needed no such fireworks in this one — a start-to-finish shellacking that’s inspiring confidence ahead of a weekend series in Boston. “It’s good to see these guys starting to get a little bit of that swagger,” manager Aaron Boone said. Aaron Judge homered for the first of his three hits, Gary Sánchez connected for the second consecutive game and New York got its first blowout triumph in a month, defeating the Kansas City Royals 8-1 Thursday. Judge got the Yankees started with a solo […]

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June

24
The Legalities of Online Casinos

Gambling has long been one of the leading adult hobbies in every country in the whole world, and the internet has become technically sophisticated, entrepreneurs around the world have programmed online casino games to amuse people in all around the world. However, one corner of the world has been trying to curb Internet gambling: the United States. The news is that technology has grown for a long time, and even today millions of Americans gamble money at online casinos. Online poker has become a big business around the world and many serious bettors know the variety of internet card game […]

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June

23
Phoenix Suns hopeful Chris Paul returns for Game 3 vs. LA Clippers

There is optimism within the Phoenix Suns organization that Chris Paul, out for the start of the Western Conference finals because of the league’s health and safety protocols, could return for Game 3 on Thursday in Los Angeles, sources told ESPN. However, as of the start of Game 2 on Tuesday, Paul had yet to be cleared, sources said. Tuesday marked the sixth day that Paul remained isolated from the team because of the NBA’s coronavirus-related mandates. While a positive test required a player to be quarantined for a minimum of 10-14 days this season, the league has different standards […]

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June

22
Letruska will run right back in Fleur de Lis

Somebody must’ve forgotten to tell trainer Fausto Gutierrez that top-level horses in America usually don’t wheel back in three weeks, at least not when the weather gets this warm. Not that anyone should mind. Gutierrez, the dominant trainer in his native Mexico, has confirmed that Letruska, the leader in the North American filly-mare division, will return from her romp in the Grade 1 Ogden Phipps on the June 5 Belmont Stakes undercard to run Saturday in the Grade 2, $300,000 Fleur de Lis at Churchill Downs. The 5-year-old Super Saver mare is owned by her breeder, the St. George Stables […]

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June

21
Ohtani hits 22nd homer of season, Angels beat Tigers 8-3

Shohei Ohtani’s amazing first three months of the season shows no signs of slowing down. The Japanese slugger homered for the fourth time in five games and matched his high for homers in a season as the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Detroit Tigers 8-3 Saturday night. Ohtani, who announced Friday that he would participate in next month’s All-Star Home Run Derby, has 22 homers and is tied for second-most in the majors with San Diego’s Fernando Tatis Jr. They are one behind Toronto’s Vladimir Guerrero Jr. “He is dangerous from line to line right now. In every part of his game, it cannot be better,” […]

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June

18
Giannis Antetokounmpo shuns 3s, goes on attack as Milwaukee Bucks force Game 7

With his team’s season on the line, Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo entered Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals with a clear goal in mind: to attack every opportunity he could. After so much of this series has been dominated by chatter about his wayward jump shot, Antetokounmpo ensured Milwaukee would survive and force a Game 7 Saturday night in Brooklyn by relentlessly forcing his way to the rim. The result? Milwaukee cruised to a 104-89 triumph while Antetokounmpo finished with 30 points, 17 rebounds and three assists in 41 minutes — all while not taking a single 3-point shot. “That was just […]

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June

17
The Future of Crypto and Casinos

By using Blockchain technology, crypto currencies find their way into many industries as secure payment options across many online platforms, including casinos. Across the spectrum of online businesses, casinos are the most frequent converts to crypto currencies (also known as crypto). The future of crypto and casinos is secure with rising gamblers participating online or on their mobile devices. Cryptocurrency: Simply Put You can’t pick up and hold a Bitcoin in your hand or pull a note out of your wallet. This lack of physicality does not mean there is no worth to a crypto currency. In simple terms, crypto currencies […]

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