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July

01
Chris Paul signing free agent deal with Spurs

Free agent point guard Chris Paul is signing a one-year contract worth more than $11 million with the San Antonio Spurs, sources revealed on Sunday. The Spurs and Paul wasted no time in negotiating a deal just hours after the Golden State Warriors informed the veteran point guard they were waiving him the day his $30 million salary for the 2024-25 season was set to guarantee. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Instead, Paul, 39, will spend his 20th NBA season in San Antonio, joining forces with coach Gregg Popovich as the Spurs look to build a winning […]

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July

01
Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez takes Estrada’s title with 7th-round KO

Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez knocked out Juan Francisco Estrada in the seventh round to earn the WBC junior bantamweight title Saturday night at the Footprint Center in Phoenix in a candidate for fight of the year. Rodriguez (20-0, 13 KOs), who entered the fight as a -550 favorite, had Estrada in trouble in Round 3 after landing a right uppercut. Estrada recovered well in the third, but in Round 4, Rodriguez knocked him down with a perfectly thrown left uppercut, straight left combination. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Rodriguez, 24, kept landing his […]

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July

01
Astros infielder Jose Altuve ejected in victory at Mets

Jose Altuve was hopping mad. He had appeared to foul a ball off his left foot in the seventh inning of Sunday’s match at the New York Mets, with runners on second and third and two outs as the Houston Astros tried to boost their 4-2 lead. The ball went on three hops to third baseman Mark Vientos, who threw to first as Altuve remained near the batter’s box. Umpires ruled it an inning-ending groundout, and Altuve was ejected for the second time in his major league career after tossing his helmet and bat. “They didn’t see it,” Altuve said after the Astros’ 10-5 victory in 11 […]

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June

28
Daniel Dubois vows to be ‘king slayer’ against Anthony Joshua

Daniel Dubois has vowed to become a “king slayer” as he prepares to face Anthony Joshua in an all-British IBF heavyweight title fight on Sept. 21 at Wembley Stadium. The bout was confirmed at a news conference in London on Wednesday and will be Joshua’s first at Wembley since Sept 2018. Joshua (28-3, 25 KOs) will bid to become a three-time world champion versus Dubois, who is chasing his first title. Dubois, 26, became the mandatory challenger for the IBF crown with his win over Filip Hrgović in June, and he said he is ready to take the next major […]

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June

28
Phil Foden rejoining England camp before Slovakia clash

Phil Foden is in contention to play in England’s Euro 2024 round-of-16 clash versus Slovakia in Germany on Sunday by returning to training on Friday, a source has told ESPN. Foden returned to England on Wednesday to attend the birth of his third child, having played in the 0-0 draw versus Slovenia in Cologne that secured top spot in Group C for Gareth Southgate’s team. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports The Manchester City forward was given permission by Southgate to fly home, and a source has stated that the 24-year-old is due to be back among the squad in time for training at England’s […]

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June

28
Aaron Judge stays hot with 30th homer for slumping Yankees

The New York Yankees are suddenly staggering, losing nine of their past 12 matches and four consecutive series after consecutive losses to the Mets. Wednesday’s defeat was especially ugly: a 12-2, rain-delayed pounding at Citi Field. The Yankees remain in first place by one game only because the second-place Baltimore Orioles are also in a rut. That doesn’t mean Aaron Judge has stopped hitting. The superstar slugger continued his rampage Wednesday, pushing both Yankees runs across with his 30th home run of the season in the Yankees’ 82nd game — the same pace he was on in 2022 when he finished with an American League-record 62 […]

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June

27
Knicks trade for Mikal Bridges as Nets load up on picks

The Brooklyn Nets completed a massive overhaul of the franchise’s roster, trading their best player, Mikal Bridges, to the New York Knicks, and landing a deal with the Houston Rockets to return the franchise’s first-round picks lost in the James Harden trade. After teetering in the post-Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving windows between pursuing the playoffs and the draft lottery, the Nets declared a direction and suddenly have 16 first-round picks available through 2031, including four selections in the starry 2025 NBA draft. The Nets were listening to offers from several clubs on Bridges, but his desire to play with his three former Villanova teammates on a championship contender — and the Knicks’ […]

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June

27
Jacksonville approves $1.4B renovation of Jaguars stadium

The Jacksonville City Council voted 14-1 Tuesday night to approve an agreement between the Jaguars and the city on a $1.4 billion renovation of EverBank Stadium. That brings the Jaguars one step closer to securing the long-term stability of the franchise, with the final hurdle getting the agreement approved by 24 of the NFL’s 32 owners at the league’s meetings in October in Atlanta. If that happens, construction is scheduled to start after the team’s 2025 season concludes and will finish in time for the 2028 season. “This is a historic day for our city,” Jacksonville Mayor Donna Deegan said. “As I […]

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June

27
Carlos Alcaraz, 3 more to play in Charlotte tennis exhibition

Professional tennis is coming to Charlotte later this year — and it’s doing so in a big way. The Charlotte Sports Foundation revealed Wednesday that the inaugural Charlotte Invitational will be played in the Spectrum Center this winter, and it’ll feature four of the biggest names in the sport: Carlos Alcaraz vs. Frances Tiafoe on the men’s side, and Madison Keys vs. Sloane Stephens on the women’s. The exhibition match will take place Friday, Dec. 6, a day before the ACC football championship game descends on Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit […]

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June

26
Panthers win franchise’s first title

In a thrilling conclusion to the Stanley Cup Final, the Florida Panthers defeated the Edmonton Oilers, 2-1, in Game 7 to capture the first NHL championship in franchise history and avoid a historic collapse. After racing to a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final, it seemed as if the Panthers would cruise to the franchise’s first title. However, struggles on both ends of the ice, combined with Edmonton outscoring Florida 18-5 during the three-game skid, erased their seemingly insurmountable lead and set up a dramatic Game 7. Playing in front of a raucous crowd at Amerant Bank Arena, the Panthers […]

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