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May

21
Patrick Reed out of U.S. Open qualifying, ends majors streak

Patrick Reed’s streak of playing every major since the 2014 Masters ended Monday when he withdrew from U.S. Open qualifying, leaving the LIV Golf player no other avenue to earn a spot at Pinehurst No. 2. Reed did well enough in the Masters (tie for 12th) to move enough into the top 100 in the world, and the PGA Championship gave him an invitation to play last week at Valhalla. The U.S. Open took the top 60 in the world from this week’s ranking. Reed is at No. 92 — he would have needed third place at Valhalla to crack […]

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May

17
Tyson Fury ‘having fun’ as ‘fight of the century’ vs. Usyk nears

Tyson Fury danced and sang along to some of his favorite hits during a light workout Wednesday evening, three days out from his undisputed heavyweight championship clash with Oleksandr Usyk. England’s Fury, 35, wrapped his hands to the tune of AC/DC’s anthem “You Shook Me All Night Long.” He glided around the ring with trainer SugarHill Steward and pumped his right fist to the beat of The Killer’s “Mr. Brightside.” “I’m having fun. I always do, don’t I?” Fury (34-0-1, 24 KOs) told ESPN following his 15-minute workout at the open-air entertainment hub Boulevard City. “All these fight weeks I […]

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May

15
Tiger paired with Scott, Bradley to begin PGA Championship

Four-time PGA Championship winner Tiger Woods will tee off at 8:04 a.m. ET on the 10th tee at Valhalla Country Club on Thursday, alongside Australia’s Adam Scott and 2011 PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley. Defending champion Brooks Koepka will start his quest to repeat and earn his fourth overall PGA Championship at 8:37 a.m. off the 10th tee with world No. 9 Max Homa and three-time major champion Jordan Spieth. Spieth is not only seeking his first major victory since 2017; a win at Valhalla would also complete Spieth’s career Grand Slam. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Two-time Masters winner and world […]

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April

22
D’Angelo Russell falters late as Lakers drop Game 1

As much as the story of the Los Angeles Lakers’ season has been centered on the team looking to make up for its flameout in the Western Conference finals a year ago to pursuit a championship, there’s also been a personal redemption arc for point guard D’Angelo Russell. However Saturday’s 114-103 Game 1 loss to the Denver Nuggets, where Russell missed 13 of his final 16 shot attempts and scored 13 points, brought to mind some of his past struggles. “D-Lo is a huge reason why we’re here in the first place,” Lakers coach Darvin Ham said. “I’m not going to bail out on my […]

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April

15
Max Holloway wins BMF with last-second KO of Justin Gaethje

The BMF title is not a real championship, but Max Holloway did the gimmick proud on Saturday night with an explosive last-second knockout of Justin Gaethje at UFC 300 in Las Vegas. Holloway (26-7), a former featherweight champion competing at lightweight in this fight, was in control from the start, with faster hands and elusive footwork that made it difficult for Gaethje (25-5) to find him. For Gaethje, the defending BMF belt holder, the fight became increasingly difficult after Holloway connected with a spinning back kick to the face right before the horn to end Round 2. The kick busted up Gaethje’s nose, and […]

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April

12
A-Rod, Lore eyed Wolves payroll cuts, concerning Taylor

As part of a failed process to assume majority ownership, Minnesota Timberwolves minority partners Marc Lore and Alex Rodriguez submitted financial projections forecasting a sizable retreat in roster payroll that majority owner Glen Taylor considered would jeopardize the franchise’s ability to compete for a championship, sources told ESPN. In documents shared with Taylor, the NBA and The Carlyle Group, a private equity firm, Lore and Rodriguez rendered a budget projection as potential majority owners that would’ve lowered the Timberwolves’ payroll to $171 million starting next season — below the projected $172 million luxury tax threshold, sources told ESPN. The Timberwolves would’ve gone […]

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April

03
Formula One owner Liberty Media announces MotoGP takeover

Formula One’s United States-based owner Liberty Media have revealed a takeover of MotoGP’s parent company Dorna, valuing the world’s leading motorcycle racing championship at €4.2 billion ($4.53bn), MotoGP said in a statement on Monday. Dorna will stay an independently run company attributed to Liberty Media’s Formula One Group tracking stock and continue to be based in Madrid, with long-serving Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta remaining in his position, the statement added. “This is the perfect next step in the evolution of MotoGP, and we are excited for what this milestone brings to Dorna, the MotoGP paddock and racing fans,” Ezpeleta said. […]

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March

27
Georgia challenge Six Nations spoon side Wales to Test match

Georgia, winners of the Rugby Europe Championship, have publicly challenged Six Nations wooden spoon side Wales to a test match as they push for inclusion in the Northern Hemisphere’s top-tier competition. Italy are usually the target when the subject of Six Nations relegation is discussed, but Wales have been roped into the debate after they lost to the Italians on the final day of this year’s competition last weekend to conclude the tournament without a victory. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Georgia defeated Portugal 36-10 on Sunday to keep their Europe Championship […]

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March

19
England scrum-half Danny Care undecided on international future

England scrum-half Danny Care will assess his international future over the coming days but has not yet called time on his Test career. Care, 37, won his 101st Test cap against France on Saturday as England concluded the Six Nations with three victories from five. He featured in all five matches for Steve Borthwick’s side, starting against Scotland and coming off the bench in their wins over Italy, Wales and Ireland as well as their heart-breaking 33-31 defeat to France in Lyon on Saturday. England will play a Test against Japan and two in New Zealand this summer, but Care has not yet made a call […]

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March

18
Canelo fighting Munguia

The latest winner of the Canelo Alvarez sweepstakes is Jaime Munguia, who beat out Jermall Charlo and Edgar Berlanga to land a May 4 fight in Las Vegas versus boxing’s top star. With that fight comes a chance at boxing championship glory, and of course, the biggest payday of Munguia’s career. Munguia (43-0, 34 KOs) enters the undisputed super middleweight championship fight on the heels of a career-best performance, a ninth-round TKO victory over John Ryder in January. Munguia has improved greatly under the guidance of Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach. And now he’ll meet his countryman on Cinco de Mayo weekend. Canelo-Munguia […]

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