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Nadal wins history making 10th French Open 

Rafael Nadal

As a big tennis fan and college tennis player myself, grand slams are always an exciting time of the year. Rafael Nadal, known as the king of clay, won his 10th French open Sunday making history.  Rafael Nadal defeated Stan Wawrinka to record his 15th career grand slam title. Nadal cruised past Wawrinka in the finals 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. “It’s truly incredible. ...

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Pittsburgh Penguins Repeat as Stanley Cup Champions

The Pittsburgh Penguins have become the first repeat NHL champions in two decades after eking out a narrow win on in Nashville on Sunday night. In a game that was a defensive struggle that was tied at zero until late into the third period, the Penguins managed to finally get a puck past Predators goalie Pekka Rinne as time ran ...

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Three Things to Watch in Sports on Monday

1: Game five of the NBA Finals will take place at Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA. The home Golden State Warriors have a chance to finish it off and collect their trophy after failing to close out the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday. The Cavs played as if they were possessed by demons, roaring out to a huge first quarter league ...

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Rookie Aaron Judge Crushes 19th Home Run as Yankees Clobber Orioles

You could say that New York Yankees rookie outfielder Aaron Judge is out of his league. Standing at 6-foot-7, and weighing 282 pounds, Judge would seem be a better fit playing defensive end for the Jets or Giants than suiting up in the pinstripes for the Yankees. Despite his tender young age, he is proving to be a giant among ...

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King James Leads Rout as Cleveland Cavaliers Live to Fight Another Day

The Golden State Warriors never knew what hit them. With a chance at clinching the NBA title as well as making history with an undefeated run through the postseason, the Warriors did neither. Not that the team had much to say about it as LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were akin to a force of nature on Friday night ...

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Three Things to Watch in Sports this Weekend

1: The Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins may have gotten a stranglehold on their chance at a rare repeat when they throttled the Nashville Predators 6-0 on Thursday. This up and down series has been hard to predict as it only days ago seemed that the upstart Predators had seized the momentum after soundly beating the Penguins twice at Bridgestone ...

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Penguins Come Out Flying, Assume Control of Stanley Cup Final Series

The defending NHL champion Pittsburgh Penguins came out flying and blasted the upstart Nashville Predators in game five of the Stanley Cup finals on Thursday night at PPG Paints Arena. In a see-saw series, the Penguins had lost the momentum after getting soundly defeated in two road games in the raucous Bridgestone Arena. With the series tied up at two ...

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Leftist Sportswriter Suggests Kaepernick Should File Collusion Suit Against NFL

When the Seattle Seahawks signed the awful Austin Davis to serve as their backup quarterback, the Colin Kaepernick fanboys in the media erupted in outrage. Kaepernick had after all been invited for a tryout by the Seahawks who were thought by many to be the perfect fit for the oppressed multimillionaire due to the far-left demographic of the Emerald City, ...

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Three Things to Watch in Sports on Friday

1: Will the Golden State Warriors win the NBA Championship and complete a historic undefeated postseason? The high-scoring Warriors have gone 15-0 in the playoffs and have LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on the ropes after a 118-113 victory on Wednesday. The Cavs are down 0-3 and the chances of them winning four games in a row to repeat ...

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Golden State Warriors Go Up 3-0 in NBA Finals

The Golden State Warriors are on the verge of making history if they can close out what has been a lopsided series on Friday night. The potent Warriors have roared through the NBA playoffs winning a stunning fifteen straight games – many in decisive fashion – and can seal the deal tomorrow night. The historic streak continues for Golden State… https://t.co/0qm5YRkTej ...

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Three Things to Watch in Sports on Thursday

1: The Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins will try to slow the momentum of the tenacious Nashville Predators in a critical home game at PPG Paints Arena. With the series tied at 2-2, the Predators come off of two games in which they were dominant and stole the momentum away from the defending NHL Champs. Starting off 0-2, the Predators may ...

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Cincinnati Slugger Punishes Cardinals Pitchers With Four Homer Eruption

Casual baseball fans aren’t likely to recognize the name Scooter Gennett but he has accomplished a rare feat that will earn him a place in history. The nondescript utility player for the National League’s Cincinnati Reds blew up on Tuesday night. He mashed four home runs, one of only seventeen players in major league baseball to do so – including him. ...

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ESPN Bringing Back Hank Williams Jr. for Monday Night Football

Beloved country music icon Hank Williams Jr. is returning to Monday Night Football after spending six years in exile. Williams rendition of the intro was a fixture on MNF on both ABC and ESPN from 1989 until 2011 when he ran afoul of the political correctness police. The singer whose nickname is Bocephus, dared to opine that former president Barack ...

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Nashville Predators Club Penguins to Even Championship Series

The Nashville Predators are a resilient bunch and that trait has the upstart NHL team two games away from winning the Stanley Cup. On Monday night in Music City, the feisty Predators roared back from a two-game deficit to knot the championship series at two and will be headed back to Pittsburgh with momentum and a full head of steam. ...

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Turkish NBA Player’s Father Arrested by Erdogan Government Goons

While Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter was able to escape from the clutches of the Turkish government over his criticism of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, his family may not be so lucky. Last month Kanter had his passport cancelled by the Turkish regime while he was in Romania following his team’s early ouster from the NBA playoffs. He was ...

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