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McGregor did better than Pacquiao against Mayweather

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By Ponciano Melo – Both Manny Pacquiao and Conor McGregor neglected to stop Floyd Mayweather in every one of their separate sessions against the 50-0 fighter, yet Chael Sonnen accepts that the Irishman fared in a way that is better than the Filipino.
At the point when Pacquiao battled Mayweather in 2015, the two came into the session as the best dynamic fighters, and two of the best fighters ever.
After two years, Mayweather battled McGregor, who, as we as a whole know, is an MMA warrior who was making his boxing debut against Money.
Given Pacquiao and McGregor\’s boxing families, it appears to be very evident who would\’ve had the better shot at bringing down Mayweather. However, as indicated by ex-UFC star Chael Sonnen, it was Notorious who made a superior showing.
Sonnen stood up on why McGregor fared better against Mayweather, just as how the Irishman should battle Pacquiao next.
\”Pacquiao did much worse with Floyd than Conor did,\” he said, as per Daily Mail.
“If that\’s the only thing we have to compare it to, then let\’s do the fight. Manny Pacquiao? One of the best?
“All of those things are true but he\’s already done it once and he did it with Floyd, who\’s better than Pacquiao.
“I\’m just saying, we don\’t how good Conor is.”
At the point when you take a gander at McGregor and Pacquiao\’s numbers from their separate battles, the previous recorded an amazing 111 punches during his session, while the last landed only 81.
McGregor likewise won a couple of early adjusts and indicated numerous brief looks at guarantee, in any case, Pacquiao had the option to last the whole 12 rounds, in contrast to the Irishman, whose battle was halted in the tenth.

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LeBron James drops triple-double in MSG, passes Steve Nash in all-time assists leaders

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LeBron James drops triple-double in MSG, passes Steve Nash in all-time assists leaders

LeBron James made history once again, and this time he got all the reasons to celebrate as his Los Angeles Lakers got an overtime road win against the New York Knicks, 129-123.

The 38-year old superstar moved up fourth all-time in the assists department, surpassing the great Steve Nash, while dropping a triple-double as well.

James finished with 28 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists with a +22 efficiency.

Along with it, he also inched closer to become the all-time scoring leader as he is now less than a hundred points away from breaking the 39-year record of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Supporting LeBron in the dub was Anthony Davis with 27 points, nine rebounds, and two steals.

Rui Hachimura made his presence felt in his second game in Lakers uniform with 19 markers, and nine boards.

Russell Westbrook continued to shine off the bench with 17-6-8 and three steals.

For the Knicks, Jalen Brunson had a night scoring a game-high 37 points, Julius Randle added 23 but it wasn’t enough to take down the purple and gold in overtime.

Next stop for the Lakers is at Indiana while the Knicks remain at home to welcome Miami.

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Celtics wins in OT after controversial regulation ending vs. Lakers

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Celtics wins in OT after controversial regulation ending vs. Lakers

The Boston Celtics had the last laugh against the Los Angeles Lakers after a 125-121 overtime win in the NBA’s rival week.

Jaylen Brown went take over mode in the extra period before finishing with 37 points, nine rebounds and three assists.

Jayson Tatum supported with a double-double of 30-piece, 11 boards along with four assists plus the no-call on his foul on LeBron James potential game-winning layup at the end of regulation.

With four seconds left, game tied at 105, James got the inbound pass and went straight to the basket where he was challenged by Boston’s defense and Tatum clearly hit him in the forearm.

James was furious with the no-call and was on his knees full of frustrations.

Patrick Beverly, who made an insane putback slam in the clutch, brought out a DSLR camera to show the referee the obvious foul and got T’d up for it.

With the emotions running high, Boston took advantage and sealed the win.

James delivered another 41-point performance but it was not enough to carry the Lakers to a win.

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NBA All-Star 2023 starters revealed

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NBA All-Star 2023 starters revealed

The 10 players from the Eastern and Western Division that will start the 2023 NBA All-Star has been named.

As expected, LeBron James will spearhead another game as he dominated in the voting.

Joining him in the west are Stephen Curry, Luka Doncic, Nikola Jokic and Zion Williamson.

Out East, Giannis Antetokounmpo topped Kevin Durant for being the captain. Jayson Tatum, Kyrie Irving and Donovan Mitchell completed the five.

James and Antetokounmpo will do the honor of drafting hours before the actual ASG.

The festivities in Utah will mark James’ 19th All-Star appearances in his 20-year career. 

Curry will made his ninth All-Star, fourth for Luka Magic, fifth for the reigning back-to-back MVP Nikola Jokic and second All-Star for Williamson.

The Greek Freak will see his seventh ASG, Durant with his 13th, Kyrie with his eighth, and Tatum and Mitchell both their fourth appearances.

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