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Must Watch Boxing Fights in 2021!

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By Ponciano Melo – June 19 is a stacked night for boxing. Notwithstanding Inoue versus Dasmarinas, Jermall Charlo versus Juan Macias Montiel and a stacked undercard on Showtime, Jaime Munguia versus Maciej Sulecki on DAZN, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. versus MMA legend Anderson Silva on PPV and Teofimo Lopez versus George Kambosos Jr. on PPV. There\’s a little something for everybody there, for sure headliners of problematic quality, great undercard battles, and surprisingly some gimmicky hogwash with Chavez versus Silva. Sprinkled all through those cards, in any case, are some exciting battles. If you need to watch men punch each other in the head for a couple of hours, June 19 is the day for you.

Vasiliy Lomachenko versus Masayoshi Nakatani – June 26

Lomachenko isn\’t taking a simple battle in his endeavor to refocus in the wake of losing to Teofimo Lopez in October 2020. Lomachenko, when ostensibly the top pound-for-pound warrior in boxing, will confront a tall, rangy lightweight in Nakatani, whose solitary profession misfortune came against Lopez in a battle where he was the principal contender to give Lopez some genuine issues. Lomachenko needs success to restore himself as a player at the top finish of an unexpectedly stacked lightweight division and get back in the blend in with a portion of the more youthful, fresher names at 135 pounds. Nakatani has the right stuff not to make that simple.

Jermell Charlo versus Brian Castano – July 17

Another in boxing\’s present run of sessions for undisputed top dog status. Charlo holds the WBC, WBA, and IBF super welterweight titles, while Castano holds the WBO title. It\’s an authentic fight between the best two warriors in the division. As significant as the fundamental idea of a battle for every one of the four belts, Charlo and Castano are the two contenders with fan-accommodating styles who are exciting finishers. That is one to get energized for genuinely.

Tyson Fury versus Deontay Wilder 3 – July 24

It\’s bizarre to be baffled by the possibility of a battle between two of the best heavyweights on earth with a background marked by waste talk and dramatization. Be that as it may, the failure is genuine with this battle executing Fury versus Anthony Joshua to decide the undisputed heavyweight champion. After their emotional attract the primary battle, Fury left no uncertainty in the rematch, overwhelming Wilder before scoring the stoppage win. More out of control has proceeded to blame Fury for messing with his gloves, having his corner neutralize him and his leave ensemble for being so hefty it wore out his legs before he hit the ring. Another misfortune here would be Wilder\’s mental perspective, and Fury has unmistakably substantiated himself the better fighter in their two battles. All that said, Wilder, punches as hard as anybody in boxing – and perhaps anybody throughout the entire existence of boxing punch-for-punch. The show is almost ensured.

Errol Spence Jr. versus Manny Pacquiao – Aug. 21

Spence versus Pacquiao appeared unexpectedly. Spence was attached to a battle with Yordenis Ugas for the late spring. However, they handled a lot greater rival in Pacquiao. It ought to be expected that Spence, who holds the WBC and IBF welterweight titles, will be viewed as the most loved coming into the battle. Pacquiao is the more extraordinary star however hasn\’t battled since an exciting parted choice success over Keith Thurman in July 2019 to win the WBA super title. His idleness drove the WBA to downgrade Pacquiao to \”champion in the break,\” with Ugas elevated to full hero. However, Pacquiao needn\’t bother with a belt to make this battle any greater.

Anthony Joshua versus Oleksandr Usyk – Likely for August

When Wilder figured out how to separate the arranged heavyweight unification among Joshua and Fury, it opened the entryway for Usyk to get his shot at Joshua. Usyk was undisputed boss at cruiserweight before moving to heavyweight, where he promptly became the required challenger for the WBO title. A to some degree lukewarm win over Derek Chisora in his heavyweight debut removed some steam from Usyk\’s promotion. However, his group needs their shot, and the WBO has requested the battle be worked out, or it will go to a handbag bid. It\’s the best accessible battle for Joshua with Fury and Wilder restricted, and Usyk will be a live canine.

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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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Jordan Poole wins it for the Dubs, goes 2-0 in season series vs. Memphis 

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In a much-anticipated NBA rivals week, Golden State faced off against the gritty Memphis Grizzlies and Jordan Poole may have caused Stephen Curry to get ejected, but he bounced back by hitting the game-winner for the Warriors. Up by two with less than two minutes left, Poole decided to release a 30-footer off a huge offensive rebound by Donte DiVincenzo with still 12 seconds left on the shot clock. Curry, who was asking for the ball, got frustrated on the shot that he threw his mouthpiece on the floor while going back to defense and with the referee in front of him, the two-time MVP got slapped with a technical and ejection in a clutch-situation game. But despite missing their best player, Klay Thompson made a huge triple off Poole's assist to give the Warriors up with 14.1 seconds. Brnadon Clark though, tied the game off a beautiful setup from Ja Morant. Thompson missed the following shot but the Warriors grabbed an offensive rebound that paved the way to an inbound game-winning play as Poole went backdoor for the layup. He finished with 21 points while Thompson had 24. Curry top scored with 34 points. With the win, the Warriors are now 2-0 against the Grizzlies in the regular season.

In a much-anticipated NBA rivals week, Golden State faced off against the gritty Memphis Grizzlies and Jordan Poole may have caused Stephen Curry to get ejected, but he bounced back by hitting the game-winner for the Warriors.

Up by two with less than two minutes left, Poole decided to release a 30-footer off a huge offensive rebound by Donte DiVincenzo with still 12 seconds left on the shot clock. Curry, who was asking for the ball, got frustrated on the shot that he threw his mouthpiece on the floor while going back to defense and with the referee in front of him, the two-time MVP got slapped with a technical and ejection in a clutch-situation game.

But despite missing their best player, Klay Thompson made a huge triple off Poole’s assist to give the Warriors up with 14.1 seconds. Brnadon Clark though, tied the game off a beautiful setup from Ja Morant.

Thompson missed the following shot but the Warriors grabbed an offensive rebound that paved the way to an inbound game-winning play as Poole went backdoor for the layup.

He finished with 21 points while Thompson had 24. Curry top scored with 34 points.

With the win, the Warriors are now 2-0 against the Grizzlies in the regular season. 

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Damian Lillard drops fourth 60-point career game 

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Damian Lillard drops fourth 60-point career game

Top 75 of all-time in full display for Damian Lillard as he put on an incredible 60-point show in Portland’s 134-124 win over the Utah Jazz.

The Trail Blazer superstar was off to a hot start scoring 26 first half points before becoming even hotter, delivering 24 points in the third quarter alone including a personal 20-point run.

He finished the quarter with 50-piece before adding 10 more in the final frame to reach 60.

This is Lillard’s fourth 60-point game of his career and a point shy to tie his career-high.

He is now third in the most 60-point output in NBA history.

Lillard shot the ball very efficiently at 21-out-of-29 field goals. He drained nine triples, dished out eight assists, grabbed seven boards and picked up three steals.

This also marked his 15th 50-point game, proving everyone he is a professional bucket-getter.

Portland’s back-to-back wins gave them a 23-25 record, fourth in the Northwest division, 12th overall in the West.

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