Gossip Whiz

Nadal and Osaka withdraw from Wimbledon

Wimbledon will be held without two big tennis stars – Naomi Osaka and Rafael Nadal. Osaka decided to retire last month due to mental health, and Nadal announced his plans to skip the tournament. Osaka said she would return to the court at the Tokyo Olympics, which begin in late July. At Roland-Garros, she decided More

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NBA recap: Warriors lose, Nets and Suns keep on winning

The Lakers deliver a blow-out win to the Warriors The Golden State Warriors suffered a big loss against the Los Angeles Lakers. The champions won 128 to 97, after great performances from LeBron James and Montrez Harrell.The King continued his MVP season with a triple-double. He scored 22 points, 10 boards, and 11 assists. Harrell More

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You’ve never seen Tom Brady in this light – as the party animal

Even the COVID-19 pandemic couldn’t cease the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from celebrating their Superbowl win.The primary-time winners weren’t allowed to have the normal celebratory parade across the metropolis, however that cease the Tampa gamers, followers, and training workers from celebrating their achievements. In a extra Florida-like fashion, the celebrations have been executed in downtown Tampa More

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Drew Brees

Drew Brees retires, Ronaldo breaks historic goal record

Drew Brees has announced his retirement from professional football. In a video posted on Instagram, the QB took the time to address the public and explain his decision. “After 20 years as a player in the NFL and 15 years as a Saint, it is time I retire from the game of football. Each day, More

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Anthony Davis out with an Achilles injury in a Lakers loss

Anthony Davis has apparently re-aggravated his right Achilles. It looked like a tendinosis tweak, which caused some swelling . This was reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The Lakers All-Star had to leave last night’s game against the Denver Nuggets. Early in the 2nd quarter after a drive to the basket against Nikola Jokic left More

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