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Sports Pay Respect in the Wake of Prince Philip’s Death

Following the death of Prince Philip, sports organizations have paid their respects to the 99-year-old prince. His death was announced by Buckingham Palace on Friday.

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The First Round of the 2021 Masters Has Come and Gone

The 2021 Masters tournament is already one for the books. The legendary Tiger Woods is absent from the Masters tradition this year due to his extensive injuries, which were sustained during his car accident in February. As for the first round of the tournament, only three players scored in the 60s—a stark difference from the November Masters, where twenty-four players scored in the 60s in the first round.

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WNBA and Nike release new jerseys for the upcoming 2021 season and 25th anniversary celebration

The WNBA and Nike recently unveiled an impressive new lineup of uniforms and merchandise celebrating all 12 of the women’s league teams and the franchise’s 25th anniversary. On Thursday, April 8, Nike released the highly anticipated third jersey option, Rebel Edition, which “applauds the unapologetic, irreverent, and underrepresented voices who define each team’s home city and state.”

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Brady embarking on NFT company

Seven-time champion Tom Brady is embarking on a new business venture and jumping on the NFT bandwagon. The quarterback announced Tuesday night via Twitter post that he is going to be a part of launching a new NFT platform called Autograph. The company will bring together big names in sports, entertainment, pop culture and fashion that will collaborate to create “unique digital collectibles.”

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Deshaun Watson’s Nike Sponsorship Suspended. Beats by Dre Ends Relationship.

The NFL offseason always has its big moments, from trades and free agent signings, but no story has been bigger than Deshaun Watson’s legal issues this year. The Houston Texans’ quarterback has over 22 civil lawsuits filed against him for sexual assault by therapists who have worked with him.

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Kevin Durant Available to Play Tonight After Missing Close to 2 Months

Brooklyn Nets star, Kevin Durant, will be available to play tonight against the New Orleans Pelicans after healing from a hamstring strain. Durant has not played since the Nets played the Golden State Warriors on February 13th. The forward is averaging 29 points a game and returns to the team for the last 21 games of the regular season.

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Baylor Are NCAA Men’s Basketball Champions

Baylor was triumphant over Gonzaga on Monday night, with a final score of 86-70, winning their first national championship in men’s basketball. Baylor got off to an early 9-0 lead and continued to keep Gonzaga at arm’s length for the majority of the game. Gonzaga ended the first half with some momentum by cutting the 19-point Baylor lead to 10.

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The Erling Haaland Transfer Saga Begins

During the transfer window, teams will be allowed to buy and sell players to and from different clubs. The hottest commodity for sale this summer is 20-year-old striker Erling Haaland. The 6-foot-4 Norwegian striker currently plays for Borussia Dortmund in Germany and has lit up the Bundesliga since his move from Austrian club RB Salzburg in January 2020.

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Stanford Are NCAA Women’s Basketball National Champions

Stanford University won its 3rd Women’s Basketball National Championship, 54-53, against the University of Arizona on Sunday night. The game was a low-scoring affair, but it was a great watch, with both teams going up and down the floor. Arizona was down by 7 at halftime but came out pressuring hard defensively to get back into the game.

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National Championship Game Preview: Gonzaga vs. Baylor

Gonzaga and Baylor will square off in the national championship game tonight at 9:20 p.m. EST on CBS. Both teams were victorious in the Final Four, though they won in markedly different ways. Gonzaga played UCLA in a Final Four classic in which both teams scored at least 90 points.

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Opening Day in Cincinnati

Opening Day is an exciting celebration for the city of Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Reds have been the only Major League Baseball team given the privilege of starting every season at home since the 19th century. The Queen City typically has a parade downtown to kick off the festivities, and it shuts down all major traffic in certain parts of downtown near the stadium, as it fills with thousands of people.

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Roy Williams Retires as UNC Head Coach

On Thursday, UNC Chapel Hill announced that Roy Williams will be retiring as their head basketball coach. Williams has led North Carolina to three NCAA titles and has been head coach for 33 seasons. He is retiring at the age of 70, after 48 years of coaching.

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