Billy Ketelhut

Billy Ketelhut

Bio: Billy Ketelhut is a graduate from Towson University with a Sport Management degree.  He lives just outside of DC and enjoys watching or playing sports with friends and family.  His favorite sports include soccer, basketball, football, and golf.  When he is not doing anything sports related, Billy enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his dog. 

Is Disney’s Strategy for Star Wars and Marvel Working?

Disney owns two of the biggest movie brands ever in Star Wars and Marvel but the main storylines to those brands have been ended for now. The strategy Disney, the owner of these franchises, has been using to create more content for these brands is spin-offs, whether it is a show or movie. Most recently, Disney released a TV show called Loki based on Thor’s brother, and God of Mischief, Loki.

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Drake Claims Next Album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Will be Out by the End of Summer

The highly anticipated album by Drake Certified Lover Boy has been in development for much longer than expected. But in an interview on Caffeine, Drake claims that the album will be out by the end of the summer. He was asked about a rap battle between Reed Dollaz and Murda Mook, which is at the end of summer and responded with “I’ll be there. My album will be out by then.” It is not a guarantee, but it is positive news that the album will be out soon.

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Injured Nets Fall to Bucks in Game 4, Series Tied at 2-2 Heading Back to Brooklyn

The second-round matchup between the Nets and Bucks is officially a series with the Bucks tying the series at 2-2. The home team in every game has won so far this series, with the Bucks winning yesterday in game four 107-96. The Nets controlled the series after the first two games winning comfortably in game two, but the Bucks have responded as best as they could by winning the last two.

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Tyler Perry Ends Madea’s Retirement, ‘A Madea Homecoming’ to Premiere on Netflix

Tyler Perry and Netflix have announced a new movie in the Madea franchise named A Madea Homecoming and it will premiere exclusively on Netflix. Perry will be the writer, director, and executive producer of the film.

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Four Young Talents Who Can Shine at Euro 2020

After being postponed because of COVID-19, Euro 2020 begins on Friday at 3 pm EST when Italy faces Turkey in the first match of the group stage. Most international teams do not start young players because of the lack of experience they have with the national team. Getting into the national team starting eleven is difficult for young players, but here are four players who can make a big impact on their teams and futures.

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Kid Rock Calls Members of his Audience Homophobic Slurs While Performing

Kid Rock performed at FishLipz Bar & Grill in Smithville, Tenn. on Saturday and the show turned ugly for no real reason.
There were people in the audience with their phones out recording the show, which is normal ever since smartphones came out over a decade ago. For whatever reason, the audience members recording the show on their phones triggered Kid Rock even though people have been doing this at his shows for years. He initially told off the audience with some profanities but followed that up with calling the people recording a homophobic slur.

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Nikola Jokic Wins KIA NBA MVP Award in Landslide

The KIA NBA MVP award was a landslide victory for Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic who received 91 out 100 first place votes. The 26-year-old made history being the lowest draft pick to win the MVP since he was drafted 41st overall in 2014. Jokic nearly averaged a triple-double during the regular season, averaging 26.4 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 8.3 assists a game while shooting over 56% from the field. The Nuggets lost All-Star point guard Jamal Murray in April to injury but finished the season 13-5 because of Jokic’s high level of play.

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Durant Stars as Nets Extend Series Lead to 2-0 Against Bucks

The Nets are cementing themselves as the favorites to win the NBA Finals after a dominant performance against the Bucks, winning last night 125-86 and extending their series lead to 2-0. The Bucks have no answer for Nets forward Kevin Durant, who has been virtually unstoppable for all of the playoffs. Durant scored 32 points, shooting 66% from the field and having a plus minus of +27.

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Islanders Take Control of Second Round Matchup with Bruins Winning 5-4 in Game 5

The Islanders have taken control of their series, beating the Bruins last night 5-4 in another nail-biting game in the series. The Islanders now lead the series 3-2, and Game 6 will be in Long Island at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.

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Apple Announces watchOS 8, New Operating System for Apple Watches Promoting Health

As a part of Apple’s WWDC21 event, the company announced new products and updates, including the new operating system for Apple watches called watchOS 8. Apple watches have always been good about promoting health in the past by taking health measurements conveniently. Also, the ability to track workouts is easy and the watch can track a variety of different workout methods such as biking or running.

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Paramount Studios Announce a Third ‘A Quiet Place’ Movie

Paramount has announced that a third film in the A Quiet Place series will be released in March 2023. The second film A Quiet Place 2 was just released last week and had an exceptionally good week in the box office. It is expected that A Quiet Place 2 will exceed over $100 million in the box office after grossing $58 million over the weekend.

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USMNT Triumph Against Mexico in Inaugural CONCACAF Nations League

The new look United States Men’s National Team (USMNT) got their first marquee victory against Mexico in the final of the CONCACAF Nations League winning 3-2 after extra time. The Concacaf Nations League was the first major competition that the new look USMNT got to showcase their ability as a team. The USMNT squad for the Nations League consisted of lots of young players who played in Europe this past season with a few veteran players opening the opportunity for the young players to leave their mark. The victory over Mexico is a great first step for the U.S. and the team will continue to improve over time and fill in positions that can be upgraded.

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