Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Kyrie Irving Trade

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Kyrie Irving wants out of Cleveland Cavaliers that's no surprise according to Chauncey Billups he said He "knew so much about the situation (in Cleveland) that the rest of the world doesn’t know." He added that Irving’s trade request “didn’t surprise” him, but he said it was “unfortunate.” Kyrie wants to lead a team and no longer wants to be Lebron James' Tonto anymore.

So which possible team will snag him out of Cleveland? It was reported that Phoenix Suns and Minnesota Timberwolves are top candidates  to land the four-time All-Star.

Chris Haynes of ESPN said Irving wants to be traded to any of the following teams Heat, Timberwolves, New York Knicks and San Antonio Spurs. The Cleveland Cavaliers front office wants "a blue-chip young player" as the centerpiece of a package for Irving. Timberwolves have Andrew Wiggins, while the Suns can trade Eric Bledsoe and Josh Jackson.

As for the San Antonio Spurs, they can offer Tony Parker, Danny Green, Dejounte Murray and a first round pick which doesn't sound good for the Cavs since they want a young player in return. I think the Spurs is highly unlikey to land Kyrie. The New York Knicks has a better shot, they can trade Carmelo Anthony and some future first-rounders.

Kyrie Irving really wants out he even “unfollow” LeBron James on Instagram.

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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Manny Pacquiao Losses WBO title to Aussie Jeff Horn, Horn Calls Out Mayweather

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Manny Pacquiao was the favorite to win the world welterweight title match against unknown Australian Jeff Horn and with Pacquiao's performance it looked like he had won, he rocked Horn, Horn was bloodied and he was nearly floored in the ninth round. unfortunately, for Pacquiao the judges didn't favor him. Horn was awarded a stunning unanimous decision Judge Waleska Roldan had it 117-111, and judges Chris Flores and Ramon Cerdan both had it 115-113 for Horn. scored it 117-111 for Pacquiao, and ESPN ringside analyst Teddy Atlas also had it for Pacquiao, 116-111.

"That's the decision of the judges. I respect that," Pacquiao said.

Pacquiao holds the contractual right to a rematch, and he said he would exercise it.

"Absolutely, yes," Pacquiao said of fighting Horn again in Australia. "We have a rematch clause, so no problem."

The fight, which aired live on ESPN, was Pacquiao's first non-pay-per-view fight since 2005 and supposed to be a showcase. That Horn was still standing at the end of the rough, tough fight was a surprise, but Pacquiao looked to be the clear winner until his belt was handed to Horn, a 29-year-old former Olympian and former school teacher with a very thin ring résumé.

Horn seemed as shocked as anyone that he got the decision.

Pacquiao also dominated the CompuBox punch statistics, getting credit for landing 182 of 573 blows (32 percent), while Horn landed 92 of 625 (15 percent). Pacquiao also landed more punches in 11 of the 12 rounds, according to CompuBox.

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