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Sports Round Up

Sports Round Up
Sports Round Up


James Harden accuses the 76ers president of lying about his trade situation and says he wants to leave the team.

Giannis Antetokounmpo has announced that he will not play for Greece in the 2023 FIBA World Cup due to a knee injury. The two-time MVP and 2021 Finals MVP said that he is not ready to compete at the level he needs to after undergoing a procedure on his left knee earlier this offseason.



PSG agrees to sell Neymar Jr. to Al-Hilal for a reported fee of $200 million, making him the most expensive transfer in soccer history.

Australia celebrates the Matildas’ historic win over Brazil in the Women’s World Cup quarterfinals, with fans and media praising their performance and resilience.

The four semifinalists of the 2023 Women’s World Cup are the USA, Germany, France and Japan.

Moisés Caicedo becomes the most expensive player in British soccer history after signing for Manchester United for $5.7 million from Ecuadorian club Independiente del Valle.

Cristiano Ronaldo scores a brace to help Al-Nassr win the Arab Club Champions Cup for the first time, beating Al-Ahly of Egypt 2-1 in the final.

Kylian Mbappé is back in PSG’s first-team squad after resolving his issues with the club, following his failed move to Real Madrid in the summer transfer window.

Harry Kane makes his debut for Bayern Munich after joining from Tottenham Hotspur but fails to score or assist in their 3-0 loss to Borussia Dortmund in the German Super Cup.

Tom Brady attends a Birmingham City soccer game in England, a day after JJ Watt was spotted at a Burnley FC match, sparking rumors of their interest in buying or investing in British clubs.



Kuldeep Sen is set to move from Madhya Pradesh to Tamil Nadu.

Yashasvi Jaiswal and Shubman Gill dominate as India draws level with Sri Lanka in the second ODI.

Nat Sciver-Brunt’s stunning 81* gives Trent Rockets a lift-off in The Hundred 2023.

Tanzid Hasan and Mohammad Naim step up as Bangladesh looks to the future with the Asia Cup squad.

Dane van Niekerk, captain of Oval Invincibles, has been ruled out of the remainder of the Women’s Hundred with a fracture on her right thumb. She suffered the injury during Invincibles’ win over Manchester Originals.

Tymal Mills took a hat-trick for Southern Brave in their nine-wicket victory over Welsh Fire in The Hundred 2023.

Dan Lawrence led London Spirit past holders Trent Rockets as Tymal Mills took a hat-trick for Southern Brave in The Men’s Hundred.

In a first, Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will use ‘red card’ in a bid to combat slow over-rates.



MLB is investigating the social media posts involving Wander Franco, the Rays’ top prospect, who allegedly made derogatory comments about women and gays.

The Yankees and the A’s both suffer stunning ninth inning collapses, losing to the Red Sox and the Astros respectively after leading by four runs.

A substitute teacher who pitched for an independent league team in the offseason throws seven shutout innings for the Atlanta Braves, leading them to a 4-0 win over the Washington Nationals.



Lilia Vu has completed a remarkable comeback story by winning her second major title of the year at the AIG Women’s Open. The American golfer, who had considered retiring last year after losing her factory Ducati ride, dominated the field at Walton Heath with a seven-shot victory.


American Football

Damar Hamlin plays in his first NFL game since suffering a cardiac arrest in college, making two tackles for the Buffalo Bills in their win over the Miami Dolphins.

Peyton Manning returns to his alma mater as a professor of leadership and communication, teaching a course for undergraduate students.



Jessica Pegula shocks Iga Świątek in the US Open quarterfinals, despite being distracted by the song ‘Cotton Eye Joe’ playing during a crucial point in the third set.

In his first match in the United States since 2021, Novak Djokovic lost in doubles at the Western & Southern Open in Ohio. Djokovic and Nikola Cacic lost 6-4, 6-2 to Jamie Murray and Michael Venus.

Venus Williams, at the age of 43, earned her biggest win in four years by beating Veronika Kudermetova at the Cincinnati Open.