Oklahoma Pulls Off Four-Peat, Gunnar Henderson's Journey To MLB, Lakers Search For Next Coach, Bloomberg Joins Timberwolves Bid, TST Brings Soccer To The States

Oklahoma Pulls Off Four-Peat

The Oklahoma Sooners pulled off a historic feat, clinching their fourth consecutive Women's College World Series championship Thursday with an 8-4 win over Texas. The Sooners' win capped an astonishing run that included six of the last eight WCWS titles and a mind-boggling 235-15 record during the four-peat.

Gunnar Henderson's Journey To MLB

Most MLB teams passed on Gunnar Henderson in the 2019 draft, but the Orioles selected the talented shortstop with the 42nd pick. His journey to the bigs was not easy, but the now-22-year-old is primed to become only the 23rd player age 23 or younger to be worth at least 8.0 bWAR in a single season in the Integration Era.

Lakers Search For Next Coach

The Lakers have narrowed their search for the team's next head coach, reportedly setting their sights on UConn's Dan Hurley. Los Angeles is expected to meet with Hurley, who has led the Huskies program for the last eight years, in Los Angeles soon.

Bloomberg Joins Timberwolves Bid

The race to buy the Timberwolves just got even more interesting. Billionaire and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has joined the bid to purchase the team, which is currently owned by Glen Taylor. Bloomberg's group, which includes billionaire Marc Lore and former athlete Alex Rodriguez, currently owns 40% of the team.

TST Brings Soccer To The States

The second edition of The Soccer Tournament, a 7-on-7 tournament with a $1 million prize, kicked off on Wednesday. The 48-team men's tournament, co-owned by Chris Paul and brought to you by the same people behind The Basketball Tournament, has some notable names, including former USWNT stars Heather O'Reilly and Ali Krieger and MLB star J.J. Watt.


Roger Federer won the French Open in 2009, completing a career Grand Slam. The Swiss maestro won the title without dropping a set and defeated Robin Soderling, who had knocked out Rafael Nadal in the fourth round.

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