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The Last Night’s Game Team


Over the weekend, Novak Djokovic (#1) earned his record seventh Australian Open title, beating Rafael Nadal. In the women’s championship, Naomi Osaka (#1) won her first Australian Open. You might remember Osaka upset Serena Williams to win last year’s U.S. Open. IF YOU’RE NOT FIRST, YOU’RE LAST


Actor Chris Pratt has long been an MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fan. This weekend, he was in the corner for a real hero on his first fight. Adel Altamimi, a Baghdad, Iraq native, drove convoys for the U.S. Marines during which he was captured and held hostage by Al-Qaeda. He was later rescued by the Marines. Altamimi and Pratt trained together in Los Angeles and he won his debut fight, all with Pratt in his corner. SEMPER FI


Over 35,000 fans attended the New England Patriots (NFL – National Football League) Super Bowl send-off party yesterday. Quarterback Tom Brady pumped up the crowd, proving that heading to the big game never gets old, even though he’ll be the oldest player on the field come Sunday. He told the media that there is zero percent chance he’ll retire after the game. HOLD THE MEDICARE


Proving they were the best, the Metropolitan team beat out the other three teams in the NHL (National Hockey League) All-Star tournament, winning the $1 million prize. But the real winner of the all-star weekend was women’s hockey. U.S. women's national team star, Kendall Coyne Schofield, became the first woman to compete in the NHL All-Star skills competition. She placed eighth in the fastest skate challenge. LIGHTNING FAST


Former Dallas Cowboys player (NFL – National Football League) and current broadcaster Jason Witten had the honor of handing over the championship trophy to the AFC (American Football Conference) team for winning the Pro Bowl (the NFL’s All-Star Game). The only problem is that it broke in half when he handed it over. YOU HAD ONE JOB