Whether it’s becoming the best in the world, first time experiences or simply making it until Friday, let’s celebrate.
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The Last Night’s Game Team
NBA (National Basketball Association)
There’s a new champion in the NBA. Last night the Toronto Raptors became NBA champions for the first time in franchise history beating the Golden State Warriors at home. Steph Curry and his Warriors won the last two NBA championships. DRAKE WAS OVER THE MOON
“Trendsetter” Memphis Grizzlies coach and former NBA player, Nick Van Exel just discovered the next best thing, iced coffee. It absolutely blew his mind and he took to Twitter to tell the world about it…for those who’ve missed this budding trend. WELCOME TO THE PARTY
Side note – If his name sounds familiar, there’s a Nick Van Exel name-drop by Jay-Z on Beyonce's "Crazy In Love."
Soccer stars dominate the top spots in this year’s Forbes list of the world's highest-paid athletes. Lionel Messi brings home enough bacon to secure the top spot followed by Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar. The NBA is the most dominate sport with 35 players in the top 100 and Serena Williams is the highest ranked woman at #63. SHAKE YOUR MONEY MAKER
Ahead of the College Baseball World Series, last night the Detroit Tigers and the Kansas City Royals played the first ever MLB (Major League Baseball) game in Nebraska at the home of the famed college tournament, Omaha. SURELY WARREN BUFFETT WAS EXCITED
What to watch
Golfer Brooks Koepka is seeking a three-peat at this week’s U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, which is the PGA’s (Professional Golfers Association) third major golf tournament. What he’s hoping doesn’t repeat is when announcer Joe Buck called Koepka’s girlfriend the wrong name live on TV. Even worse, it was his ex-girlfriend’s name. The two poked fun at the situation this week with a hilarious video. SOMEBODY SPENT THE NIGHT IN THE BUNKER