May everything you touch turn to gold.
All you do is win,
The Last Night’s Game Team
Women’s World Cup
The U.S. Women are champions of the world again. While critics didn’t like how confident this team was, they earned it, becoming only the second country ever to pull off back-to-back Women’s World Cup wins. (The other is Germany). Their lavender-haired captain, Megan Rapinoe, scored the first goal, making her the oldest woman to ever score in a World Cup final at the age of 34. SHE CELEBRATED LIKE A VETERAN TOO
It’s literally Manic Monday at Wimbledon (tennis). Seriously, it’s referred to as Manic Monday because everyone had a day off yesterday, therefore everyone will be playing today. All eyes will be on 15-year-old American Coco Gauff, as she continues her climb to the finals. The other American wowing everyone is unseeded Alison Riske who ousted #1 ranked Ash Barty today. TAKING THE COURT BY STORM
It’s time for the MLB (Major League Baseball) All-Star festivities starting with the Home Run Derby tonight in Cleveland with the winner taking home a giant $1 million prize for the first time ever. If you want to stay engaged, play along in the Derby bracket challenge (think March Madness with way less pressure, less data and it’s over in a few hours).
For more on the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game, we have you covered. BATTER UP
The epicenter has shifted to Los Angeles and no we’re not talking about earthquakes. The two L.A. NBA (National Basketball Association) teams made some serious off-season moves over the weekend that have them both at the top of sports books and experts’ lists to win the championship. The Clippers secured the Toronto Raptors (last season’s champions) top player, Kawhi Leonard and the Lakers landed Anthony Davis. LEGIT IN LA LA LAND
What to watch
This Nike commercial that aired after the U.S. Women’s big soccer win will give you chills and motivate you to conquer your Monday. INSPIRED