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Host Ryan O' Leary updates the latest from around the world of Sports in 60 seconds.

Host Ryan O' Leary updates the latest from around the world of Sports in 60 seconds.
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Host Ryan O' Leary updates the latest from around the world of Sports in 60 seconds.

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English

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603-570-3343


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Giannis Antetokounmpo got exactly what he deserved - 60 Second Sports

6/25/2019
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Giannis Antetokounmpo is the NBA's 2018-19 MVP, and despite a backhanded congratulations from the Houston Rockets, who felt their guy James Harden got jobbed, Antetokounmpo's resume makes this basically a zero debate. The 'Greek Freak' absolutely got what he deserved.

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'VAR' saved the U.S. women in Round of 16 - 60 Second Sports

6/24/2019
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In the Women's World Cup, they call it 'VAR' — Video Assistant Referee. VAR helped the United States women survive Spain on Monday, and — shocker! — we have yet another controversial ending involving video replay in sports.

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Why pitchers hate this Cincinnati Reds slugger - 60 Second Sports

6/23/2019
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Everyone seems to be mad at Cincinnati Reds slugger Derek Dietrich. Here's the problem. When you're made at someone in baseball, typically you have them beamed in the butt with a fastball. Can't do that to Dietrich. That would only pad his MLB record of six HBPs in one weekend series against the Brewers!

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That NBA Draft ... was what we thought it was - 60 Second Sports

6/21/2019
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With one of the biggest NBA free agency periods looming, it would have surprised no one if all hell broke loose in Thursday night's NBA Draft ... but the first big trade came at pick No. 4, in what was widely billed as a three-player draft, and although there were a few more deals, reaches and maybe a steal, the 2019 NBA Draft was anything but riveting television.

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There's just no mistaking David Ortiz - 60 Second Sports

6/20/2019
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The David Ortiz shooting case took a wild turn when Dominican officials announced the Red Sox legend was NOT the intended target when a gunman shot him in the back from point-blank range at a bar on June 9. Their findings leave us with one obviously question: How could the most recognizable figure in the Dominican Republic be mistaken from somebody else?

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Lakers just took the lead entering 2020 - 60 Second Sports

6/17/2019
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The Golden State Warriors could not beat the Raptors without Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard. Now, they're Western Conference reign is likely over with the Lakers adding Anthony Davis to team that still includes LeBron James and Kyle Kuzma.

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Nuthin' but the Blues in Boston - 60 Second Sports

6/13/2019
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The St. Louis Blues scored first in Game 7, and that allowed them to play to their strengths and ride out their franchise's first-ever Stanley Cup title. Meanwhile, they stripped Boston of the ultimate Big 3: Red Sox, Patriots and Bruins titles all in a 7-month span, a feat no city's accomplished since Detroit in the 1930s.

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Durant showed us who he really is in Game 5 - 60 Second Sports

6/12/2019
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As we learned during Game 5 of the NBA Finals, Kevin Durant did not miss a month of playoff action with a calf injury. He had an Achilles injury, and the fact that he tried to play through it with his team facing elimination tells us everything we need to know about a man his GM called "misunderstood" in a post-game press conference.

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Raptors call time-out on NBA title celebration - 60 Second Sports

6/11/2019
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The Toronto Raptors had the two-time defending world champions on the ropes, their home arena rocking. They were up six with 3:28 to play when coach Nick Nurse called a puzzling timeout, Klay Thompson and Steph Curry came back with monster 3-pointers, and the Raptors coughed up a golden chance to bring Canada its first NBA title.

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Blues erase Chara's signature moment - 60 Second Sports

6/7/2019
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Zdeno Chara returned to the ice less than three days after suffering a broken jaw. Boston’s TD Garden was rocking, the Bruins came out flying in the first period. But Boston came up empty. The Blues diffused that inspirational moment, scored first in the second period, and won Game 5 to take a 3-2 series lead in the Stanley Cup Final.

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Warriors opted to punt in Game 3, and it was the right call - 60 Second Sports

6/6/2019
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The plan for the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 of the NBA Finals was clear to see: Punt. Maybe try to steal one. But get healthier, turn this thing into a best-of-three series, and go win a third-consecutive title. They opted to hold Klay Thompson (hamstring) and Kevin Durant (calf) back until Friday's Game 4, and it was the right call.

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No decision: Chara should be done in Cup Final - 60 Second Sports

6/5/2019
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Zdeno Chara of the Bruins' most important players, reportedly has a broken jaw after taking a deflected puck to the face. He's been ruled out for Game 5, but not the series. The Bruins appear to be toeing the line between toughness and stupidity. But they're not. They'll have to try and finish this Stanley Cup run without their Ironman defenseman.

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Canada did not disappoint in Game 1 of NBA Finals - 60 Second Sports

5/31/2019
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The first NBA Finals game played outside the U.S. was anything but ordinary on Thursday night. No, Canada did not disappoint.

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Too many power plays in Stanley Cup Final - 60 Second Sports

5/30/2019
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St. Louis has committed 10 penalties for 20 minutes through the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final. Boston has been nabbed four times for 10 minutes, including a double-minor. The notion that NHL officials swallow their whistles in the playoffs - it's a myth.

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KD's legacy on the line in NBA Finals - 60 Second Sports

5/29/2019
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The Golden State Warriors have gone 5-0 without Kevin Durant, the two-time NBA Finals MVP, proving what we've sort of known all along — that the Warriors are obviously better with Durant in the lineup but can still be title contenders with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green running the show.

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Torey Krug's Bobby Orr moment - 60 Second Sports

5/28/2019
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If Boston ends up winning three more games for the Stanley Cup, look no further than defenseman Torey Krug's helmet-less, soaring, punishing hit on Blues centerman Robert Thomas during Monday night's third period.

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Drake has taken over the NBA's Eastern Finals - 60 Second Sports

5/24/2019
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The Raptors won in Milwaukee on Thursday night, 105-99, to take a 3-2 series lead in the Eastern Finals. That's means it's all over. The Bucks can't extend this thing to seven games — not with Drake roaming the sidelines back in Toronto for Game 6. The Raptors' global ambassador and super fan is clearly in the Bucks' heads.

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Bruins-Blues: A redo for the ages - 60 Second Sports

5/23/2019
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This Boston-St. Louis Stanley Cup Final will be billed as an historic rematch 49 years in the making, but it's really not. In 1970, the Blues capitalized on a ridiculous NHL rule that required one of the league's six expansion teams to reach the Final. The Blues made it got smoked by the Bruins in Games 1, 2 and 3. Boston capped the sweep in Game 4 with a 4-3 win in overtime, the winning goal scored by Bobby Orr who was captured flying through the air in celebration. It's one of the great...

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Let's pump the breaks on Brooks - 60 Second Sports

5/22/2019
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Brooks Koepka is the first golfer to win his first four majors inside of two years. Could he become just the fifth all-time to win double-digit major titles? History tells us the smart money's on the under.

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Warriors continue to make the NBA playoffs a mockery - 60 Second Sports

5/21/2019
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No Kevin Durant, no matter to Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. They were the Warriors' Big Three when they won the 2015 NBA title, and they were again in Monday night's clinching Game 4 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.

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