According to Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports, Celtics and restricted free agent Marcus Smart have agreed to a four-year, $52 million after he and his agent Happy Walters met with Celtics officials in Boston early Thursday morning,
Marcus Smart is going to remain a member of the Boston Celtics, according to multiple sources.
By: Freddy Seagraves
The Open is here and it is in all its glory once again. Brown fairways, bouncy greens and wind and rain. Combine that with a legendary golf course and a stacked field and we have ourselves some appointment television.
After an exhilarating four year buildup to World Cup 2018, France has finally been crowned the champions of the World, after they defeated Croatia 4-2 on Sunday. Croatia had been undefeated since the tournament began, including going 3-0-0 in the group stages. France, undefeated as well, had only a tie against Denmark in their final group stage match to mar their record. As clouds covered the beautiful Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, both teams took the pitch, stepping in rhythm to The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army”. The FOX TV cameras peruse the stadium suite section, and are able to spy Russian president Vladimir Putin in one box, and French president Emmanuel Macron in another, only showing how much this game could truly affect countries on a worldwide spectrum.
Xander Bogaerts just hit ANOTHER Grand Salami to push the Red Sox past the Blue Jays in extra frames here at Fenway Park. I know Bogie is hot and cold with the bat, but this dude gets CLUTCH when you need him to be. And that swing? Oh man. Look, Xander isn’t Mookie Betts or Just Dingers Martinez, but we he gets a hold of one, DAY-UMMMM.
As the World Cup draws to a close, two teams have shown that they deserve to be competing on the world’s greatest stage. After overcoming deficit after deficit, both France and Croatia have shown the will to never give in, even when faced with the ultimate challenge. Sunday morning, the two European sides will face off in the most anticipated game in the sports world so far this calendar year. Each nation traveled different paths to reach the final, however, they both made it here in nearly the exact same fashion. Here’s a look at how these teams made it to this point.
Just a few days ago, Boston Celtics fans were questioning a possible reunion with beloved point-guard Isaiah Thomas. Well all the what-ifs and questioning "would you rather have Marcus Smart or Isaiah Thomas?" have been put to rest.
Established in 2002, the All-Star Final Vote was intended to let fans decide the final spot on the rosters of both the NL and AL All-Stars by giving them a choice between the 5 best players in each league who didn't already make the team. This season those 5 players in the AL are the Mariners’ Jean Segura, the Angels’ Andrelton Simmons, the Yankees’ Giancarlo Stanton, the Twins’ Eddie Rosario, and the Red Sox Andrew Benintendi.