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Olympics: D’Tigers, USA Defeated In Opening Games

Nigeria’s men basketball team D’Tigers has lost its opening game at the Tokyo Olympics after falling to a 84-67 lose to Australia at the Saitama Arena, also, tournament favourites, U.S. men's basketball, who is gunning for a fourth consecutive gold medal has lost in the Olympics for the first time since 2004.

Naomi Osaka lights Olympic cauldron at Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony

Tennis star Naomi Osaka of Japan had the distinct honour of serving as the final torchbearer of the Olympic Torch Relay, lighting the cauldron inside Olympic Stadium for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in 2021. The four-time major winner and Japanese superstar in tennis was the final torchbearer as part of the Olympic Torch Relay at the Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony on Friday after a year’s pandemic delay and lingering coronavirus threats. Osaka, 23, is a four-time major champion in tennis who is making her Olympic debut. She won her fourth Grand Slam title at the Australian Open earlier in 2021.

Quadri Vows To End Chinese Dominance At Tokyo Olympics

32-year-old Aruna Quadri, the Nigerian table tennis champion has disclosed that his goal at the Tokyo Olympics is to win a medal. Quadri who secured qualification for the 2022 Tokyo Olympics by virtue of his position on the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Olympic qualification ranking, also expressed his desire to be “lucky” to stop the domination of China at the games, noting that he has the credentials to pull a surprise on the Chinese participants in Tokyo.

Tiger Woods Recuperating From Surgery After An Auto crash

Tiger Woods an American professional golfer was involved in an auto crash in his SUV downhill road in the Los Angeles suburb in the earlier hours of Tuesday; Woods was driving in his SUV to a television shoot when the crash occurred.

Antetokounmpo Leads Milwaukee Bucks To First NBA Title In 50 Years

Nigerian-Greek professional basketball player, Giannis Sina Antetokounmpo on Wednesday morning at the Fiserv Forum has lead the Milwaukee Bucks past the Chris Paul-led Phoenix Suns to a first NBA title since 1971 after scoring 50 points. Giannis who was named as the Finals MVP for his performances throughout the series, helped his side clinched 105-98 Game 6 victory that ended the Bucks’ 50-year title drought and cemented his legacy among the pantheon of Milwaukee Bucks’ greats.

NBA: Stephen Curry Breaks James Harden's Record for Most 3-Pointers in a Month

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has continued his red-hot April by drilling his 83rd triple of the month during Sunday's game against the Sacramento Kings and has thus passed James Harden's mark for the most three-pointers in a single month.

LeBron James Attains 35,000 Career Points, Named NBA All-Star Game Captain

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James after joining the likes Abdul-Jabbar, Malone as only players to reach 35,000 career points has been selected alongside Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant to captain next month's NBA All-Star Game.

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