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Friday facts in case you missed something


  1. Golden State Warriors battle and come up with the Game 4 win 107-97 over the Boston Celtics. The Warriors relying heavily on Stephen Curry, who turned in a spectacular finals performance. Curry scored 43 points and managed to pull down 10 rebounds despite being the shortest starter on the court. Jayson Tatum with 23 points and 11 rebounds, and Jaylen Brown with 21 led the way for Boston despite the loss. They will meet on Golden States home court  for Game 5 on Monday night, with the series tied at 2 games each.

30 for 3️⃣0️⃣ Steph (30 PTS) knocks down his 5th 3-pointer on ABC — NBA (@NBA) June 11, 2022

Robert Williams III SOARED for this block 😳 — NBA TV (@NBATV) June 11, 2022

  1. The Utah Jazz received permission to interview Jason Terry for the team’s vacant head coaching position. Terry is currently employed as head coach of the G League’s Grand Rapids Gold, a position he’s held since August 2021.

Utah Jazz to interview ex-Mavs guard Jason Terry for head coach job, report says — SportsDay Mavs (@dmn_mavericks) June 10, 2022

  1. The Charlotte Hornets are nearing an agreement with Golden State Warriors assistant Kenny Atkinson to make him the franchise’s next head coach. The 55-year-old met with Hornets owner Michael Jordan and front-office executives Wednesday, sources told The Athletic’s Shams Charania. Atkinson will reportedly sign a 4-year deal with Charlotte.

Golden State assistant Kenny Atkinson has agreed to a four-year deal to become the new coach of the Charlotte Hornets, sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 10, 2022


  1. Los Angeles Dodgers ace Walker Buehler left Friday’s game against the San Francisco Giants after 4 innings and was later said to have right elbow discomfort. He allowed 3 runs on 4 hits but struck out 6 in those 4 innings.

Walker Buehler left tonight's game with right elbow discomfort. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) June 11, 2022

  1. As his line drive landed in left field, New York Yankee, Jose Trevino tossed his bat aside and was wearing a huge smile on the way down to 1st base. Trevino finally broke a stalemate in the 13th inning with a pinch-hit single that gave New York a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Friday night.

Trevi Terrific. @HipHipJose5 💪 — New York Yankees (@Yankees) June 11, 2022

  1. The Tampa Bay Rays have lost a key component of their bullpen for the long haul, All-Star right-hander Andrew Kittredge needs Tommy John surgery to repair a damaged ligament in his elbow. Thursday the Rays placed Kittredge on the injured list siting right elbow discomfort. He was initially going to have arthroscopic surgery to remove a loose body from his elbow, that was before doctors discovered more damage.

Rays' Andrew Kittredge to undergo Tommy John surgery as Tampa Bay loses closer for year — CBS Sports MLB (@CBSSportsMLB) June 10, 2022


  1. The Dallas Stars traded former goaltender Ben Bishop’s contract and a 2022 7th-round pick to the Buffalo Sabres in return for future considerations, both teams announced Friday.

JUST IN: Stars trade Ben Bishop contract, seventh-round pick to Buffalo Sabres — SportsDay Stars (@dmn_stars) June 10, 2022

  1. The New York Rangers’ parent company banned a fan for life from all of the companies venues, for attacking a spectator wearing a Tampa Bay Lightning jersey after Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final.

“(On Thursday night), an abhorrent assault took place against a Tampa Bay fan at the conclusion of the game – followed by a second assault against an individual who bravely intervened,” Madison Square Garden said in a statement.

  1. The Buffalo Sabres will raise Ryan Miller’s No. 30 to the rafters in 2022-23.

It’s Miller’s time. Next season, number 30 will take its rightful place in the rafters. — Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) June 10, 2022


  1. The Las Vegas Raiders have signed wide receiver Hunter Renfrow to a multi-year contract extension. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed yet, but it’s reportedly for 2 years worth $32 million, reported by Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Words cant express how thankful I am. Thankful to God, Camilla, friends and family, every coach and teammate I have had in the past, and of course Raider Nation. Would not be where I am today without you all and cant wait for the next few years to try and go do something special! — Hunter Renfrow (@renfrowhunter) June 10, 2022

  1. The Washington Commanders head coach Ron Rivera, has fined defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio $100,000 for his comments comparing the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 to the protests after the police killing of George Floyd, the team announced Friday.

Statement from Washington HC Ron Rivera on the fine of DC Jack Del Rio, via @Commanders: — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 10, 2022

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