Stephen Curry and his unparalleled impact on the NBA

When Stephen Curry was selected with #7 in the NBA Draft by Golden State Warriors in 2009, the California team was an unsuccessful franchise and yearned for a star that would elevate them to the league’s elite. Carl DellStephen Curry’s father, revealed in an interview with NBC Sports television his rejection of the idea of … Read more

The NBA Finals is “Red Hot”

The exciting NBA Final Series, the continuation of the Yankees’ good time and the start of voting for the All-Star Game, make up our sports summary of the week The Golden State Warriors and Boston Celticsare tied at two games apiece in the NBA Finals, it couldn’t be more interesting, and it’s not for less, … Read more

TENNIS – Coco Gauff climbs to 13th place. ranking position; Nadal is 4th. in ranking

American teenager Coco Gauff moved up to No. 13 in the WTA rankings after falling to No. 1 Iga Swiatek in the French Open final. Gauff moved up 10 places by reaching her first Grand Slam final. The 18-year-old lost 6-1, 6-3 to Swiatek on Saturday. He had never reached the quarter-finals in major tennis … Read more

From FedEx courier to the big leagues, the story of Dominican José Cuas

Last Tuesday, the Dominican reliever Jose Cuas capped off his nearly decade-long run by finally making his debut in Major leagues after a long and unusual road. Cuas’ careerborn in Santo Domingo but raised in New York, United States, started like many young people who shared his goal, playing at the college level. At 19, … Read more

The wait is over for Al Horford; his 1st NBA Finals

The game was over. Like, well, that trip to Al Horford. He grabbed what would be the final rebound in the Eastern Conference Finals, threw the ball high, ran to join his teammates in celebration, then dropped to his knees to hit the ground. Your time has come. The oldest player, six years, on the … Read more

BASKETBALL – Al Horford in the NBA final: Let him settle in the Dominican Republic!

Al Horford, who with the Boston Celtics classification for the NBA Finals will be the first Dominican opting for the ring in the history of the league, he underlined this Sunday his enormous emotion and underlined the support which he received from all his compatriots. “Let the Republic sit down. It’s a party”he told the … Read more

BASEBALL MINIATURES – MLB Manager Rewards for Dominicans

BASEBALL MINIATURES – MLB Manager Rewards for Dominicans

Hector J. Cruz Twitter: hectorj_cruz Facebook: How many Dominicans have won the Major League Coach of the Year award? The answer is only two. How many Dominicans have been MLB managers? The answer is 7 and the last of them, Oliver Mármol, currently manages the St. Louis Cardinals. Is Marble a candidate … Read more

TENNIS – Swiatek starts Roland-Garros with 28 consecutive victories

This is just one measure of Iga Swiatek’s dominance. The new WTA number one has 28 consecutive victories, a record surpassed by only three women since 2000: Venus Williams (35 in 2000), Serena Williams (34 in 2013) and Justine Henin (32 in 2008), all number one and multiple. Grand Slam winners. “I know there will … Read more

The NBA has less physical aggression but more “symbolic violence”

According to a study published on Wednesday, although physical attacks have decreased, the increase in “symbolic violence” in the NBA, such as insults, bragging and bodily gestures, is a present and constant fact in practically all games. To carry out this analysis, published in the scientific journal PLOS Aexperts looked at NBA broadcasts between 1998 … Read more

TENNIS – Carlos Alcaraz’s numbers are worthy of the “Big 3”

The figures presented by Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, a new phenomenon on the men’s tennis circuit at 19, are worthy of the “Big 3”, made up of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, the trio that has dominated world tennis. over the past 15 years. . First ATP tournament won: Nadal did it eight days … Read more