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Ric Bucher: U.S. men’s basketball missing their final nine shots in loss to France was surprising I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

USA Men’s Basketball team was upset by France yesterday in their Tokyo Olympics opener. The loss snaps their 25-game winning streak dating back to 2004. France finished on a 16-2 run while the U.S. missed their final nine shots. After the game, U.S. head coach Gregg Popovich said that quote: ‘there’s nothing to be surprised about.’ Ric Bucher reacts to Team USA’s stunning loss to France and explains why the loss alone was not surprising, but missing their final nine shots was.

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Emmanuel Acho explains why the Packers should rework Aaron Rodgers’ deal heading into the season I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Aaron Rodgers turned down a two-year extension this offseason that could’ve made him the highest paid player in the NFL, according to Adam Schefter. Now, an anonymous executive speculated Rodgers wants his deal restructured with years taken off, so it can pull quote ‘a Tom Brady and be the next guy to fly to go elsewhere to win a championship.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why teams’ mentalities of committing to players one season at a time makes sense for Green Bay to restructure the reigning MVP’s deal.

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Emmanuel Acho: The star is standing in the way of the Cowboys winning a Super Bowl I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Dallas Cowboys went 6-10 last season, but Dak Prescott is expected to be back and expectations are through the roof. Dallas hasn’t won a Super Bowl in 25 seasons and it’s high on Jerry Jones’ priorities. He said quote: ‘I’d do anything known to man to get a Super Bowl.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why the star is in the way of America’s Team winning a Super Bowl.

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Marcellus Wiley: Giannis’ title only means more to himself; all rings represent a champion I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Giannis Antetokounmpo won his first NBA title last night and did it with the team (Milwaukee Bucks) that drafted him eight years ago. After the game, Giannis threw some shade at superteams while not talking about leaving Milwaukee, saying quote ‘this is my city, they believed in me…I want to get the job done, it’s easy to go somewhere and go win a championship with someone else..this is the hard way to do it and we did.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why Giannis’ title doesn’t mean more than others who left to win a ring.

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Marcellus Wiley: Devin Booker’s legacy grew the most in the Finals with his unexpected historical numbers I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

NBA stars have had their moments to shine in the Finals this season. Chris Paul had a game-high 32 points to start the series while Giannis Antetokounmpo had a huge block in Game 4 and is averaging just over 32 points in the Finals. Devin Booker got stripped in the final seconds of Game 5 on Saturday, but scored at least 40 points in back-to-back games. Marcellus Wiley explains why Devin Booker’s legacy grew the most in this year’s Finals.

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Marcellus Wiley explains why Bill Belichick is under no pressure to get the Patriots to the playoffs next season I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Bucky Brooks joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss if Bill Belichick is under pressure to make the playoffs after the New England Patriots came up short last season. Hear why Marcellus believes Belichick is under little to no pressure as the Patriots look to reach the playoffs with either Cam Newton or Mac Jones as the team’s quarterback.

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Emmanuel Acho: I trust CP3 mentally, but not physically heading into GM 5 I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The NBA Finals are tied 2-2 after the Phoenix Suns lost in Game 4. Chris Paul had his worst offensive performance since the first round, finishing with only 10 points and five turnovers. Game 5 is back in Phoenix tomorrow evening and CP3 is 8-11 in Game 5’s throughout his career. Emmanuel Acho explains why he trusts CP3 ‘mentally, but not physically with his ailing body.’

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Skip Bayless reacts to Tom Brady playing the entire 2020 season with a torn MCL ‘ SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Believe it or not, the legend of Tom Brady keeps on growing. We all know the GOAT had a minor surgery after the Super Bowl to clean up a knee injury, but now details have emerged saying the issue was much more serious. According to multiple reports, Brady apparently played thru a torn MCL for the entire season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Hear what Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe have to say about Brady’s injury throughout last season.

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Marcellus Wiley: CP3 is the Finals’ most important player because his play affects the Suns’ outcome I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Devin Booker scored a game-high 42 points last night in Game 4, but it wasn’t enough. His teammate Chris Paul dropped 32 points in their Game 1 win, but had five turnovers in Game 4. Giannis Antetokounmpo had a key block shot and leads the NBA Finals with over 32 points per game. His running mate Khris Middleton led the Bucks with a team-high 40 points last night. Marcellus Wiley explains why CP3 is the most important player in the Finals and ‘the little engine that could.’

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Marcellus Wiley: Aaron Rodgers will be back in Green Bay to try and plan a soft landing from unique offseason I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Aaron Rodgers was asked about his future with the Green Bay Packers last week at a celebrity golf tournament. He responded quote ‘I’m going to enjoy the hell out of this week and then I’m going to get back to working out and figuring things out in a couple of weeks.’ Adam Schefter’s latest report was more clearcut, saying quote ‘This isn’t a money issue, it’s much more than that. He doesn’t want to be there.’ Marcellus Wiley explains Schefter’s report does not change his opinion on the MVP’s future in Green Bay and that he will be back as he returns from an offseason of emotion.

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