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If you find something noteworthy, send it to me at brian2e thefixisin. Have you ever seen a double Champions League winner explaining how he acted in manipulated games?
I also like how "integrity" is a big deal, and how best to protect a league's "integrity" in this age of legal sports betting. Let me just stop them right there. Never mind the questions that will now arise when a team favored by 40 is up by 35 with two minutes left in the game is trying to score yet another "meaningless" touchdown, and ultimately does to both cover the spread and make the game go "over.
How far will "integrity" really matter? Cuban and Patrick had a laugh about this. The NBA did nothing.
Flash forward less than a year, and Cuban went on Julius "Dr. J" Ervin's podcast, saying essentially the same thing, only this time, Cuban told Dr.
J that the Mavs were currently tanking. Um, who finally woke him up to this reality? I mean, if the 76ers "rebuilding plan" aka "The Process" wasn't evidence enough, I guess it took an owner's admission to finally open Silver's eyes to the fact that NBA teams are currently fixing games -- yes, tanking a game is fixing a game.
Am I really supposed to buy into the NBA's integrity after all of this? Two key, game-changing plays both went against the Nats, and neither outcome was correct.
In the first play, Cubs' batter Javier Baez's bat hit Nats catcher Matt Weiters on a dropped third strike which, by rule, should've made the play dead instantly. Instead, the ump wrongly allowed the play to continue which led to a Cubs run and more as the inning progressed after what should've been the third out.
The ump later admitting to seeing the bat hit Weitersbut decided not to follow the objective rule, instead turning it into a subjective call. Then, as the Nats attempted to come back, this pickoff play killed their 8th inning rally. How this is overturned from an on-the-field safe ruling into an out is beyond me based on the video evidence It wanted LA v.
CHI and not necessarily LA v. But these pundits boo-hoo'd nonetheless. However, it is interesting to note that politics may have played a role in why the US team lost as a "coaching decision" left America's best defender, Geoff Cameron, on the beach while his replacement Omar Gonzalez scored an own-goal which capped Team USA's loss.
Cameron may have been sitting simply because he is a vocal Trump supporter on a team full of liberals.
Peru and Columbia agreed to fix their match midway through playing it, agreeing to a draw in order for both teams to qualify for the World Cup. Soccer may be the "world's game" but it is unbelievably corrupt.
It always has been.
So the split draw decision in the highly touted Canelo Alvarez v. Gennady Golovkin match shouldn't surprise anyone. But, of course, it has.
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