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Gordan Hayward Is Challenging Ever Athlete To A Game Of Fortnite

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Jesse D. Garrabrant

Boston Celtics star Gordan Hayward is still rehabbing from his knee injury that kept him on the sideline for the 2017 NBA season. Outside of the surgeries, the running, and the lift, Hayward has also made time for Fortnite.

Hayward tweeted out a challenge to his fellow athletes. “Now I’m confident that I could beat any athlete in the world. Who’s up for the challenge?”

Gordon Hayward’s latest blog called “Fortnite King,” Hayward writes that he thinks getting a bunch of NBA players together for a match would be fun, and that he’s “pretty confident” he would win. He goes on to write, “In fact, I’d almost guarantee it, and I’d be happy to take on anyone from any other sport, too. Anybody up for the challenge?”

Hayward also went on to say how much he loved watching Fornite Streams.

“I also watch a lot of streams in my free time, and everybody is streaming Fortnite right now. To me, that is the best part about Twitch. You can watch the best players play every day, and pick up the same strategies that they have. Personally, I think watching streamers play is the best way to get better, other than practicing yourself. So I watch Ninja, Tfue, DrLupo. It’s easy to watch what they do, and try to emulate it.”

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Jimmy Butler Responds Critics With ‘Dark Knight’ Quote

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Jimmy Butler has become the new villain of the NBA over the summer.

Butler requested a trade from the Timberwolves one year prior to his free agency. The drama between Butler in his team came to head during a heated practice.

“He can’t do s–t against me!” Butler exclaimed at one point when defending Towns in the post, per Haynes. Towns ultimately kicked the ball out on the possession.

“A lot of it is true,” Butler told ESPN’s Rachel Nichols. “I haven’t played basketball in so long. I’m so passionate. I don’t do it for any reason but to compete. All my emotion came out in one time. Was it the right way? No! But I can’t control that when I’m out there competing. That’s raw me, me at my finest, me at my purest. Inside the lines.”

Butler posted a photo of himself walking through a park with the caption, “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

Butler admitted he has targeted Towns and Wiggins with harsh criticism. He insinuated he gets on the two young players because he sees them not playing as hard as he does—while acknowledging their talent.

“Am I being tough on him? Yeah, that’s who am I,” Butler said. “I’m not the most talented player on the team. Who is the most talented player on our team? KAT. Who is the most God-gifted player on our team?Wiggs. … Who plays the hardest? Me! I play hard. I put my body [on the line] every day in practice, every day in games. That’s my passion. Everybody leads in different ways. That’s how I show I’m here for you.”

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Roman Reigns Relinquishes His Universal Championship Title

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On Monday, Roman Reigns opened RAW with one of the most emotional announcements.

The crowd was is in shock when Reigns announced that he would have to give up his Universal Championship due to the fact that he would need to deal with his leukemia, which has unfortunately returned, and which he has dealt with for over a decade:

He also mentioned that this would not signal his retirement. “But by no means is this a retirement speech,” as he stated, “After I’m done whooping leukemia’s ass I’m coming back home.”

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Chris Paul, Rondo, And Brandon Ingram Brawl In Lakers Home Opener

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The Houston Rockets downed the Los Angeles Lakers 125-115 in Lebron James first home game at the Staples Center. James Harden led all scorers with 35 points, all of that is overshadowed by the 4th quarter brawl.

With four minutes left in the game, Rockets guard James Harden drew a foul while driving to the hoop, making a layup over Lakers forward Brandon Ingram to put the Rockets up by 109-108. Ingram, though, didn’t like the call. The 21-year-old quickly shoved Harden in the back, drawing a technical foul.

Ingram, Paul and Rondo were all ejected from the game after officials reviewed the incident. The three will likely face suspensions and fines from the league as soon as Sunday — since the Rockets play again on Sunday night.

“That’s unacceptable,” Carmelo Anthony said of the alleged spitting by Rondo. “You don’t do that to nobody — in sports, on the street. That’s blatant disrespect. You don’t do that. That’s unacceptable. … You don’t even see that in the streets, man. I don’t know what else to say about that.”

Harden defended Paul’s reaction.

“I mean Chris had to stand up for himself,” Harden said. “It is what it is. I don’t care what man, anywhere, anytime, NBA game or in the streets.”

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Lakers officials are backing Rondo’s “contention that he didn’t spit” on Paul, while the Rockets are insisting that he did.

James who is best friends with Chris Paul weighed in on what happened after the game. “I just tried to calm things down, that’s all,” James said. “Play basketball.”

NBA Players also weighed on their thoughts about the fight.

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