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Seton Hall burned by Georgetown in big NCAA Tournament blow



Seton Hall burned by Georgetown in big NCAA Tournament blow

Eventually, Seton Hall was going to get burned. At some point, the Pirates were going to play with fire one too many times.

Seton Hall was fortunate to get past Marquette and DePaul in the last week, but wasn’t so lucky Saturday. Georgetown is playing better than those aforementioned foes. The Hoyas proved it, handing the Pirates an 81-75 setback in the nation’s capital, a loss that could be the difference between making the NCAA Tournament and missing it.

Georgetown was the better team and played with sustained effort. The Hoyas were lights-out from 3-point range — they went 10-of-16 from deep and Donald Carey notched two four-point plays in after the break — and responded when the Pirates went ahead early in the second half. The Hoyas held Seton Hall star Sandro Mamukelashvili to four points over the final 14-plus minutes, and executed down the stretch, looking more like the team that was in the mix for the tournament.

After Seton Hall (13-9, 10-6 Big East) pulled even with 5:06 left, Carey’s four-point play gave the Hoyas (7-10, 5-7) the lead for good. In the final 3:26, Seton Hall had three costly turnovers and couldn’t get stops as Georgetown hit four of its last five attempts.

The loss, a Quad 2 defeat, snapped the Pirates’ four-game winning streak, and hurt their resume. Mamukelashvili, despite a slow start and finish, had 22 points to lead the Pirates, but he didn’t get much help. Jared Rhoden was held scoreless in the second half and Myles Cale scored just eight points on 3-for-10 shooting. Jamorko Pickett had 20 points to lead Georgetown.

Considering how slowly Seton Hall started on the defensive end, how quiet Mamukelashvili was for most of the opening 20 minutes, the Pirates were fortunate to be down by just three at the break. They trailed by as many as 12, their defense just a rumor for large stretches. Georgetown made nine of its first 14 shots from the field and four of its first six 3-pointers.

Seton Hall closed the first half much better, limiting the Hoyas to just three points over the final 5:05 and Mamukelasvhili began to awaken, hitting a pair of 3-pointers. Rhoden was Seton Hall’s best player in the first half, notching nine points, six rebounds and two assists.

Momentum carried over into the second half as Seton Hall, trailing 38-35, reeled off the first seven points to go up four. Mamukelashvili began to make his presence felt, scoring 10 points in the first 5:47 of the second stanza. At one point, the Pirates led by five, but that was short-lived. Georgetown ripped off a 17-4 run that was capped by the first of two Carey four-point plays. There was 8:32 remaining and Seton Hall was down by eight.

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Euro 2021: Denmark vs. Finland suspended after Christian Eriksen collapses on the field



Euro 2021: Denmark vs. Finland suspended after Christian Eriksen collapses on the field

UEFA suspended the Euro 2021 Group B match between Denmark and Finland after a medical emergency involving Denmark’s Christian Eriksen.

There was silence at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark just before halftime when star midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed to the ground after taking a touch on a throw-in. Team medical staff raced to tend to the playmaker after his teammates motioned frantically for help. There was no contact with opposition players before he fell to the ground.

As the medics tended to Eriksen for more than 10 minutes, his Denmark teammates formed a circle around him to block cameras from showing the scenes. From the video available it appeared that the medical intervention involved the administering of chest compressions. An image credited to Getty Images shows an alert Eriksen as he is being stretchered off the field.

UEFA later confirmed that the player was transferred to a local hospital and has been stabilized.

Players on the field and fans in the stands looked distraught during the ordeal with fans attempting to rally in applause to support the player.

ESPN broadcaster Derek Rae was calling the match when the incident occurred:

Eriksen debuted for Denmark in March 2010 and has accumulated 108 appearances and 36 goals for his country. The playmaker made his name on the club level with Dutch giants Ajax and he later moved to English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. After a difficult spell at the English club he was loaned to Italian club Inter Milan last year and he returned to his best form in helping Inter win the Italian Serie A championship.

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What channel is the Westminster Dog Show on today? Time, TV schedule for 2021 competition



What channel is the Westminster Dog Show on today? Time, TV schedule for 2021 competition

The 145th Westminster Dog Show is here and as the world’s most prestigious show will soon crown the “Best in Show” for the 145th consecutive year.

LIVE: Complete results from the 2021 Westminster Dog Show

Though the Masters Agility preliminary rounds were held on Friday night, the second-longest annual sports event (held since 1877) will begin, in earnest, on Saturday. That’s when the judging of each of the seven breeds begins and when the Masters Agility Championship Finals are held. The judging continues Sunday and conclused at night with Best in Show.

Below is everything you need to know about Monday’s schedule for the first day of the 2021 Westminster Dog Show. 

What channel is the Westminster Dog Show on today?

  • TV channel (Saturday): Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2
  • TV channel (Sunday): Fox, Fox Sports 1

The 2021 Westminster Dog Show will be broadcast nationally on Fox, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. Live TV coverage will begin at 1 p.m. ET Saturday on FS2 and will run until 4:30 p.m. ET. FS1’s coverage will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET and will run through 11 p.m. ET. The earlier coverage will be comprised of breed judging while the group judging for the hound, toy, non-sporting, and herding groups will occur during the evening.

On Sunday, breed judging begins at 1:30 p.m. ET on FS1 before the broadcast moves to Fox for final group judging and the Best In Show presentation.

MORE: Watch the Westminster Dog Show live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

What time is the Westminster Dog Show on TV?

Coverage of the Westminster Dog Show will begin at 1 p.m. ET and will run until 4:30 p.m. ET for the afternoon coverage on FS2. The evening coverage will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET on FS1. And from 5 p.m. ET to 7 p.m. ET on Fox, dog show aficionados will be able to watch the Masters Agility Championship Finals.

Westminster Dog Show schedule 2021

The 2021 edition of the Westminster Dog Show will be broadcast Saturday and Sunday on Fox, FS1, FS2 and the Fox Sports app.

Saturday, June 12

Event Time TV/Streaming Channel
Breed Judging, Junior Showmanship Preliminaries 1 p.m. ET – 4 p.m. ET FS2
Masters Agility Championship Finals 5 p.m. ET – 7 p.m. ET Fox
Pre-Show Programming 7 p.m. ET – 7:30 p.m. ET FS1
Group Judging (Hound, Toy, Non-Sporting, and Herding Groups) 7:30 p.m. ET – 11 p.m. ET FS1

Sunday, June 13

Event Time TV/Streaming Channel
Breed Judging and Junior Showmanship Preliminaries 1:30 p.m. ET – 4 p.m. ET FS1
Pre-Show Programming 7 p.m. ET – 7:30 p.m. ET Fox
Group Judging (Sporting, Working, Terrier Groups, followed by Best in Show) 7:30 p.m. ET – 11 p.m. ET Fox

How to live stream the Westminster Dog Show

The Westminster Dog Show can be streamed online via the Fox Sports App. Additionally, select content will be available for streaming on You can also stream live coverage of the Westminster Dog Show on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.

Westminster Dog Show results 2021

Follow along with SN’s Westminster Dog Show live breed results page right here.

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YouTube vs. TikTok fight purse: How much will Austin McBroom, Bryce Hall earn in boxing exhibition?



YouTube vs. TikTok fight purse: How much will Austin McBroom, Bryce Hall earn in boxing exhibition?

A week after Floyd Mayweather bragged about being the best at “legalized bank robbing,” it seems some YouTube and TikTok stars are hoping to join in on the fun.

In an event named “Battle of the Platforms” some influencers from YouTube and TikTok are fighting each other in boxing matches. The headlining fight is between YouTube’s Austin McBroom and TikTok’s Bryce Hall, and both are set to make a decent amount of money from this bout.

In a press release for the fight, LiveXLive (which is hosting the event) says this will be a “one of a kind, unprecedented live PPV entertainment mega event.” In addition to the fights, there will also be musical acts from some well-known performers, so clearly there’s plenty of money to go around.

Below, we’ll focus mostly on the earnings between McBroom and Hall. 

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How much will Bryce Hall earn vs. Austin McBroom?

Bryce Hall revealed he’s set to earn $5 million from this fight the moment he steps in the ring. He shared a photo of what he claims is his contract with the $5 million figure in it, and shared that number again during an interview with No Jumper. Hall also revealed in that interview that he’ll earn 4% of pay-per-view sales in addition to the $5 million contract. And he gets a $1 million bonus if he ends up getting a knockout. McBroom also confirmed the $5 million and $1 million figures.

How much will Austin McBroom earn vs. Bryce Hall?

While the exact figures for McBroom aren’t public, he did share some information about how much he’ll make in this fight. He confirmed Hall’s $5 million salary for this fight in an interview with The Hollywood Fix. In that interview, he shared that he’s willing to make less than Hall in order to make this fight happen.

“I told the team, I said look, I’ll agree, for Bryce Hall to fight me, I’ll agree to make less money than him,” McBroom said.

He also said the $1 million bonus for Hall (if he gets a knockout) will come out of his own pocket.

While McBroom says he’s set to “make less” than Hall, the way he was talking made it seem like he wasn’t going to be making much less. It feels safe to assume McBroom will also earn millions from this event. In an interview with Keemstar, McBroom and Hall had an agreement to where Hall would also give McBroom $1 million in the result of a knockout.

YouTube vs. TikTok fight payouts

The fight payout for the rest of the fighters in this event have not been revealed yet, but a few of the fighters involved have talked about money. AnEsonGib, who reportedly made over $1 million from his fight vs. Jake Paul, earning him the nickname Seven-Figure Gibber, said in an interveiw with FanSided that money has been the driving influence for a lot of these internet boxing matches.

“And now other influencers, I fought when there was no money,” AnEsonGib said. “I had two fights, then fight for a check. Other influencers now, they see, they understand, they think it’s a cool experience. Don’t understand the trenches and the hard work. A lot of people said they were fighting for money. Cool, I got a nickname Seven-Figure-Gibber, but I’ve got a true passion for this.”

Also speaking to FanSided, Deji mentioned money as well.

“I would say it’s because there’s money to be made, because each, they have a following,” Deji said. “So obviously, Jake Paul having like, such a social following, and then turn habits into like a fight-following, and then just combining those two it’s just money to be made. That’s why. So ultimately, it’s just more eyes on the sport of boxing.”

Deji’s opponent Vinnie Hacker also had a humorous moment during a press conference for his fight where he said he’s only doing this fight because of money.

Austin McBroom net worth

The website Celebrity Net Worth has Austin McBroom at around a $2 million net worth, but other sites estimate his net worth is closer to $5 million. According to SocialBlade, McBroom’s popular YouTube page TheACEFamily earns around $68.9K to $1.1M per year.

Bryce Hall net worth

The website Celebrity Net Worth says Bryce Hall also has a net worth of $2 million. Although the TikTok star said in a tweet earlier this year that he has over $10 million.

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