Good morning everyone. As we stare down the barrel of what could be the UK’s most severe heatwave recorded, here is the latest sports news from SmartNews.
TL;DR: As of July 17, you can get an Izzo Swami 6000 Golf GPS for just $119.99 instead of $149.99 – that’s a 20% discount. You may have a good eye for golf, but it would take a lot of memorization to know the exact measurements of every course you play on. You don’t have to have all of that memorized with the Izzo Swami 6000 Golf GPS. This portable golf GPS comes with the measurements of 38,000 worldwide golf courses preloaded. You can get the Izzo Swami 6000 Golf GPS on sale for only $119.99. There are roughly 9437 golf courses and country clubs in the United States, as of 2022. With hands-free auto-course recognition and auto-hole technology, this golf GPS should do a lot of the work for you. Normally, the Izzo Swami 6000 Golf GPS would cost $149, but for a limited time, you can get it for $119.99 – Get the details on 38 thousand worldwide golf courses with this golf GPS (Mashable ~ Life – Gadgets)
Will Tyler Smith Play More Guard Or Tackle? – Staff, DallasCowboys.com The Cowboys top pick has position flex, but hopefully won’t need it in 2022. We’re not really talking much about this, but what happens if Tyler Smith is appreciably better than Terence Steele at right tackle? Maybe Tyler Smith and Tyron Smith are the tackles when everyone is healthy, and Steele is the one who fills in for Tyron. To answer the initial question, I just see Tyler Smith playing a little more tackle than guard. Rob Phillips: Left guard, specifically, assuming that Tyron Smith and Terence Steele are the starting tackles for most of the season. This will be a real competition at left guard between Tyler Smith and Connor McGovern, but ultimately I think Smith will win the job and his strength and power will be an asset to the running game – Cowboys news: Tyler Smith playing mainly left guard in 2022 is the preferred outcome (SBNation Blogging The Boys ~ DALLAS COWBOYS NEWS)
From the age of 5, Kosuke Kitajima’s life has revolved around the pool. Now, the four-time Olympic champion is navigating uncharted waters as the founder of Tokyo Unite, a new alliance intended to bolster professional sport’s marketing presence in the capital and foster deeper community ties. What started as conversations with the owner of one of Japan’s most storied baseball clubs has expanded to 14 organizations spanning seven disciplines — all of whom Kitajima believes can help each other improve, even as some of them compete on the field of play. “Everyone has different problems, and by joining up we can learn from each other and build a community,” the 39-year-old, who currently serves as general manager of the International Swimming League’s Tokyo Frog Kings, told The Japan Times. “By creating a group in Tokyo and contributing to society, we can create a movement.” – Olympic legend Kosuke Kitajima spearheads Tokyo pro sports movement (The Japan Times ~ MORE SPORTS)
Over a week after it was reported the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets had opened up talks on a potential Kyrie Irving trade, nothing has progressed on that front. Another source close to Irving told The Post that the All-Star point guard not only never asked for a trade, but has had every intention of playing for Brooklyn – with or without Durant. He opted in, which means he had and he has every intention of playing with the Brooklyn Nets. The trade conversations come from? Is it because KD requested a trade and now everybody’s like let’s trade Ky? Kyrie opted in. At this point, just about every report about a possible Irving trade should be taken with a grain of salt, as the reports that have come out have seemingly been all over the place – Report: Kyrie Irving ‘has every intention’ of staying with Nets (LebronWire/Yahoo! Sports)
The MLB All-Star break may be a nice respite for the players, but fantasy baseball managers need to use the time to prepare for their second-half surge to the top of the standings. His fantasy managers have been chasing that season every year since, and each time they have been met with nothing but disappointment. Snell isn’t the only player with strong name recognition who is hurting fantasy rosters. Fantasy champions are those who can make the hard-and-fast decisions to get rid of disappointing players. Study the numbers from today, not from three years ago, and remember, names don’t win you fantasy titles, strong statistics do – Fantasy baseball owners must now jettison struggling stars (New York Post ~ Sports – MLB)