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Tiger Woods Recuperating From Surgery After An Auto crash

Tiger Woods an American professional golfer was involved in an auto crash in his SUV downhill road in the Los Angeles suburb in the earlier hours of Tuesday; Woods was driving in his SUV to a television shoot when the crash occurred.

LeBron James Attains 35,000 Career Points, Named NBA All-Star Game Captain

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James after joining the likes Abdul-Jabbar, Malone as only players to reach 35,000 career points has been selected alongside Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant to captain next month's NBA All-Star Game.

Apple Hyundai Set To Partner On Electric Car Tie-Up

Korean automobile manufacturer, Hyundai Motor is set to partner America’s Apple Inc in a deal on autonomous electric cars by March 2021 to begin production by 2024 in the United States, Korean IT News disclosed on Sunday.

Breakdancing Added To Paris 2024 Olympic Games

Breakdancing will feature in the 2024 Paris Olympics Games according to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President, Thomas Bach; In a bid to make the Games “more gender-balanced, more youthful and more urban”. The organising committee had last year proposed breakdancing, along with surfing, climbing and skateboarding, for inclusion and was waiting on a final review by the IOC's Executive Board.

FIFA Launches Music Initiative, Podcast Series

Football body, FIFA has announced the launch of a new entertainment initiative “FIFA Sound”, aimed at creating an original and innovative connection between football, music, football fans, music enthusiasts, football players, and artists.

NBA: Stephen Curry's Scores Career-High Points Propels Golden State Warriors to Victory

Stephen Curry has scored a record career-high 62 points as his Golden State Warriors beat the Portland Trailblazers 137-122 in San Francisco on Sunday. After Kobe Bryant at 37, the 32-year-old has now become the second-oldest player to score over 60 points in a game beating his previous best performance of 54 points against the New York Knicks in February 2013.

48 NBA Players Test Positive For COVID-19

The National Basketball Association (NBA) has on Wednesday announced that 48 players have tested positive for the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), following the testing of 546 people as the association commences preseason games. The positive tests are a major increase after there were zero positive tests during the last season's quarantine bubble, however, the recent test results are those carried out between November 24-30, 2020. Teams like Golden State Warriors have already delayed workouts and training due to the recent positive testings, meanwhile, the NBA's first preseason games are set for December 11, 2020.

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