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Who Won NBA Finals 2021? Phoenix Suns & Milwaukee Bucks Face Off in Game 6!

The winners of the 2021 NBA Finals have been revealed!

On Tuesday night (July 20), the Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks faced off in Game 6 of the finals at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Going into Game 6, the Bucks led the series three wins to the Suns‘ two.

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Kendall Jenner Attends Boyfriend Devin Booker's Basketball Game in NYC

Kendall Jenner is being a supportive girlfriend.

The 25-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians reality TV star and superstar model was spotted in the audience on Monday night (April 26) at the NBA game between the New York Knicks and the Phoenix Suns at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

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Kendall was spotted looking on from the crowd as she watched her 24-year-old boyfriend, Devin Booker, play in the basketball game.

The superstar was seen sitting with some friends in box seats for the big game, in which her boyfriend scored an impressive 33 points in less than an hour, leading the Phoenix Suns to a 118-110 victory in the end.

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Marvel Is Teaming Up With ESPN for a NBA Game With an 'Avengers' Twist!

ESPN is trying something new – and it involves Marvel!

The company will air NBA Special Edition on Monday, May 3 – a game between the Golden State Warriors and the New Orleans Pelicans – which will include characters and elements from an original Marvel story, Deadline reported Friday (April 23).

The characters will include Iron Man, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Captain America, Black Widow and Doctor Strange!

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Kobe Bryant's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Gets Postponed

Fans will need to wait longer for Kobe Bryant‘s induction ceremony.

The late Los Angeles Lakers star, who sadly died at 41 in January, will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in May of 2021, the NBA confirmed Saturday (November 28).

The event was originally planned to take place in August in Springfield, Mass., but delayed due to the pandemic. It will now happen from May 13 to May 15, 2021.

The annual event was initially slated to take place in August in Springfield, Massachusetts, but was delayed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and will now take place from May 13 to May 15.

He will join Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan in the class of 2020, as well as WNBA’s Tamika Catchings and coaches Kim Mulkey, Rudy Tomjanovich, Barbara Stevens and Eddie Sutton.

The 2020 inductees will join legends like Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neal.

Vanessa Bryant recently looked back at meeting Kobe for the first time.

NBA Will Turn Arenas Into Voting Locations in November, Playoff Games to Resume

The NBA has reached an agreement with the players union to resume playoff games this weekend and part of the deal was turning basketball arenas into voting locations this November!

There was a three-day pause in games this week while players protested the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisc.

“We had a candid, impassioned and productive conversation yesterday between NBA players, coaches and team governors regarding next steps to further our collective efforts and actions in support of social justice and racial equality,” National Basketball Players Association Executive Director Michele Roberts and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said in a statement. “Among others, the attendees included player and team representatives of all 13 teams in Orlando. All parties agreed to resume NBA playoff games on Saturday, Aug. 29 with the understanding that the league together with the players will work to enact the following commitments.”

Among the commitments are to create a social justice coalition with the NBA and its players, to promote civic engagement via advertising spots in each playoff game, and finally to turn arenas into voting locations this November.

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The NBA Playoff Games Are Postponed Again

The NBA playoffs are continuing to be postponed amid an ongoing boycott from basketball players due to the police shooting of Jacob Blake, which has sparked outcry across the nation.

One day before (August 26), it was revealed the Milwaukee Bucks would not play in protest of police brutality, and more teams joined in solidarity with the decision to boycott.

“NBA playoff games for today will not be played as scheduled. We are hopeful to resume games either Friday or Saturday,” the association announced with further clarification about their plans.

“There is a video conference call meeting scheduled later this afternoon between a group of NBA players and team governors representing the 13 teams in Orlando, along with representatives from the National Basketball Players Association and the league office and NBA Labor Relations Committee Chairman Michael Jordan, to discuss next steps.”

Here is more about what happened to kick off the postponement.