June 17th, 2022 features 16 MLB games on tap Friday highlighted by two red-hot teams colliding as Aaron Judge‘s Yankees face Vlad Guerrero‘s Blue Jays after NYY’s sweep of TB. Inter-league battles commence with Boston hosting St. Louis and Clayton Kershaw‘s Dodgers taking on Jose Ramirez‘s Guardians, while Houston plays CHW in a 2021 ALDS rematch. The NBA world celebrates Golden State’s fourth championship in eight years, while contract disputes between NFL teams and star players ramp up as camps continue. 

See what happened in sports on June 17th last year, headlined by Milwaukee sending their series with Brooklyn to Game 7 behind big performances from Middleton and Giannis, San Diego’s walk-off win after Cincinnati’s epic comeback, the NBA 2020-21 All-Rookie Teams being released as well as what happened in sports on June 17th, 2020 ft. Kelly Oubre deciding to forgo a return in the NBA bubble to rehab his knee (that didn’t stop the Suns from going 8-0) and MLB’s latest proposal to the MLBPA that included a 60-game season. 

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN SPORTS OVERVIEW: This daily sports post includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history. 

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EL JEFE IS A YOUNG BEAST

 

MINKAH MAKING BIG MONEY

 

C-WOOD NOW IN DALLAS

 

2 IMMACULATE IP IN 1 GAME

 

1ST VLAD JR. WALK-OFF

 

NO STUBBING THIS GW-HR

 

KWAN BACK AT THE TRACK

 

1 STRIKE AWAY FROM NO-NO

 

WILD REDS WIN IN EXTRAS

 

DIAZ FROM HIS KNEES

 

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NFL: OL Alijah Vera-Tucker, New York Jets (turns 23)

NBA: PG Immanuel Quickley, New York Knicks (23)

MLB: SP Shane Baz, Tampa Bay Rays (23)

NBA: SG Amir Coffey, Los Angeles Clippers (25)

NFL: DE Romeo Okwara, Detroit Lions (27)

NFL: WR Amari Cooper, Cleveland Browns (28)

NFL: DE Shaq Lawson, Buffalo Bills (28)

NFL: WR Jamison Crowder, Buffalo Bills (29)

NBA: PF Georges Niang, Philadelphia 76ers (29)

MLB: SP Yusei Kikuchi, Toronto Blue Jays (31)

MLB: RP Matt Barnes, Boston Red Sox (32)

MLB: RP Andrew Chafin, Detroit Tigers (32)

2010: Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Boston Celtics 83-79 in Game 7 to win their 16th NBA Championship in franchise history, 1 shy of Boston’s record of 17 Championships thanks to Metta World Peace‘s clutch dagger with an iconic post-game press conference from Kobe Bryant joking about having 1 more ring than Shaq

2008: Boston Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers 131-92 in Game 6, the most lopsided closeout victory in NBA Finals history, as Paul PierceKevin Garnett, and Ray Allen led the way with KG iconically declaring “ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE” after winning his only title

1992: Philadelphia 76ers traded future HOF PF Charles Barkley to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for PG Jeff Hornacek, C Tim Perry, and C Andrew Lang; Barkley would go on to win MVP the next season and led the Suns to just their 2nd-ever NBA Finals appearance

1976: 4 former ABA teams — the Nets, Spurs, Pacers, and Nuggets — joined the NBA, marking the official NBA-ABA merger, bringing the NBA’s total to 22 teams

1960: Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame OF Ted Williams became just the 4th player to hit 500 career HRs in MLB history during a victory over the Cleveland Indians

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