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Sports ‘n Stuff 5/16/22 – News-Talk 1480 WHBC

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Ohio State opens as a 13.5-point favorite against Notre Dame on Sept. 3 in Columbus.

The Billboard Music Awards took place in Vegas last night

Hosted by Shawn P Diddy Combs

Here is the list of winners:


Best Artist: Drake

Best New Artist: Olivia Rodrigo

Best Male Artist: Drake

Best Female Artist: Olivia Rodrigo

Top Duo/Group: BTS

Billboard 200 Top Artist: Taylor Swift

Top Hot 100 Artist: Olivia Rodrigo

Best Streaming Song Artist: Olivia Rodrigo

Top Song Sales Artist: BTS

Best Radio Songs Artist: Olivia Rodrigo

Billboard Global 200 Top Artist: Olivia Rodrigo

Top Billboard Global (outside the United States) Artist: Ed Sheeran

Top Tour: The Rolling Stones (Unfiltered Tour)

Best R&B Artist: Doja Cat

Best Male R&B Artist: The Weeknd

Best Female R&B Artist: Doja Cat

Best R&B Tour: Bruno Mars (Bruno Mars at Park MGM)

Best Rap Artist: Drake

Best Male Rap Artist: Drake

Best Female Rap Artist: Megan Thee Stallion

Top Rap Tour: Omarion & Bow Wow (The Millennium Tour 2021)

Best Country Artist: Taylor Swift

Best Male Country Artist: Morgan Wallen

Best Female Country Artist: Taylor Swift

Best Country Duo/Group: Dan + Shay

Top Country Tour: Eric Church (Gather Again Tour)

Best Rock Artist: Glass Animals

Top Rock Tour: The Rolling Stones (tour without filter)

Best Latin Artist: Bad Bunny

Best Latin Male Artist: Bad Bunny

Best Latin Female Artist: Kali Uchis

Best Latin Duo/Group: Eslabon Armado

Best Latin Tour: Los Bukis (Una Historia Cantada Tour)

Best Dance/Electronic Artist: Lady Gaga

Best Christian Artist: Ye

Best Gospel Artist: Ye


Top Billboard 200 Album: Olivia Rodrigo “Sour”

Best Soundtrack: “Encanto”

Best R&B Album: Doja Cat “Planet Her”

Best Rap Album: Drake “Certified Lover Boy”

Best Country Album: Taylor Swift “Red (Taylor’s Version)”

Top rock album: twenty-one “Scaled And Icy” pilots

Best Latin Album: Karol G “KG0516”

Best Dance/Electronic Album: ILLENIUM “Fallen Embers”

Best Christian Album: Ye “Donda”

Best Gospel Album: Ye “Donda”


Top Hot 100 Song: The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber “STAY”

Best Streamed Song: The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber “STAY”

Top Selling Song: BTS “Butter”

Best Radio Song: Dua Lipa “Levitating”

Best collaboration: The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber “STAY”

Billboard Global 200 Top Song: The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber “STAY”

Billboard Global Top Song (Non-US): The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber “STAY”

Best Viral Song: Doja Cat ft. SZA “Kiss Me More”

Best R&B Song: Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak) “Leave The Door Open”

Best Rap Song: Lil Nas X with Jack Harlow “INDUSTRY BABY”

Best Country Song: Walker Hayes “Fancy Like”

Best Rock Song: Måneskin “Beggin'”

Best Latin Song: Kali Uchis “telepatía”

Best Dance/Electronic Song: Elton John & Dua Lipa “Cold Heart – PNAU Remix”

Best Christian Song: Ye “Hurricane”

Best Gospel Song: Ye “Hurricane”

Nebraska sheriff’s deputies issued criminal mischief citations to NINE children last week after they ran and jumped over fences in neighborhoods. It’s a trend that was apparently inspired by the Kool-Aid Man. It is a tendency for children to imitate the Kool-Aid Man by throwing themselves through structures onto people’s properties. There’s even Ring camera footage of a few teenagers running through a fence.

At least eight properties were affected, with damage estimated at several thousand dollars per home.

We don’t know if it was a stupid idea by THIS group of teenagers. . . or if it’s part of a larger social media trend.

Denver Broncos are currently on sale, and there are indications that the franchise could hit a record $5 billion. But that’s nothing compared to what Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones thinks he could get for Team USA. The 79-year-old businessman told NBC Sports this week that he could sell the Cowboys for “over $10 billion”. Jones, however, added that he would not accept such an offer, insisting that he “will never sell the Cowboys” as long as he remains the owner.

NBA Playoffs

First Friday

The Celtics forced Game 7 by beating the Bucks in Milwaukee Friday night 108-95

Golden State eliminated Memphis 110-96

Warriors now head to West Finals

Yesterday Boston beat Milwaukee 109-81 to clinch a spot in the Eastern Finals

They will travel to Miami to face the Heat….First game tomorrow night at 8:30 on ESPN

Perhaps the biggest shock of the playoffs

Mavericks crush Suns at Pheonix 123-90 and will now face Warriors in Western Conference Finals

Match 1 Wednesday evening at 9 p.m. on TNT

It is now the fifth time Suns star Chris Paul has lost a series after leading 2-0, which includes collapsing in last year’s Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks. He is the only player with this dubious distinction in NBA history. Paul says he won’t be retiring and expects to be back for his 18th season next year.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson takes the offense in the Bahamas, where they’ll spend time bonding and working.

Going to the Bahamas will give the Browns offense a chance to get to know each other.

There are several new players in attack, so this kind of thing is necessary. Watson is joined by Amari Cooper, David Bell, Jakeem Grant, Jerome Ford and others as new team members. He’s secured ground for the offense to work on and put it all together. Don’t rely on the defense to do something similar. If that happens, someone like Myles Garrett or Denzel Ward would probably lead the charge.

NFL officials are due to meet Deshaun Watson this week to find out whether or not he violated the Code of Conduct policy

From Kansas Speedway to Kansas City Missouri

The annual AdventHealth 400 was held yesterday

Kurt Busch is your winner followed by

Kyle Larson

Kyle Busch

Denny Hamlin

Christopher Bell

Martin Truex Jr.

Cole Custer finished 22nd

Here are the top 5 films at the Box Office:

  1. “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” – $61 million ($291 million total)
  2. “The Villains” – $6.9 million ($66.2 million total)
  3. ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ – $4.5 million ($175 million total)
  4. “Firestarter” – $3.8M ($3.8M total)
  5. “Everything Everywhere At The Same Time” – $3.3 million ($47.1 million total)

Kim Kardashian can add another magazine cover to her collection — she’s the star of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.

The SI Swim team made the announcement this morning – The issue hits newsstands May 19.

Today is Monday, May 16

Today in sports history and pop culture:

1869 – The Cincinnati Reds played their first baseball game.

1939 – The Philadelphia Athletics and Cleveland Indians met at Shibe Park in Philadelphia for the first baseball game to be played under the American League spotlight.

1979 –The National League has approved the sale of the Astros from Ford Motors to John J. McMullen for $19 million.

36 years ago – In 1986, “Top Gun” has been freed.

Mic Drop Birthday of the day

Janet Jackson is 56 years old. Janet has released 16 albums with over 100 million copies sold.