From baseball to NASCAR, there's plenty for sports fans this weekend. Here's how to watch.
What: KT Wiz vs. Kiwoom Heroes (live)
Time: 4 a.m. ET
What: Five matches
Time: 9:30 a.m. ET, 12:30 p.m. ET
Channel: FS1, FS2
What: The best performances from Kuzy
9 a.m. -- Toronto Maple Leafs @ Capitals from January 3, 2017 (Kuzy: goal, 3 assists including on the game-tying and game-winning goals)
11:30 a.m. -- Vegas Golden Knights @ Capitals from October 10, 2018 (Kuzy: goal, 3 assists)
2 p.m. -- Los Angeles Kings @ Capitals from February 11, 2019 (Kuzy: 2 goals, 2 assists)
4:30 p.m. -- Arizona Coyotes @ Capitals from November 11, 2019 (Kuzy: 2 goals)
What: Lotte Giants vs. Doosan Bears (live)
Time: 1 a.m. ET
DRL Drone Racing:
What: DRL pilots battle it out from Miami
Time: 2 p.m. ET
Channel: NBC Sports Network
NASCAR's Supermarket Heroes 500
What: 500 laps at Bristol Motor Speedway
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Motorcycle Racing "Monster Energy Supercross"
What: Made-for-TV races from Salt Lake City
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Channel: NBC Sports Network
First up in our look around the sports world, Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner's mother received a big surprise over the weekend from her son. James posted this to his Instagram, welcome home balloons completed the surprise that he bought his mother a brand new home!
Next up, Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon looks like he hasn’t missed a beat while doing backflips like their nothing in his backyard over the weekend.
Lastly, Tampa Bay Bucs rookie offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs is back at it again showing off his insane strength. Who can say they can jump out of pools with ease? A reminder that he is 6'5" 320 lbs...pretty impressive!
After a weekend spent stoking division, President Donald Trump on Monday went after NASCAR's only Black driver and criticized its decision to ban the Confederate flag at its races and venues.
Exploiting racial tensions, Trump wrongly accused Bubba Wallace of perpetrating "a hoax" after one of his crew members discovered a rope shaped like a noose in a garage stall they had been assigned to. Federal authorities ruled last month that the rope had been hanging there since at least last October and was not a hate crime. Wallace has maintained the rope had been fashioned into a noose.
"Has (at)BubbaWallace apologized to all of those great NASCAR drivers & officials who came to his aid, stood by his side, & were willing to sacrifice everything for him, only to find out that the whole thing was just another HOAX?" Trump tweeted. "That & Flag decision has caused lowest ratings EVER!"
The tweet came after Trump used a pair of Independence Day speeches to dig deeper into America's divisions by accusing protesters who have pushed for racial justice of engaging in a "merciless campaign to wipe out our history." The remarks served as a direct appeal to the Republican president's political base, including many disaffected white voters, with less than four months to go before Election Day.
Wallace, an Alabama native, has taken an active role in the push for racial equality. He has worn a shirt saying "I Can't Breathe," raced with a Black Lives Matter paint scheme in Virginia and successfully lobbied for NASCAR's Confederate flag ban.
For more than 70 years, the flag was a common and complicated sight at NASCAR races. The series first tried to ban the Confederate flag five years ago but did nothing to enforce the order.
While Trump claimed NASCAR's ratings are down, they are actually up.