Women's World Cup 2019 scores, news: Who's into the round of 16 and who's out as only four spots remain

Day 11 of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is a wrap and the knockout stage bracket is taking shape. Out of the 16 teams that will play in the next round, 12 have already booked a ticket to stay in France for just a little longer. It was a wild day of action that featured eight goals in four games, with some favorites winning as expected (and some needing penalty kicks). Here’s a rundown of Monday’s action:

Women’s World Cup scores for Monday, June 17

Germany 4, South Africa 0
Spain 0, China 0
Norway 2, South Korea 1
France 1, Nigeria 0

Round of 16 is shaping up

The teams that have officially qualified for the round of 16 through Monday’s action are:

France Norway Germany Spain China Italy England Japan Netherlands Canada USA Sweden

No matchups are set yet,

Raptors celebrate first NBA championship with parade through streets of Toronto

For the first time in franchise history, the Toronto Raptors are NBA champions. 

It took six hard-fought games and some unfortunate injury issues for their opponent, but ultimately the Raptors were able to take down the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors in the Finals to claim the coveted Larry O’Brien trophy for themselves. 

On Monday morning, the Raptors took to the streets of Toronto to celebrate their first NBA title, and the first major sports title in the city since 1993. The parade began at Exhibition Place and ultimately made its way to Nathan Phillips Square for a celebration rally. 

While the parade was extremely well attended, it didn’t necessarily progress super smoothly. The final rally at Nathan Phillips Square was delayed as the parade route took much longer to complete than initially expected. Additionally, technical issues cut out

Reports: Pelicans agree to trade Anthony Davis to Lakers

The Pelicans will send Anthony Davis to the Lakers after all. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski was first to report that New Orleans will send the 26-year-old superstar to Los Angeles in exchange for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first-round picks.

The Pelicans have agreed to a deal to trade Anthony Davis to the Lakers for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, and three first-round picks – including the No. 4 overall in 2019 Draft, league sources tell ESPN.

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 15, 2019

Multiple reports added that the Pelicans’ total haul of draft picks includes: this year’s No. 4 overall selection, a top-eight protected pick in 2021 (which becomes unprotected in 2022 if it does not convey), the right to swap first-round picks with the Lakers in 2023, and an unprotected 2024 first-round pick that New Orleans can defer to 2025.

The deal won’t be officially completed until

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Two people shot, two arrested at Raptors rally; celebration continues

TORONTO (AP) — Two people were shot and wounded at a rally Monday for the NBA champion Toronto Raptors that turned into a stampede. Police said there were two arrests.

Droves of Raptors fans ran from the shooting in the City Hall square packed with tens of thousands of fans. A million or more fans earlier packed downtown Toronto for a parade, raising safety concerns amid problems with overcrowding.

Toronto police spokeswoman Allison Sparkes confirmed the shootings and arrests. Two firearms were recovered.

“We have no incidents currently underway. Crowds are dispersing,” Sparkes said.

Asked if it was a targeted shooting or terrorism-related, Sparkes said the investigation was underway.

During a speech from one of the team owners the host of the rally interrupted the proceedings to say there were dealing with an emergency situation and asked for calm. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Toronto’s mayor, star player Kawhi Leonard the

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Norway at the Women's World Cup 2019: Schedule, roster, how to watch as team makes knockout stage

Norway is one of seven nations to qualify for every single installment of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, but it feels like ages since this team was looked at as a true contender. Norway, which last won the World Cup title in 1995, is looking to shock the world with a second title this summer in France. Swede Martin Sjorgren (who played at the University of North Florida) is the coach and one who has had success at the club level, but can he carry over to the biggest stage? 

Norway won its opener over Nigeria before falling, 2-1, to host France in its second game. The team bounced back in its final group stage match, beating South Korea, 2-1, to earn a spot in the knockout stage.

For the tournament’s full schedule, standings and more click here.

Here’s the

USA vs. Guyana: Gold Cup 2019 prediction, pick, TV channel, USMNT live stream, watch online

The United States men’s national team begins its Gold Cup journey on Tuesday when it takes on Guyana in the opener. The red, white and blue enter the cup with new coach Gregg Berhalter, but not with the most momentum in the world. Two friendlies before the tournament have raised doubts as to whether this team will have enough quality to win the cup in one of the most open editions in years. The U.S. lost 1-0 to Jamaica on June 5 before losing 3-0 to Venezuela. With injuries to Tyler Adams, DeAndre Yedlin and John Brooks, the U.S. will be tested, but probably not in this specific game.

Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:

Gold Cup: USA vs. Guyana Date: Tuesday, June 18
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Allianz Field — St. Paul,

Brazil vs. Venezuela: Copa America 2019 prediction, pick, odds, TV channel, live stream, watch online

Brazil will play its second match at the 2019 Copa America when it faces Venezuela on Tuesday night. The hosts, without the injured Neymar, beat Bolivia 3-0 in the opener with two goals from Philippe Coutinho, while Venezuela somehow survived for a 0-0 draw against Peru, playing the last 15 minutes a man down. The hosts are the heavy favorite in this game, while the Vinotinto would be thrilled to get a point against one of the most talented teams in the world. 

Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:

Copa America: Brazil vs. Venezuela Date: Tuesday, June 18
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Arena Fonte Nova — Salvador, Brazil
TV channel: 8:30 p.m. ET
Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)  Odds: Brazil: -750 | Venezuela: +2250 | Draw: +675 | O/U: 3 Storylines

Brazil: A good result in

Huge crowds pack downtown Toronto for championship parade

TORONTO (AP) — Droves of jubilant Raptors fans packed downtown Toronto on Monday for a parade for the NBA champions, raising safety concerns as problems with overcrowding persisted.

The parade route ends in a square outside City Hall, where police have begun to lift those seeking safety over barricades to help them escape the crush. A child pulled over a barrier and onto a stretcher was among those evacuated. City officials have prevented any further entry into the square and have shut down several subway stations near the parade due to overcrowding.

Mayor John Tory previously urged every resident to come celebrate the Raptors’ first championship and declared Monday “We The North Day” in Toronto, after the franchise’s slogan.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was scheduled to attend, as was Ontario Premier Doug Ford. Rapper and Toronto native Drake, among the Raptors’ best-known fans, was celebrating alongside the players on one

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Hang Time Podcast: Raptors win title + AD to L.A.

John Schuhmann and Shaun Powell recap the Raptors’ championship win over the Warriors in The Finals, Kawhi Leonard’s future in Toronto, and next steps for Golden State.

Then they discuss the Lakers’ reported deal for Anthony Davis, how it affects the rest of the league, and storylines to watch as the offseason begins.

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