Tom Brady gives Super Bowl MVP truck to Malcolm Butler after huge interception

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We begin in the NFL where Super Bowl Champ Tom Brady has shown his thanks to Malcolm Butler after his game winning play.

To show his gratitude after Butler’s last-gasp goal line interception that sealed the game for the Patriots, Brady has reportedly given the cornerback the Chevy truck awarded to him for winning MVP.

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After being named Super Bowl MVP three times in his career perhaps Tom Brady simply has too many vehicles from sponsors to fit in his garage. Regardless the gesture is a pretty classy one from the veteran quarterback.

Butler yesterday also travelled to Disneyland with fellow Super Bowl star Julian Edelman - a role usually reserved for the game's MVP.


Across to the NBA and the Atlanta Hawks’ impressive win streak came to an end last night against the New Orleans Pelicans.

Looking for their 20th straight victory the Hawks were outscored 115-110. The Pelicans' Anthony Davis was the difference maker on the night, racking up 29 points to halt Atlanta's momentum.


Meanwhile in boxing, Manny Pacquaio’s promoter Bob Arum has expressed concerns that time is running out to negotiate a fight with Floyd Mayweather.

Arum has suggested the May 2nd date pushed by Mayweather is no longer realistic whilst also criticizing the US fighter's camp for showing a lack of urgency and enthusiasm to get the fight agreed.

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And finally in college basketball, the Virginia Cavaliers bounced back from slipping to number 3 in the AP rankings by beating the North Carolina Tar Heels 75-64.

Virginia and their 21-1 record find themselves behind no.2 Gonzaga (22-1) and no.1 Kentucky in the rankings with the latter still remaining unbeaten this season. 

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