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As the Americans watch Lebron James on his way to his first NBA title, and the Canadians are awaiting Roberto Luongo to bring Vancouver it's first Stanley Cup since 1917, the rest of the World was watching the two greatest soccer teams clash in the Champions League Final. Barcelona beats Manchester United 3-1!
The Dallas Mavericks closed out their series with the Oklahoma City Thunder 4-1 to advance to the NBA Finals.
After the Celtics devestating performance against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Boston Bruins are the only team left to cheer for in the North East... what could be better than a new Superstar to emerge in the NHL Playoffs. Tyler Seguin was called up into the Boston lineup for their Conference Finals Series against the Tampa Bay Lightning and he has turned into a huge surprise.
What the heck is going on in theStanley Cup Playoffs? The Detroit Red Wings are the 2nd team this year to force a game seven after being down 0-3 in a Series. Detroit is delivering some doom for the San Jose Sharks to choke on tonight in a game 7 showdown.
As soon as Lebron James was traded from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Miami Heat, everyone knew there was a new wrecking ball in the NBA. However, after the season started, the Heat weren't exactly as dominant as everyone thought. But were they just playing with us? Look at them now! They can't be stopped.
What is going on in Canada? The Vancouver Canucks are the top seeded team in the NHL with a great chance to win the Stanley Cup, Milos Raonic looks to be the first tennis player from Canada to ever be a serious contender for a Grand Slam title, and now Patrick Chan has become the most dominant figure skater in the World.
The most surprising thing in the NHL Playoffs so far this year has got to be the fans in Nashville. When most hockey fans think of which team has the best fans, everyone automatically knows it’s the Montreal Canadians, and the last place you would think to have great fans is Nashville… I mean WAS Nashville. Their fans ROCK and it has nothing to do with music.
Everyone wants to be a superstar athlete, however there is a lot of competition these days to make it to the big leagues in any sport. If you want to be a professional sports athlete, you have to know all the tricks of the trade to rise up above the rest of the pack.
The NHL playoffs are full of best-of-seven-games series and they're usually packed with action. But there's nothing more exciting than when a team charges back after being down 0-3 in a series. Here's a look at the most exciting NHL Comebacks!
The 2011 NHL hockey playoffs has the Stanley Cup destined to come back home to Canada! The USA has had a stranglehold on the Cup for the past 17 years, however Canada finally has some hope in the Vancouver Canucks, the most dominant team in the NHL.
Rickie Fowler is like the Justin Bieber of the golf course. He began playing golf at age three, but into his early teens Rickie Fowler's favorite sport was motocross. Golf was secondary. That changed when Rickie was 14, when he suffered injuries in a dirtbike accident. After that, golf moved to the forefront, and Rickie moved to the forefront of golf.
The Final Four final game was played between the #3 Uconn Huskies and the #8 Butler Bulldogs... and Cinderella loses again as Uconn wins the “Big Dance” 53-41. The Huskies are NCAA Basketball National Champs and the Bulldogs will have to wait for another miraculous climb up the ladder to get to the top.
The Final Four finishers are set. #3 Uconn Huskies, #4 Kansas Jayhawks, #8 Butler Bulldogs, and the… #11 VCU Rams??? Wha?!?!?! The 2011 Final Four Basketball Championship in Houston, Texas will be the first time in NCAA history that no #1 or #2 team has qualified.
The bracket is in for the 2011 NCAA Men’s Division I Championship tournament. From March 15 – April 4, 68 teams will compete for the National Championship title. Let’s take a look at all 4 quadrants of the bracket…
Sport Conspiracies go all the way back to ancient Greece during the first Olympic Games when the winner of the marathon apparently waited for the pack of runners to run far ahead, then sneaked onto a horse, and proceeded to gallop all the way to the finish line to win the gold medal.
There’s nothing like grabbing a ball and going to the park to meet your friends for some type of fun game. Sports have always been designed for fun … but some people take it to another level. Whether it’s the fans hurting each other, the athletes trying too hard to make it to the big leagues or money corrupting the game, sports are sometimes taken WAY too seriously.
You might be asking yourself what does Cinderella have to do with basketball… but if you are a Final Four fanatic, you know all-too well how exciting it is for a Cinderella story to happen during March Madness.
March Madness is upon us. Over 300 NCAA college basketball teams are racing to the finish line right now trying to get into the 2011 Final Four Tournament. Let’s preview the top ranked teams that could be Final Four bound.
The Duke Bluedevils are the most hated team in the NCAA College Basketball League. Well how come?! They’re ranked #1 like almost every year. Well, before you go out and buy yourself some blue body paint, don’t get too hasty… you might not like Duke
Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins are in a world of hurt. Sydney is still injured with a major concussion and if you’re a hockey fan, you know that he’ll never be the same. But let’s face the music, hockey has become the fastest and most dangerous sport and everyone needs to stop complaining about violence in hockey… especially Sidney.