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By Josh Kramer
I am by no means a fan of show boating. In actuality, I am entirely against it. Yesterday though, Murray made a shot that would put a smile on any fan’s face regardless if they are pro Murray or not. Every year the major tune-up for Wimbledon occurs at the Queen’s Club. Continue reading
Photo courtesy of Online Gambling Blog. We head towards a winner take all Game 7 for the rights to the Stanley Cup.
By Nick Craddock
Roberto Luongo has let in two goals in the three games that have been played in Vancouver during these Stanley Cup finals.
He’s been less than stellar away from Vancouver, but surely it wouldn’t get any worse for him with a chance to clinch the cup in game 6 in Boston. Well…
Luongo let in two goals in a 35-second span in the first period, three goals on eight shots and after four Boston goals in 4:14 — a record for the shortest time to record four goals in Stanley Cup history —game 6 was effectively decided before the midway mark of the first period. Continue reading
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Tagged Boston Bruins, Conn Smythe Trophy, Daniel Sedin, Dirk Nowitzki, Henrik Sedin, Lebron James, Mark Recchi, Mason Raymond, Maxim Lapierre, Nick Craddock, Roberto Luongo, Ryan Kessler, Stanley Cup, Tim Thomas, Tomas Kaberle, Vancouver Canucks
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By Josh Kramer
It has been another wild past couple of days. So many major headlines. So much exciting action. Here are the items that have caught my attention.
I am still utterly shocked by the results of Sunday night’s game 6 of the NBA Finals. The MonStars were defeated handily by the Mavericks. How often outside of the movies do the good guys actually get the best of the bad guys? I am by no means a Mavericks fan. But as I have said many times before, there are sports fans, and then there are fans of the Miami Heat. Therefore, I was happy with the outcome. Continue reading
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Tagged Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dwyane Wade, Jerry Jones, Lane Kiffin, Lebron James, March Madness, Mark Cuban, Miami Heat, NBA, NBA Finals, NCAA Football, Rick Carlisle, Tennessee Volunteers, USC Trojans