Photo courtesy of the orlandosentinel.com
By Josh Kramer
The biggest news in the golfing world since Darren Clarke’s triumph at Royal St. Georges pertains to none other than golf’s biggest star Tiger Woods. It is refreshing to see that things are somewhat back to normal. I was getting a little tired of hearing about golf without hearing about Tiger Woods. There is a reason why the “Golf” page on ESPN.com has a “Tiger Tracker” section.
When the casual golf fan thinks about the life-long sport, Tiger Woods is still the first name that comes to mind these days despite all of his recent troubles. Well lately, all the attention has been focused on the “young” version of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke, and others. Golf misses Tiger just as much as Tiger probably misses golf (or at least winning). So what if the guy has not won a Major since he put on the gutsiest effort the majority of the world has ever seen on a golf course, winning the 2008 US Open on basically one leg. The guy has not won a PGA tournament since 2009. But any Tiger news, whether it is on or off the course, always captures the attention of not only the golfing world, but the entire sporting world. Continue reading
Photo courtesy of thefastertimes.com. Amar'e Stoudemire (pictured above) and the New York Knicks will be a team looking to prove something come Christmas Day when they take on the team that knocked them out of last year's playoffs, the Boston Celtics.
By Josh Kramer
So we are not sure at this point if the NBA will have a season next year. But we do know that the games scheduled for Christmas Day should be outstanding as usual. It would be a dire shame if these games were not played and put a real dent in my Christmas Day plans.
Honestly though, my appetite would be left unquenched if there were no NBA games on Christmas.
Here is a closer look at the probable triple-header:
Boston Celtics versus New Yorks: We all know that the Knicks will bust out their traditional festive green jerseys. And this matchup should be a great one. Boston is an aging squad that I feel has worn out its welcome as a contender in the East, while the Knicks are a rising squad, that is looking to become a contender. Any time you get guys who can score like Amar’e, Carmelo, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen all on the floor together, you already know that there is going to be some fireworks. Continue reading
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