Chris Bosh (pictured above) was masterful for Miami in Game 3. I fully expect Miami's Big Three to continue to conquer the East on their way to an appearance in the NBA Finals.
This past weekend was a wild one. Great playoff action. The start of Interleague Play. More horse racing. And of course the ongoing NFL disputes. Have no fear, next week is here. Lets take a look at what the big events for the upcoming week are.
5. Ray Lewis says that crime will rise if the season is lost. Look for more players to come out and speak their minds as the week continues. Though it is not actual NFL action, it is the best we can get during this unfortunate strike.
4. In the MLB, the first section of Interleague Play is complete. It was fun to watch the Subway Series pick back up, the Battle of Ohio, and watching the Cubs head to Fenway. Today we get back to reality. Normal Intraleague Play. There are many primetime matchups. But there is one series that has really caught my eye. Continue reading
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The 15th edition of “Interleague Play” began yesterday with a bang. Amid much debate and scrutiny, the MLB is still keeping the tradition which began in 1997 alive. Now I understand where the debate is coming from. But I also understand why Interleague … Continue reading