Charles Barkley has found his way into helping out with calling some of the March Madness Games. Strap in for the greatest tournament we have in American sports.
It is the Monday following the one and only “Selection Sunday.” What a week we have ahead in sports. It is arguably the best sporting week we have all year. The 1st, 2nd, and now 3rd rounds of the NCAA’s March Madness will take place. Do your best to remain focused at work. But make sure to utilize your mobile devices and dual monitors to keep in the loop on the day games if it is permitted at your respective offices. You will not want to miss these early round games.
Now I will admit, everything else in sports kind of takes a backseat for the next few weeks. The event of March Madness captures the entire country’s attention and really holds on for the better part of 3 weeks. Will my bracket outdo yours? Do I have a shot at winning my office pool? Now is the time to show off your knowledge. But as is the tradition on Monday’s, we will discuss the weekly top five. Contrary to popular belief, the other sports do not go into actual hibernation during March Madness. Continue reading
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The brackets are out. Let the journey to Houston begin!
The Brackets are finally officially set. No more speculation. No more bracketology. I will admit that what ESPN Bracketology specialist Joe Lunardi does is pretty remarkable. But it is made out as if his bracket is more important than the real thing some times. I will take the bracket presented by the CBS Selection Show every day of the week over Lunardi’s. Anyways, after watching the Selection Show this evening, here are a few initial items that really jumped out at me: Continue reading
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In the big news of the day, the New York Knicks just added the likes of Chauncey Billups (left), Carmelo Anthony (right), and others to their team. New York appears to finally be relevant again for the first time since the Ewing days.
“You had me at Melo.” That is what the whole city of New York is saying today in light of recent developments where their beloved Knickerbockers picked up scoring machine, Carmelo Anthony. The former Syracuse star is finally heading to play in the Mecca. Its about time. There is so much going on in the sporting world. There is so much to talk about.
So lets jump right into the day’s main headlines.
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