A rivalry renewed on Friday. All eyes in the baseball world will be on Fenway Park (pictured above) come Friday, as the Yankees and Red Sox square off for the first time of the 2011 season.
It’s another Monday. And what a great week of sports in store for the upcoming 7 days. Championship games, MLB Action, NFL Court Cases, and I could go on. Strap in, because this week will be a wild ride.
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The loss of San Antonio's leader, Tim Duncan (pictured above) could allow the Lakers to catch the Spurs for the 1 seed in the West. Either way, San Antonio will not make a deep run in the playoffs without the rock of their franchise at full strength.
Over the past couple of weeks, it has become very easy to forget about all other sports outside of NCAA Basketball. This year’s version of March Madness has been absolutely phenomenal, and we are all extremely excited to see what happens in Houston this weekend. Today though, Major League Baseball has opened up in a big way. 6 games will be played when all is said and done. Granted the weather is still in the 30s in Cincinnati, where the Reds are currently taking on the Brewers.
People need to realize though that College Basketball is not the only game in town. The NBA season is coming down to the final stretch before the playoffs, with much left to be decided. Plus, tonight features two mega matchups. So after you watch your respective MLB teams open up the season, tune in to one of the two insanely good matchups the NBA has this evening. Sorry to my Giants and Dodgers fans. As the only night game, you will have to make a decision, but for the rest of the country, watching the NBA Action is a no brainer. Continue reading
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Can Chicago Bull's star point guard Derrick Rose (pictured above) bring home the MVP? Our very own Wesley Kaminsky thinks so.
Wesley is a sports expert and journalist out of Philadelphia that writes for Bleacher Report. You can check out all of his work at http://bleacherreport.com/users/88810-wesley-kaminsky or follow his twitter @Wesley_Kaminsky
When Derrick Rose posed the question “Why can’t I be MVP?” on day one of Chicago Bulls media day, not many people took him seriously. Rose, the young, humble superstar doesn’t talk much in the press, and when he says something you should believe him. Continue reading
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