Posted By rdesort | April 22nd, 2013
Well, another week is marked off in the hockey books as we come to an exciting conclusion on the NHL season. With most teams reaching their last final 4 games, some are playing for home ice advantage, some are trying to squeeze their way into the playoffs and some are just trying to get through alive.
Once again, the Chicago Blackhawks remain the top team this week, as how it seemed to be the whole season. These Blackhawks are 8-0-2 of their last 10, most recently losing in a shootout to the Nashville Predators. Although not winning their last game, they still managed to earn a point, and are Read More
Posted By emoore | April 19th, 2013
The regular season ended Wednesday, with some great drama to end the season. The Utah Jazz lost a must win game against the Memphis Grizzlies, so the Los Angeles Lakers clinched a playoff spot before they even took the court for their final game. The Lakers still played hungry though, and they ended up beating the Houston Read More
Posted By emoore | April 15th, 2013
On the weekend of the Masters, sports talk was dominated by Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant. Tiger, of course, for his efforts (and penalty) on the golf course, while Kobe tried to will the Lakers to the playoffs. Unfortunately, for NBA fans and Laker fans especially, Kobe’s achilles couldn’t bear the weight of the franchise. He went down against the Golden State Warriors with a ruptured achilles tendon. This injury typically requires 6-9 months of rehab.
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Posted By rdesort | April 8th, 2013
Congratulations to the Louisville Cardinals on becoming the 2013 NCAA Mens’s National Basketball Champions!
Through blood, sweat and tears, this University of Louisville team has really endured it all. This March Madness season has really been a wild ride. With some teams that were expected to do well, do not so well, and of course the usual underdogs taking out the higher seeded team.
From upsets and buzzer-beaters to jaw-dropping performances and bitter heartbreak, the 2013 tournament has had it all. And we sports fans have been glued to the TV watching every single minute.
The expansion of social media allows fan interaction and reaction more than ever, and America has had plenty to say.
Individual legacies have been made. Players like Louisville’s Russ Smith, Michigan’s Trey Burke and Ole Miss’ Marshall Henderson etched their names in March lore. Players like Georgetown’s Otto Porter Jr. and Gonzaga’s Kelly Read More