It has seemed like a pretty solid bet that the National Hockey League was preparing to put a team in Las Vegas (pun absolutely intended). And now as of this past Wednesday, it is official: there will be a 31st NHL franchise at the start of the 2017-18 NHL season and it will be the Las Vegas (fill in the blank)s.
Anytime any of the major pro sports leagues expands is a big deal but this is a unique challenge considering that this franchise will be the first major professional sports franchise in Sin City. Will it be a success?
After a brief hiatus, Fanatic Radio is back, the Millenials Show, back and better than ever. Mike & Ben talk about the historic run from the Cleveland Cavailers and where LeBron James ranks among the all-time greats in basketball and what teams need to retool in order to keep up with the Golden State Warriors with the NBA Draft around the corner.
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This Saturday is the final Saturday of the month of June and thus, the folks at Fox Sports will be presenting some Major League Baseball action at 7 PM. That comprises of games at Kauffman Stadium, PNC Park and Turner Field and follows Padres-Reds on FS1. Which game are you getting and who will be calling it? Let's find out.
After a brilliant performance in the NBA Finals, what do we think about LeBron James now? How about Dustin Johnson and his performance in the US Open last weekend? Who disappointed me last week on Instagram?
All of that plus the wildly popular B-Flo Shoutout on this week's edition of the B-Flo 360 Podcast.
In the wake of Fox getting half of the Big Ten television rights two months ago, much was left to be pondered about if ESPN, the previous rightsholder, was going to have much of a slice of a pie if it had one at all. After all, much has been made about how ESPN was in the midst of some serious cost-cutting and they reportedly went in with a lowball bid for the package that went to Fox which led some to wonder whether ESPN was going to be willing to fork up what was needed.
If it's Saturday night, then it's primetime baseball on the Fox Broadcasting Company. At a later time thanks to their coverage of the US Open with first pitch coming after 8, three games are on the slate including action on the South Side, in Flushing and out in Kansas City. This follows Rangers-Cardinals on FS1. Which game are you getting and who will be calling it? Let's find out!
It seems safe to say that this year's U.S. Open will be different from what we saw last year. After all, Chambers Bay was making its debut to much of the golfing world and to be very generous, reviews were mixed at best. Now, we're returning to a familiar face in the Oakmont Country Club in what will be the ninth Open hosted at the iconic Western Pennsylvania golf course. But will a familiar course bring to us a familiar champion or will we get somebody out of left field? Here are my predictions for the 2016 U.S. Open.