28 May 2011

2011 NHL Stanley Cup Finals Prediction

And that, my friends, is what every single club in the National Hockey League plays for, Lord Stanley's Cup. Now we are down to two teams left, the Boston Bruins and the Vancouver Canucks, and they will be playing for the right to claim the cup. Will the Canucks win their first Stanley Cup or will the Bruins win thei first since 1990? It's time for my Stanley Cup prediction.

27 May 2011

Houston Rockets Hire Kevin McHale, Are They Serious?

The head man in Houston is Kevin McHale, who was announced as the replacement for Rick Adelman as coach of the Rockets. And in my opinion, the move makes no sense and is a step backwards for the organization.

2011 NBA Finals Prediction

Well for the 2010-11 NBA season, this is what we have all been waiting for, the NBA Finals. And with a lockout looming that just may wipe out all of next season, this could potentially be the last basketball we see for a while. So it will be the Dallas Mavericks and the Miami Heat duking it out for the Larry O'Brien Trophy. Who do I think will win it? Let's find out.

2011 NBA Finals TV Schedule

We now know the two clubs that will be playing to be crowned champions of the NBA and now we know the television schedule for the 2011 NBA Finals. Here we go.

26 May 2011

2011 Stanley Cup Finals TV Schedule

The battle for Lord Stanley's Cup is set to begin this Wednesday in Vancouver. Here is the television schedule for every game of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals.

Is Mike Brown a Good Fit With the Lakers?

The head man with the Los Angeles Lakers is now Mike Brown, who was last seen moonlighting at ESPN after being fired as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers after LeBron James he failed to bring a title back to Cleveland. Now he has the unenviable task in following the greatest coach in NBA history, Phil Jackson.
Is he a good fit with Showtime out in LA?

25 May 2011

MLB on Fox Primetime Schedule: May 28th

Fox Saturday Baseball will be in primetime once again this Saturday with a record slate of six games on the menu. The games on tap for this Saturday are Mets-Phillies, Red Sox-Tigers, Reds-Braves, Angels-Twins, Royals-Rangers, and Cardinals-Rockies. Continue reading to find out who will be calling these matchups and which one you can see in your neck of the woods come Saturday evening. 

Who Should Be On Hard Knocks in 2011?

Hard Knocks is one of those shows that does not seem like riveting television, but yet it makes for incredibly entertaining programming. It made position battles and contract disputes more open to the audience than ever and it often creates  folk heroes. Just look at last year's edition with the New York Jets; Rex Ryan, Mike Westhoff, and Danny Woodhead became stars.
So who should on this year's show (provided there is an NFL season)?

24 May 2011

2011 UEFA Champions League Final Prediction

A very special soccer match will take place on Saturday at legendary Wembley Stadium in London as two of the most famous and successful clubs in the history of soccer will face off in the UEFA Champions League Final. FC Barcelona and Manchester United have each won a trio of titles but which one will tie Bayern Munich and AFC Ajax for fourth most championships?
It's time for my Champions League Final prediction. Cue the theme

2011 Indianapolis 500 Preview

As it is Memorial Day weekend this weekend, you know that the Sunday before the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" will be held and this year it's ever more special. This year's edition of the Indianapolis 500 will be the 100th anniversary of the inaugural race, which was won by the legend Roy Harroun. Who will drink the milk and kiss the bricks at the Brickyard this year? Here's my Indy 500 preview.

23 May 2011

NHL Relocation: Which Teams Could Be Moved Next? And Where To?

Barring something unexpected, the Atlanta Thrashers will be relocated to Winnipeg, Manitoba in the offseason. So which struggling clubs could be moved next? And to where would they move to?
Here are my thoughts. 

22 May 2011

Carl Edwards Wins the Sprint All-Star Race

Carl Edwards was dominant Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway and he captured the Sprint All-Star Race as well as the cool million awarded to the winner. Edwards led three out of the four segments of the race and his only mistake when he tore up some of his car while doing the victory burnout in the infield. Kyle Busch finished as the runner-up, while David Reutimann, Tony Stewart and Greg Biffle rounded out the top five.
David Ragan won the Sprint Showdown that preceded the big race and he finished eighth. Brad Keselowski finished second in the showdown and finished 18th while Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the fan vote to qualify and he finished 14th.
Complete results after the jump.