18 June 2011

President Obama & Speaker Boehner on the Links

President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner played golf today of Golf Base Andrews and beat Vice President Joe Biden and Ohio Governor John Kasich for $2 apiece. And apparently all parties involved had fun, despite Boehner saying this about whether you can have fun with President Obama as House Minority Leader. Continue reading for more pictures.

17 June 2011

Will Anyone Stop Rory McIlroy at Congressional?

We have seen some great performances at the United States Open Championship, but there hasn't been anything like what Rory McIlroy has done over the first two days at Congressional. At one point he was a whopping 13 strokes under par, the most strokes under par that anyone has ever been at the U.S. Open, which is incredible considering how the U.S. Open is not prone to low scoring. Finishing his first 36 holes under par, he is six strokes ahead of Y.E. Yang. Is there any chance that someone besides the Northern Irishman takes the open this year?

16 June 2011

Watch Dirk Nowitzki Sing "We Are The Champions"

So today they held the victory parade for the Dallas Mavericks to celebrate them winning the 2011 NBA Finals and it culminated in a shindig in front of American Airlines Center. And what better way for them to really celebrate than to have their star, Dirk Nowitzki, lead the crowd in a rendition of their new favorite song? Pretty awesome, I might add. Let's go to the videotape.

MLB on Fox Schedule: June 18th

Fox Saturday Baseball presents a couple of interleague matchups this Saturday at 4 p.m. The featured game is Yankees-Cubs at Wrigley Field which is always a fun matchups due to the popularity of both clubs, although I doubt we will see another called shot. The other game is Rangers-Braves. 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.

Is this the Year Phil Mickelson Wins the US Open?

The 2011 edition of the U.S. Open is upon us at Congressional Country Club outside of our nation's capital in Bethesda, Maryland. And one of the favorites as usual is Phil Mickelson. But he has never won a U.S. Open before in his career, coming in second place five times. Will this finally be the year he claims the title as champion of the U.S. Open?

15 June 2011

No, the Canucks Did Not Win the Stanley Cup & thus Rioting in Vancouver

Why is Herm Edwards Giving LeBron James a Pep Talk?

What I always wonder is why ESPN makes utter garbage like this way too often? Since everyone is harping on LeBron James after his choke job in Game 6 where he refused the ball from being in his hands plus his awful press conference which he has already has apologized for, the Worldwide Leader in LeBron has decided to have the legendarily mediocre former NFL head coach Herman Edwards give James a "pep talk." Let's go to the videotape.

14 June 2011

2011 Stanley Cup Finals: Keys to Game 7

This is what we live for in the Stanley Cup Playoffs: Game 7's. And we've another one on tap on Wednesday night at Rogers Arena in Vancouver to decide the victor of Lord Stanley's Cup. Will the Bruins win their first Cup in almost 40 years? Or will the Canucks claim their first Cup? Here are the keys to the game plus a prediction.

12 June 2011

Game 6 Mini-Brawl Between the Mavericks and Heat

In the second quarter of Game 6 of the 2011 NBA Finals, after Eddie House nailed a three-pointer and the Mavericks called a timeout, a little brawl of sorts broke out. DeShawn Stevenson caused the skirmash by pushing Udonis Haslem and a mediocre fight ensued. Let's go to the videotape.

Can the Canucks Close Out the Bruins in Game 6?

As the Stanley Cup Finals heads to Game 6, the Vancouver Canucks have the Boston Bruins on the ropes as they leads the series three games to two. But as the series heads back to Boston, will the Bruins live to see another day or will the Canucks shut the door? Here's what I think.

2011 NBA Finals: Keys to Game 6

This NBA Finals has certainly been something to watch as both the Dallas Mavericks and the Miami Heat have fought hard and have played some tremendous games. But now as the Mavs are one game away from the championship with the Heat on the ropes, here are the keys to the game.