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Knicks Try to Battle Back Against Pacers

The New York Knicks face the Indiana Pacers for Game Two of a best-of-seven series Tuesday at Madison Square Garden trailing 1-0 and having lost home court advantage. If the Knicks want to battle back in the series, they’ll need to get Carmelo Anthony going. Their star has struggled in the post season thus far, […]

Nets Try to Send Series Back to Brooklyn When They Face Bulls in Chicago

The Brooklyn Nets are in danger of being upset in their opening round playoff series, trailing the Chicago Bulls three games to two, and set to square off at the United Center in Chicago on Thursday night. The Nets have already rallied back from a 3-1 series deficit thanks to a 110-91 win on Monday […]

Yankees Host Athletics in Showdown of Two of American League’s Best

The New York Yankees are set to host the Oakland Athletics this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in what will be a matchup between two of the American League’s best teams. At the time of this writing, the Yankees sit at 15-10, three games behind the Red Sox for first place in the American League East. […]

Los Angeles Kings and St. Louis Blues Square Off in Playoffs

The sprint to the finish in the shortened NHL season is over, and the Blues are taking on the Kings in the fourth-seed versus fifth-seed matchup in the Western Conference, with the Blues coming in as the higher seed. This is a rematch from last year’s second round when the Kings swept the Blues and […]

Wrigley Field to Get $500M Renovation

It’s been an ongoing proposal between the Ricketts family – owners of the Chicago Cubs – and the city of Chicago. A renovation to Wrigley Field was needed, hopefully to revive a long-ailing baseball team, and to help bring in more profit for the team and its owners. How that renovation was going to be […]

The Players Championship is Next Big Golf Event

With The Masters in the rearview mirror and a memorable week in the books, the next big event on the PGA Tour schedule is The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. The course is best known for its island green at the 17th hole, but the finishing stretch as a group […]

Major Playoff Implications as Flyers host Senators Thursday

Currently, the battle for playoff spots in the Eastern Conference of the NHL is tight. The top five seeds are probably safe, while the sixth through 12th place teams are all in contention for the last three playoff spots. The Senators sit in sixth at the time of this writing with 44 points in 38 […]

Who will Make the Stanley Cup Playoffs?

The Stanley Cup playoffs start at the end of this month, and never has every game counted more for every single team — especially in a shortened season where every point counts. So, which NHL teams are going to the playoffs this year, and which ones are still scrapping to find their way in? And […]

Approaching The NHL Trade Deadline

Even before the NHL trade deadline day on Wednesday some huge moves had been made; most notably with Jarome Iginla being traded to Pittsburgh. But that was just a mere primer as the end of deadline day brought with it some pretty big headlines. And in just about every one of them, you could find […]

Sidney Crosby out with Broken Jaw

It wasn’t his first game back, but this was to be Sidney Crosby’s comeback season, and now he’s out with an injury once again. The official word is that he’s out “indefinitely,” while it’s widely thought that he’ll be out for at least one month. And even if the Pittsburgh Penguins can get him back […]