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  • All-Sqaure at St. Mary's
    Two goals from Graziano Pellè could not help Southampton spoil Mauricio Pochettino's return to St. Mary's after both sides settled for a 2-2 draw. The lunchtime kick-off at St. Mary's featured the Premier League's 6th and 7th placed teams square off, both battling for an European place. Both sides entered today's fixture having amassed 10 out of
  • Champions League Semi-Final Draw - Barcelona vs. Bayern; Juventus vs. Real Madrid
    The semi-finals for the 2014-15 UEFA Champions League see Barcelona drawn against Bayern Munich and Juventus drawn against Real Madrid. The draw in Nyon could not have provided more scintillating semi-finals. Pep Guardiola will return to Camp Nou for the first time since leaving Barca in 2012 whilst Juventus strive for their first Champions
  • Jordan Henderson Signs with Reds until 2020
    Liverpool's vice-captain has signed a new lucrative five-year contract with wages of £100,000 per week. The England international has been an important player at Anfield since joining from Sunderland in June 2011 for a reported fee between £16 and £20 million. Henderson is currently the vice-captain of Liverpool and with Steven Gerrard leaving i
  • What happens if Cavs fall short of NBA title?
    Now is the time we've all been waiting for, the moment where we see if the Cleveland Cavaliers can live up to the hype. They started their quest for the NBA championship with a 113-100 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of their first round series Sunday afternoon in Cleveland. Game 2 will be Tuesday night on the shores of Lake Erie, before
  • All in for Bulls as they start playoff journey
    Coming into the NBA Playoffs, we have heard time and time again the Cleveland Cavaliers are the team to beat in the Eastern Conference. I know they have the best player in the world in LeBron James, but it's going to take more than just him to get it done. The Atlanta Hawks had a historic season to claim the number one seed in the conference. Lost
  • Paul George return refreshing to see
    On April 5, the Indiana Pacers, and the fans of the NBA, received a pleasant surprise when small forward Paul George returned to the basketball court in a game against the Miami Heat. Everyone remembers when George suffered a gruesome leg injury in a Team USA basketball scrimmage on Aug. 1. For him to come back when he has is remarkable, but some q
  • Masters performance encouraging for Woods
    First of all, congratulations to Jordan Spieth for winning the 2015 Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga. over the weekend. In doing so, Spieth became the second youngest winner (21 years old) of this event, only a few months behind Tiger Woods, who won the fabled green jacket at this age in 1997. Speaking of Woods, it's understood he wasn't anywhere
  • Maybe It Is Time To Wonder If Tiger Woods Can Be Great Again
    [caption id="attachment_179" align="alignright" width="150"] Tiger Woods[/caption] Even though the 2015 PGA Tour season began in January in beautiful Hawaii, the real start of the season begins this week as the first major of the year gets underway. Yep, it's that time of the year again, the Masters. Besides the event itself and who possibly cou
  • NBA MVP Race comes down to Curry and Harden.
    Every time I watch ESPN First Take it seems the issue of NBA MVP is always a hot topic. Maybe it should be. Because even with the regular season drawing to a close, it still doesn't look like there's a consensus on which player has been the most valuable this season. However, it is clear that this race comes down to Golden State's Stephen Curry and
  • Here come the Spurs.....again
    When are sports fans and media going to learn? They have to understand it's never a good idea to count out the San Antonio Spurs. Countless times over the past decade, experts would think this is the time the Spurs would finally start to die off. It's at those moments when the Spurs prove them wrong. So here came the chatter, wondering what was goi
  • Final Four is Set
    After two weeks of NCAA Tournament action filled with upsets and bracket busting, there are four familiar teams who will take the court in Indianapolis next weekend. Yes, there were teams who were able to make things interesting in the midst of this single elimination bonanza we know as March Madness, but at the end, it's pretty close to being chal
  • Is it too little, too late for the Stars?
    In the National Hockey League, not many teams have been hotter than the Dallas Stars. The regular season will end in less than two weeks, and the goal is to be at your very best when it comes around playoff time. The good news is the Stars are doing just that, winning eight of their last 10 games after beating the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 Saturday nig

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