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  • Jul 21, 2017 10:36 AM
    Last: 5d

    First off, I'd like to congratulate Mr. Spieth for finally making the top of a leaderboard in a major, even if just for a round. Been a while. Nice to see that.

    Thought it was interesting this vid points out the course play at this year's British Open, being that landing in the rough (not on the fairway) isn't causing the top guys to get any bogeys. That's pretty damn rare. Even though it likely means the course is too easy. Either way, fun to watch.

  • Jun 28, 2017 03:15 PM
    Last: 13d

    Well, now Murray lost. Djokovic is out too, though he was playing hurt already (shoulder). Leaves Federer and 3 others in the semi finals. So far, Federer is the best of the 4 at Wimbledon. And he is 2 matches away from making history.. Berdych is no joke. He took out Djokovic. That's who he faces first. Then Querrey v Cilic in the other semis, which Querrey took out Murray. Not an easy road.

  • Jun 29, 2017 04:37 PM
    Last: 15d
    Another team is joining in on the trend: OKC gets Paul George. Big upgrade there. Westbrook and George might be a better duo than Durant/Westbrook just because of the positions and roles they fill.
  • May 24, 2017 11:59 AM
    Last: 26d

    I wonder at what point the Warriors make this list? Or the Patriots? Given another 1 or 2 more champion wins, I think they should be right up there. That Pats probably already. Warriors are knocking on the door, but need probably at least one more great run and win.

    Also.. the Penguins. They need the hat trick. But then could look worthy as well.

  • Jun 15, 2017 08:39 AM
    Last: 26d
  • Jun 15, 2017 10:26 AM
    Last: 1mo

    Well, they got the first 5 picks exactly right. Then missed the last 5 -

    6. Jonathan Issac
    7. Lauri Markkanen
    8. Frank Ntilinkia
    9. Dennis Smith Jr.
    10. Zach Collins

  • Jun 18, 2017 04:26 PM
    Last: 1mo
    Depends on how much you want to see the fight, and if you want to get out of the house or have a group of friends willing to all split the cost. That's what I am doing, a watching party at a friend's house. I'll pay $10-20 to watch the fight, but not $100. Cheapest option is at a bar. Though they will likely be packed night of, so recommend getting there early. Plus, some bars (maybe most) might have an entry fee as it's really expensive for them to pay rights to broadcast the fight. So maybe expect something like $5-10 to watch at a bar.
  • Jun 25, 2017 05:43 PM
    Last: 29d

    LSU is back again, for the 18th time. Going for their 7th championship win. And then you have Florida, making their 11th appearance, not having won it all, yet.

    Seems like we have a really good match-up for the CWS finale. LSU has the power hitters. Florida has the great defense. Both have shutdown pitchers. I'm thinking LSU pulls it out here. Either way, this an all SEC affair. Pretty fitting as it's been the best conference in baseball, for a minimum of this year. Arguably for a few years.

    Keeping this post open before, during and after the series for discussion.. how do you see this series playing out?

  • Jun 15, 2017 08:39 AM
    Last: 26d

    It's official, for sure this time. Both sides have signed -- Conor McGregor Vs. Floyd Mayweather: Historic Boxing Superfight Date Announced.

    Per McGregor's Instagram account, thenotoriousmma: THE FIGHT IS ON.

    Never thought I'd see this. But it's actually going to happen. They have announced a date and all, August 26th 2017. That's only 2 months away. That's even more surprising to me that it's so close.

    Don't have any other specifics yet. Someone post them here when you see them, if you can. Like what glove sizes, purse amount, etc. Oh and the weight limit. Curious on that too.

    Also, is there ANY chance McGregor can win this fight? I have had this theoretical discussion about a half dozen times already in person.. I don't think he can. Mayweather is too elusive. As much as I want to see this fight, the ultimate crossover of MMA and Boxing, star power wise.. I think it will be a somewhat boring fight, ending in a Mayweather decision.

  • Jun 12, 2017 02:00 AM
    Last: 1mo
    #5 definitely. And like you said, the dude's young. So who knows how high he will go on the list. For sure he is the top 10 right now. I think most everyone could agree there, right? The more times he wins, the higher he'll climb. Simple as that.