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The Eastern Conference Champion Boston Bruins square-off against the Western Conference Champion Vancouver Canucks in this season’s best-of-seven Stanley Cup Finals. The first two games will be at BCPlace Stadium in Vancouver starting this Wednesday night. The series then shifts …
The Nashville Predators vs. Vancouver Canucks series is going to be all but over if Nashville can’t muster a win in the next game against Vancouver. Predators coach Barry Trotz says the Vancouver Canucks are playing games to draw penalties …
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The NBA Finals continue in Los Angeles, the Stanley Cup final returns to Chicago, and the Sprint Cup Series hit the track at Pocono.
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Stanley Cup final continues in Philadelphia, while the Rays continue their series in Toronto, and the Giants play host to the Rockies.
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Lakers and Suns continue the Western Finals in Phoenix, and the Flyers and Blackhawks begin the Stanley Cup final up in Chicago.
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Celts and Cavs meet on the hardwood, the Sprint Cup Series hits Richmond, and the Kentucky Derby runs for the roses.
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Stanley Cup playoffs continue on five fronts, while the Mariners host the Tigers, and the Giants battle with the Dodgers.
Last week two major championships were decided making for the end of a great week in sports. This gave me plenty to rant about and it wasn’t hard to find some quality topics. I am going to rant about how …
Out of the playoffs and out of class: After getting ousted and upset by the Orlando Magic last week, Lebron James walked off the court without shaking hands with any members of the Magic. The next day he commented on it and said he walked out because he wants to win and he is a competitor. Not so fast Lebron, this move to me shows a lack of class. Your one of the more prominent stars in the NBA and with apologies to Charles Barkley, you are a role model. Everyone wants to win and some more than others, but that does not mean there is not room for sportsmanship. Walking out and not shaking hands is a sign of very poor sportsmanship and an insult to the Orlando Magic and what they have accomplished this season. When Cleveland stomped the Hawks and the Pistons, Lebron hung around to shake hands, but I am sure he wanted to win just as much then as he did when he faced Orlando. If your disappointed with a loss go in the locker room and smash a locker or scream at your teammates but there is no need for a public display of a lack of sportsmanship. I would hope that with all of the unneeded media scrutiny this will not happen again in the future, but that question remains unanswered and instead is replaced with another question. Where will King James play next year? Stay tuned for that answer.