You can’t deny that this would be a very interesting purchase for an NFL team. If the Buffalo Bills were sold to billionaire Donald Trump, it would not only be interesting, but it would be great for the NFL and for Buffalo as well. Why you ask? Well, Trump said that he is not only committed to buying the Bills, but also to keeping them in Western New York also. This is something that the Bills fans have badly wanted to hear, probably almost as badly as they want to see the Bills become a contender once again, and have a continue
The Raptors will host a playoff game for the first time in six years when they open a best-of-seven series against the Nets in a matchup of experience versus youth. After a slow start and a notable trade that sent Rudy Gay to the Kings, the Raptors went 42-22 over the final four-plus months of the season to record a franchise record in victories and win the Atlantic Division crown, their first since 2006-07. The Raptors were also a number three seed that season and they also opened play against the Nets, who won that series in six games continue
A dominant second half of the season carried the Bruins to the best record in the NHL, but recent history suggests they have plenty of reason to be wary of their first round playoff opponent when they host the Red Wings in Game 1. The Bruins positioned themselves as Stanley Cup favorites with a dazzling 15-0-1 stretch that finally came to an end in Detroit on April 2. In fact, the Bruins lost three of four matchups against the eighth-seeded Red Wings this season.
The Bruins, who won the Stanley Cup in 2011 and fell to the Blackhawks in the continue
When writing the Weekend Soccer Preview, usually the focus is on the top matches in the top European leagues, be it England, Spain, Italy or Germany. Now to be fair not much has been written about Italian or German soccer this season since Bayern Munich and Juventus are so far in front of everyone else in their leagues. What I haven’t focused much attention on is the brilliance of Atletico Madrid this season.
The fear and a well-founded fear among followers of La Liga was that the Spanish top flight will turn into the Scottish Premier League where FC Barcelona continue
The tennis clay court season is underway and incredibly all four finalists last week were from Spain. It’s amazing how deep and talented the country has become, especially on clay. My first year on the tour in 1985, I went over to Spain to play the satellites over there because it was supposed to be easier than in the USA and it was. I remember 16-year-old Spanish kids like Clavet and his buddies were the really tough draws. You used to look at the draw and if you couldn’t pronounce your opponent’s name, or if it had too many continue