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HERE’S MORE NBA PLAYOFF PREVIEWS …
PLUS THE LATEST EDITION OF OUR BASEBALL WEEKEND REPORT
By Jim Hurley
The NBA Playoffs rock-n-roll on this April weekend with the start of Four (4) more post-season series Sunday, so let’s get right to ‘em:
EASTERN CONFERENCE —
#7 CHARLOTTE (43-39) vs. #2 MIAMI (54-28) — 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC
The Miami Heat’s the far-and-away biggest first-round betting favorite in this year’s NBA Playoffs — the guys/gals in sunny Las Vegas have the Heat as close to 20-to-1 favs here — and so naturally the question that seemingly begs to be asked is whether or not the Bobcats can get at least one win in this best-of-seven set?
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3 FREE ISSUES of the
Nationals earn split with Cardinals with walk-off win|
Washington, DC (SportsNetwork.com) - Denard Span's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Washington Nationals a 3-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday in the finale of a four-game set from Nationals Park.
4/20/2014 5:08:01 PM
BOSTON OFF TO SLOW START AMIDST WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP LETDOWN
It has been a disappointing start so far to the 2014 season for the defending World Champion Boston Red Sox. They entered the weekend in last place in the competitive AL East. The good news is that the division is so competitive that the teams are tightly packed from first to worst. The bad news is that it’s likely to be a tight division for weeks…which will make it harder for the Red Sox to get hot and surge back into the playoffs.
The unbalanced schedules in Major League Baseball make it tough for any team in a strong division to make a run at 95 wins. Boston has the added disadvantages of not having a chip on their shoulder, and of dealing with some veterans who may be getting old at once.
Look at these miserable offensive statistics out of the gate for the Red Sox…as they prepare for Sunday Night’s encounter with the Baltimore Orioles that will be nationally televised by ESPN.
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PREPPING FOR THE DERBY - 2014
Volume V...Number 16
TIME TO ANSWER THE ULTIMATE QUESTION...WHICH 3-YEAR-OLDS ARE BEST SUITED TO GET THE KENTUCKY DERBY DISTANCE?
When it comes to isolating the true contenders for the Kentucky Derby...when it comes to separating the contenders from the pretenders there is a long checklist of questions that must be answered. After all, with 20 three-year-olds set to run to glory you are going to have to create a short list of legitimate contenders from which to find the winner and construct your exotic combos.
Obviously that is easily enough stated, but what are those questions to be asked and exactly how are they answered? One question that should be asked and as realistically as possible answered might be the most crucial of all...with none of the Kentucky Derby starters having run 1 ¼ miles...how do you decide which ones are best suited to get the distance?
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