The Warriors and Cavs are in the NBA Finals for the third consecutive year. Will Steve Kerr's back be an issue for the Warriors in the NBA FInals, or will the Warriors keep coasting with Mike Brown at the helm? Gisele Bundchen discusses Tom Brady's concussions. ESPN breaks up Mike & Mike and Gabrielle Union is the reigining queen of clapback. Those highlights and more from the world of sports on this edition of Week N Sports.
Chicago Bears trade away the franchise for someone they could've gotten Monday morning for a slice of Chicago deep-dish pizza . The Cavs and Warriors continue sweeping through the NBA Playoffs. Isaiah Thomas scores 53 points on what would have been hist sister's 23rd birthday. Kobe mentors Thomas while Thomas deals with the loss of his sister. NFL GMs look the other way and draft players accused of domestic violence and sexual assualt. Lala Anthony stuns at the Met Gala, prompting Melo to proclaim his love for his estranged wife and son on her instagram posts. Those highlights and more from the world of sports on this edition of Week N Sports.
Phil Jackson says Melo would better off somewhere else. The NBA Players' Union clapbacks in Carmelo's defense. Can the Celtics regroup after being down 0-2 to the Bulls? Paul George and the Pacers are on the verge of getting swept in the first round by LeBron and the Cavs. Doc Rivers, Russel Westbrook, and Pacman Jones have press conference meltdowns. NBA Playoff 1st round recaps and previews for games 3 and 4. Student athletes and academics, should a student athlete be able to maintain eligibility and play on a championship team with a GPA of 1.11? Plus, NFL teams find allegations about Joe Mixon's personal conduct in high school. Will the new information cause his draft stock to fall even further? Those highlights and more from the world of sports.
Final Four recap. Mississippi St. ends UConn’s streak and bid for a 5th consecutive NCAA Championship. Kelsey Plum of Washington, and Frank Mason of Kansas win Player of the Year Honors. Geno Auriemma and Mark Few win Naismith Coach of the Year Honors. South Carolina and Dawn Staley win the Women’s NCAA Championship, Roy Williams and North Carolina win the Men’s NCAA Championship. Russell Westbrook becomes the second player behind Oscar Robertson to average a triple –double in a single season. Westbrook ties the Big O with 41 triple-doubles in a single season and gets the Big O’s endorsement for MVP. Tony Romo talks retirement and heads to the booth. Marshawn Lynch and the Raiders talk will Beast Mode reactivate? Plus, all the shenanigans from the world of sports.
March Madness is not for the faint of heart. UCONN Wins #111 and Marches into the Final Four, along with Mississippi St., Stanford, and South Carolina. Men's Final Four North Carolina, Gonzaga, Oregon, South Carolina. Baylor knocked off in the Elite Eight by Mississippi State. Ibaka and Lopez have an Uncle Oak moment in Chicago. Sean Peyton and Saints give Johnny Manziel a look and discuss a potential future in New Orleans. Those highlights and more from the Men's and Women's NCAA Tournament action.