Archive for the 'Uncategorized' Category
Christmas isn’t even here yet, but those burgeoning stars of stage and screen, the names on everybody’s lips .. Stan and James .. seem to have had enough already, and what’s more; they’re saying it in a brand new song. Read more
NBA rumours suggest that the Miami Heat are interested in adding the Nigerian international Chamberlain Oguchi to their roster after he impressed at the recent London Olympics.
The looks on the faces of Davis Cup captain Pat Rafter and Lleyton Hewitt needed no explanation, as fans tuning into watch live tennis online will tell you.
Serbian star, Novak Djokovic, has returned to form with a convincing win in the Rogers Cup in Toronto. He confidently defeated Frenchman, Richard Gasquet, in the final 6-3, 6-2 to retain the trophy that he reclaimed last year, having previously won the event in 2007.
The Pittsburgh GM Ray Shero has already started to make this a memorable off-season for Penguins fans with his bold moves in the 2012 NHL draft.
Former Olympic champion Jonathan Edwards has tipped Phillips Idowu to defy Betfair athletics odds and win Triple Jump gold at this summer’s games in London.
France coach, Lauren Blanc, has rubbished his side’s chances of progressing to the semi-finals of Euro 2012, after they limped through Group D into the quarterfinals. Blanc’s comments will be worrying for fans that placed a bet at Bet Victor, favouring France.
It is fair to say that there isn’t much of an expectation of Andy Murray being successful in the clay season, as we know the Brits best chance of success this summer is at Wimbledon. But the world number four has looked impressive so far in the Monte Carlo Masters.
It was only last month that the NFL owners tabled a variety of changes to the League rules and regulations and one of those changes was the expansion of offseason rosters from 80 to 90 players per team. We thought that might take some time for the league to consider but then the NFL made a very surprise announcement much quicker than anyone had expected that the change had been ratified by the NFL.
It’s pretty much a done deal that the #1 and #2 picks in the draft are set in stone with Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III sure to disappear to the Colts and Redskins respectively, so the draft dilemmas surely start at #3 where the Minnesota Vikings hold sway.