NBA: Great loyal fans love this game

The league of basketball crazy fans. The regular season matches are grinding games, playoffs too nerve-wrenching, and the finals become epic games for eventual world champions.

NFL: tough banged-bodies play

The league for fans who love to watch rough and physical play. Quarterbacks make those touchdown passes look easy but its really hard to execute.

MLB: America's no. 1 past time

Fans continue to be thrilled watching baseball games. Hard hitters become overnight sensations for scoring those home runs as pitchers try to strike out batters in front of him.

Hopkins stars in Texans' win

By Associated Press

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Poised in the pocket, and precise with every throw. He even bounced back from a vicious hit.

Brian Hoyer was so good Sunday he impressed coach Bill O'Brien, something that hasn't been easy for either of Houston's quarterbacks this season.

Hoyer threw three touchdown passes on third down, two to rising star DeAndre Hopkins, and the Texans beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 31-20. Read more about Hopkins stars in Texans' win

In a Rout and a Romp, U.S. Takes World Cup

USA vs. Japan Women's FIFA finals

By JERÉ LONGMAN JULY 5, 2015 | NEW YORK TIMES

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The Women’s World Cup began uncertainly for midfielder Carli Lloyd. But it quickly built toward predatory dependability, then concluded Sunday in a display of startling deliverance.

Lloyd scored the quickest goal in a Women’s World Cup final, slicing a shot with the outside of her left foot from a corner kick in the third minute of a 5-2 victory over Japan, as the United States became the first team to win the tournament three times. Read more about In a Rout and a Romp, U.S. Takes World Cup

Harden helps Rockets stay alive, beat Warriors 128-115

Harden vs Curry

By KRISTIE RIEKEN
Posted May 26 2015 1:25AM

HOUSTON (AP) James Harden was not happy after a poor performance in Houston's embarrassing loss to Golden State in Game 3.

Coach Kevin McHale told him the best thing to do was take that frustration out on the other team.

Harden did just that, scoring a playoff career-high 45 points as the Rockets led from start to finish to avoid elimination in the Western Conference finals with a 128-115 victory over the Warriors on Monday night.

"James had a phenomenal game," McHale said. Read more about Harden helps Rockets stay alive, beat Warriors 128-115

Rockets back in conference finals first 1st time since '97

Rockets vs. Clippers 2015 Playoffs Game 7

By KRISTIE RIEKEN APMay 17 2015 8:04PM
HOUSTON (AP) The Houston Rockets are heading to the Western Conference finals for the first time in 18 years after overcoming a 3-1 series deficit to eliminate the Los Angeles Clippers.

"It's the ultimate confidence-booster," James Harden said. "There's only a handful of teams that's done that. We fought back. We fought three really hard games and came away with it." Read more about Rockets back in conference finals first 1st time since '97

Rockets stun Clippers 119-107 to force deciding Game 7

Josh Smith makes 3 over Griffin

By BETH HARRIS May 15 2015

LOS ANGELES (AP) With a 19-point lead in the second half, the Los Angeles Clippers were cruising toward clinching the franchise's first Western Conference finals berth.
Not so fast.

The Houston Rockets would not be denied.

Corey Brewer scored 15 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter and Houston stunned Los Angeles 119-107 on Thursday night to force a Game 7.

"We kept saying, `We're not going to quit,"' said Dwight Howard, who had 20 points and 21 rebounds. "We kept believing. We never gave up on each other." Read more about Rockets stun Clippers 119-107 to force deciding Game 7

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Donald Sterling remains a total scumbag, and the NBA needs to deal with it

Donald Sterling is a total scumbag. He has a history of particularly grotesque and federally prosecuted racism and a list of sexual harassment accusers. He's a grandstanding idiot without a modicum of self-awareness. He's the type of dumbass who would hold a Black History Month celebration in March, and the type of racist moron who would "celebrate Black History" by giving 1,000 game tickets to poor kids, because the brainless hockey puck equates Black people with poor people, because he is a complete cretin. Read more about Donald Sterling remains a total scumbag, and the NBA needs to deal with it

NBA playoffs in progress, can the Heat threepeat?

The NBA first round of the playoffs for the 2013-2014 season is ongoing and the match ups are quite tight in both the Eastern and Western Conference turfs except for the Miami Heat which swept the Charlotte Bobcats 4-0.

The second seed in the East, Heat can at least rest and reenergize for a week while waiting for its second round opponent which is either the third seed Toronto Raptors or the sixth seed Brooklyn Nets which are now tied 2-2 in their first round series. Read more about NBA playoffs in progress, can the Heat threepeat?

A bad season for the ailing Texans

After the Houston Texans eked out a 2-0 start, it was all disaster for the once amazing and promising football team. It suffered its worst franchise record of 14 straight losses and ended up fourth in the AFC South in a season-ending 2-14 win-loss card.

So frustrating was how the team performed that in week 14 and with a loss to the cellar dweller Jacksonville Jaguars, Texans team owner Bob Mcnair handed Head coach Gary Kubiak his pink slip. Mcnair named Defensive coach Wade Philipps as interim coach and later hired former Penn State head coach Bill O' Brien as the team's third head coach.

In the season opener, the Texans won against the San Diego Chargers, 31-28 in a come-from-behind fashion. Down 3 touchdowns (21-points) in the third quarter, the Texans sparked a 24-0 run in the closing minutes of the third quarter and the rest of the fourth quarter to finally win one against the Chargers. Read more about A bad season for the ailing Texans

Can Manny Pacquiao bounce back from that devastating knock out loss to Marquez?

Marquez delivers the KO punch of the decade......

Saturday night was not as cold as it seems when Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao was devastatingly knocked out cold by Juan Manuel Marquez with a perfectly executed crisp right straight at exactly 2:59th minute of the sixth round.

Pacquiao started chasing Marquez and landed good shots in rounds one and two until Marquez suddenly surprised Pacman in the third round with an overhand right power shot that knocked down the pound-for-pound king for the first time in the bout and in the previous 36 rounds that they had squared off so far. Read more about Can Manny Pacquiao bounce back from that devastating knock out loss to Marquez?

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