The Sharks looked shaky in the first round but managed to grit out a 4-2 series win over the Anze Kopitar-less Los Angeles. Their reward is a meeting with the most skilled team in the NHL, The Detriot Red Wings, who disposed of the Coyotes 4-0 in their opening series without their best player, Henrik […]
Last night’s NBA playoff action showed three teams advance by winning their game 6s. The most surprising victor of a first round series was the Atlanta Hawks. I wrote them off as an easy sweep for the Dwight Howard-led Orlando Magic, but I was wrong. The Hawks won four games (3 at home) by 10 […]
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The Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder advanced last night by winning their game fives. Both series were won 4-1 and finished up on the higher seed’s home court during last night’s NBA playoff action. The Heat were led by a strong second-half performance from Dwyane Wade to beat the Philadelphia 76ers 97-91. Miami made […]
1. Rick Adelman Rick Adelman is the perfect replacement for Keith Smart. This wouldn’t be his first stop in the bay, as he led the Warriors to a combined 66-98 record in two seasons before getting fired. But don’t blame him for that record, blame this fuckface. Adelman reeled off 22 straight wins, coached the […]
In lieu of yesterday’s disappointing UEFA Champions League match between Real Madrid and Barcelona (2-0, Barca), 756sports would like to present you with a breakdown of what some may call the beautiful game. This article will feature 5 reasons why we should keep believing in footy and 5 reasons why we should start believing in […]
The Golden State Warriors parted ways with Keith Smart after one year today. Smart led the Warriors to a 36-46 record this past year, a ten win improvement from last year’s nightmare season. Smart was given little time to get ready for the season, as he took over for Don Nelson just days before training camp started. […]