4.5.16: Ball is life

Did that just happen? Talk about that one shining moment… Congrats to this year’s men’s college basketball national champions — the Villanova Wildcats!


College Basketball

Congrats to Villanova and to Kris Jenkins on his game-winning 3 pointer, but props to UNC and especially Marcus Paige for this incredible shot. What a game!

Don’t miss UConn taking on Syracuse tonight at 8:30pm. The Huskies are looking for their fourth consecutive women’s championship title, so this is sure to get interesting!


Congratulations to Shaq, Allen Iverson and Yao Ming on being elected into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Oh, and in all things Dubwatch: Will the Golden State Warriors break the record? Game tonight against the Minnesota Timberwolves gets us one step closer to finding out.


EPL kicked back up again this past weekend! Leicester City is sitting atop the table in a seven point lead at this point, after Sunday’s win over Southampton (Leicester’s fifth 1-0 win in six games). #2 Tottenham Hotspur, drew 0-0 against Liverpool this Saturday, #3 Arsenal scored a 4-0  win over Watford, #4 Manchester City also scored a 4-0 win over AFC Bournemouth, and on Sunday, #5 Manchester United beat Everton 1-0.

El Clasico was also this past weekend — Real Madrid took on Barcelona and won 2-1 to end Barca’s 39-game winning streak. Cristiano Ronaldo scored that final goal, which was his 16th El Clasico goal.

By the way… don’t miss out on the upcoming UEFA Champions League matches: Barca v. Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich v. Benfica at 2:45 pm EST today, and VfL Wolfsburg v. Real Madrid and Paris St. Germain v. Manchester City at 2:45 pm EST tomorrow (Wednesday, April 6).


April 9th is the end of the regular NHL season, and playoffs are set to begin soon after. Wondering who’s making it to the playoffs? Well, there are no Canadian teams making it this year… but you can check out the teams that are making it here.


What’s cookin’?
Ayesha Curry (Steph Curry’s wife) is going to get her own TV show on Food Network. We can’t wait!



Wage Discrimination
Members of the USWNT have filed an action with the EEOC
The women (players from the World Cup-winning team) claim that their team is paid almost 4 times less than the U.S. Men’s National Team regardless of their revenue generation for U.S. Soccer

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