#RVSports The dust has settled and now it's the New England Patriots versus the Philadelphia Eagles. It's a rematch of the 2005 Super Bowl in which the Patriots beat the Eagles 24-21. Before we get into the stats let's get down to the real storylines of this years Super Bowl.
#RVSports - I scored the fight 114 - 114 a draw also. Golovkin was the aggressor through the entire match with Álvarez really neutralizing the attack responding with good defense. Álvarez in my opinion did a bit too much running around the ring and trying to make Golovkin work more. I don’t know if this fight went to 24 rounds we would have had a different outcome. For those who have seen good fights professional or street we know sometimes you just can’t call it.
This must see T.V. is all courtesy of Shannon Sharpe a former (TE) for the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens (NFL), as well as a former analyst for CBS Sports on its NFL telecasts. He is currently a TV presenter who co-hosts Skip and Shannon: Undisputed with Skip Bayless and Joy Taylor. The Superbowl winning (TE) Shannon Sharpe is known for voicing his opinion. In this episode of 'Undisputed' he really put it out there in the face of three big names in the NFL; Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, former player and now general manager of the San Francisco 49ers John Lynch, and Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett.
Congrats out to the Golden State Warriors for winning the 2017 NBA Championship. This team almost became the first team to ever sweep through the playoffs. In my opinion I think the Warriors subconsciously took that game three loss so they could win the title in front of the home crowd.
As Lebron continues to try and top the G.O.A.T. in every category the closer in Boston showed he is well on his way to being one of the greats If not the G.O.A.T. himself. It's the third year in a row fans will choose between the same two teams to decide the will emerge victorios in the NBA Championship. In one story line this years finals for Lebron it's about piling up more points on his lead over Micheal Jordan as the NBA's all-time playoff scoring leader. Lebron James is at 5,989 points for his postseason career which surpassed Jordan's mark of 5,987 points which held firm (Like Sizzla Kolonji would say) for 19 years. The next closest acitive player to Lebron on the list is Tony Parker with 4,012 currently with the San Antonio Spurs which is a very playoff active team.