April 2012

Hoping for No Early Exit

updated April 29, 2012by April 29, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”41″]   Last year, the San Antonio Spurs were the #1 seed but lost to the #8 seed Memphis Grizzlies.  This year, the Spurs are once again the top seed and are facing the #8 seeded Utah Jazz.  The Spurs are hoping to avoid the scenario of  another early exit in the playoffs. […]

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Oklahoma City Thunder – Making Noise in the NBA Playoffs

updated April 29, 2012by April 29, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”41″]   The Oklahoma City Thunder started off their playoff run with an uplifting win over the Dallas Mavericks.  With a little more than one second left, the league’s scoring leader, Kevin Durant, nailed a jumpshot in the end which ended up being the game-winning bucket.  The final score was 99-98 for the […]

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Redskins Tickets – RG3 to the Rescue?

updated April 26, 2012by April 26, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”31″]     Redskins tickets probably don’t need a lot of help in the marketing department. We’ve all heard the stories about how hard it to find tickets to a Redskins game, the divorce battles over who gets to keep the treasured Redskins tickets and so forth. So the question I’m asking is […]

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Mile High Challenge

updated April 26, 2012by April 26, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”11″]   On Sunday October 28th, the New Orleans Saints face a challenge that they have not faced since February 7 of 2010.  That challenge is future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning.  Manning is now a Denver Bronco and will be for the next five years.  With Manning comes hope everything will turn […]

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NFL Tickets – Sunday Night Special – Saints vs Chargers

updated April 26, 2012by April 26, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”11″]     On October 7, the New Orleans Saints will be in their first Primetime game of the 2012 NFL season.  It will be a Sunday night game against the San Diego Chargers.  Two of the better quarterbacks in the NFL will be facing off, the young gunslinger Philip Rivers and the […]

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