Just 20 days before the start of the 2020-2021 regular season, the NBA dropped the year’s Christmas Day schedule, featuring five games between 10 of the league’s best franchises.
Just a few weeks before the start of the 2020-2021 regular season, the NBA offseason delivered an early holiday gift for fans of blockbuster trades.
After a disappointing first half of the 2020 season, why is there still so much for the Patriots to be excited about as the team evaluates its future?
If Daniel Jones can live up to that potential like he showcased as a rookie, there’s no reason why he couldn’t evolve into a top-tier NFL quarterback.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals are living up to the hype in 2020, and it could be a problem for the rest of the NFL.
In 2020, the AFC East’s top contender isn’t Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots. It’s Sean McDermott’s Buffalo Bills.
In his third year as the Titans head coach, Mike Vrabel has created a monster in the AFC South, with a 5-0 record through the team’s first five games of the 2020 season to show for it.
The NBA’s upcoming regular season will be a difficult puzzle to solve. Could the league use another bubble format in 2021 as a result?
Despite the NFL’s best efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, the league finally experienced its first outbreak as teams began to prepare for Week 4 of the 2020 season.
Two months and 20 other teams later, only two franchises remain in the NBA’s bubble in Orlando. The prize hanging in the balance? A Larry O’Brien trophy.
It’s only fitting that one of the most unique regular seasons in MLB history would be accompanied by one of the most intriguing playoff formats in recent memory.
After months of play inside the NHL’s bubbles in Edmonton and Toronto, the Stanley Cup Final finally has its two representatives from the Eastern and Western Conferences: the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Dallas Stars.
Now, when fans look back in the history books, the NBA has a new signature comeback to consider as its most iconic of all time: the Denver Nuggets taking down the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2020 Western Conference Semifinals.
The time has finally come: the NBA’s Conference Finals are here, and teams are ready to fight for the right to represent their conference in the NBA Finals at the end of September.
It only took three Game 7’s to get to this point, but the NHL’s postseason has finally reached the Conference Finals, and four teams are set to vie for a spot in the Stanley Cup Final.
Looking for information on when to watch your favorite team or which players to look out for in each second-round series? We have you covered with a full guide and schedule.