Posts Tagged ‘ Washington Wizards ’

Monday Edition

Here are four Monday topics for you to start the week

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Who will advance between Boston and Washinton

First Quarter: NBA Playoffs

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Can San Antonio bounce back?
3. Does the winner of the Boston-Washington series stand a chance at Cleveland?
4. GM7 (Series Tied 3-3): Wizards @ Celtics, 7 pm/TNT

Second Quarter: NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Ducks tied up the series last night as the series shifts to Nashville
3. Can the Pens even up the ECF’s tonight?
4. GM2 (OTT 1-0): Senators @ Penguins, 7 pm/NBCSN

Third Quarter: MLB

1. MLB scoreboard
2. ESPN Monday Night Baseball: Astros @ Marlins, 6 pm
3. Is Houston the best team in the American League?
4. MLB Network Monday: Dodgers @ Giants, 9:15 pm

Fourth Quarter: Monday Links

1. Richard Deitsch/Media Circus: Beth Mowins to call the second MNF game this fall?
2. Pop not happy with Zaza
3. Mahomes robbed at gun point
4. Big withdrawal from the French Open

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2017 Posts: 93

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you ready for the weekend!


Boston showed up in Washington dressed in black

First Quarter: NBA Playoffs

1. NBA scoreboard
2. One more spot up for grabs in the conference finals
3. Sunday at 2:30 pm on ABC the Western Conference Finals begin
4. Can the Wizards force game seven on Monday night?

Fourth Quarter: NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Conference Finals begin tonight
3. Tonight GM1: Predators @ Ducks, 8 pm/NBCSN
4. Tomorrow GM1: Senators @ Penguins, 6 pm/NBC

Third Quarter: MLB

1. MLB scoreboard
2. AL Series of the Weekend: Twins @ Indians
3. NL Series of the Weekend: Dodgers @ Rockies
4. Sunday Night Baseball: Astros @ Yankees, 7 pm

Fourth: Scoreboards

1. PGA scoreboard
2. College Baseball scoreboard
3. MLS scoreboard
4. EPL scoreboard

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2017 Posts: 92

The Wednesday Edition

It’s the middle of the week

Mark Dantonio and Michigan State finished fourth in the final 2013 BCS standings. (USATSI)
Mark Dantonio feels his Michigan State Spartans would’ve been national champions had their been a playoff last season. Photo by USA Today/SI

First Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) Los Angeles Angels (63-42) @ Baltimore Orioles (59-46), 6:05 pm/ESPN
3) Chicago White Sox (52-55) @ Detroit Tigers (57-46), 6:08 pm
4) Atlanta Braves (58-49) @ Los Angeles Dodgers (60-47), 9:10 pm

Second Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) Should Golden State surrender Klay Thompson?
2) NBA tracker
3) NHL tracker
4) Will the New York Islanders make the playoffs this season?

Third Quarter: MLS

1) MLS scoreboard
2) Full friendlies schedule
3) New York Red Bull @ Real Salt Lake, 7 pm/ESPN2
4) International Champions Cup: Manchester City v. Liverpool, 6 pm/FS1

Fourth Quarter:  Midweek Links

1) Again it’s July 30th so we get stories like these
2) Mark Dantonio on a hypothetical situation of last season
3) Jonah Keri last minute trade deadline primer
4) Pat Forde on Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah

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2014 Posts: 136

Monday Edition

Here are you four Monday topics for you to start the week


Snowy day in the NFL yesterday so here’s Molly McGrath to warm things up. #MSNANOOKOFTHENORTH

First Quarter: NBA/NHL 4Q Games of the Night

1. NBA scoreboard
2. 4Q Game of the Night: Denver Nuggets (12-8) @ Washington Wizards (9-10), 6 pm
3. NHL scoreboard
4. 4Q Game of the Night: Columbus Blue Jackets (12-14-3, 27 pts) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (20-10-1, 41 pts), 6:30 pm/NBCSN

Second Quarter: NFL

1. Monday Night Football: Dallas Cowboys (7-5) @ Chicago Bears (6-6), 7:40 pm/ESPN
2. Playoff implications on the line in Chicago tonight
3. If the AFC Playoff’s started today: Denver (11-2)y, New England (10-3), Cincinnati (9-4), Indianapolis (8-5), Kansas City (10-3), Baltimore (7-6) – In the hunt/Miami (7-6), San Diego (6-7), New York Jets (6-7)
4. If the NFC Playoff’s started today: Seattle (10-2)y, New Orleans (10-3), Philadelphia (8-5), Detroit (7-6), Carolina (9-4), San Francisco (9-4) – In the hunt/Arizona (8-5), Dallas (7-5), Chicago (6-6), Green Bay (6-6-1)

y – clinched playoff spot

Third Quarter: 4Q College Football Top 14

1. Florida State (13-0, 8-0 ACC) – LW1
2. Michigan State (12-1, 8-0 B1G) – LW7
3. Auburn (12-1, 7-1 SEC) – LW4
4. Stanford (11-2, 7-2 PAC-12) – LWNR
5. UCF (11-1, 8-0 AAC) – LW8
6. Baylor (11-1, 8-1 Big XII) – LW11
7. Alabama (11-1, 7-1 SEC) – LW6
8. North Dakota State (12-0, 8-0 MVC) – LW10
9. Louisville (11-1, 7-1 AAC) – LW13
10. Northern Illinois (12-1, 8-0 MAC) – LW2
11. Ohio State (12-1, 8-0 B1G) – LW3
12. Missouri (11-2, 7-1 SEC) – LW5
13. Fresno State (11-1, 7-1 MWC) – LW14
14. Bowling Green (10-3, 7-1 MAC) – LWNR

Dropping Out: Oklahoma State (10-2, 7-2 Big XII) – LW9, Duke (10-3, 6-2 ACC) – LW12

BcS Rankings Final

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1. Monday’s MMQB and CFB Overtime
2. Media Circus
3. Bowl Games
4. NCAA D1 Volleyball Bracket/DII, Playoffs – FCSDIIDIII

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2013 Posts: 279

4Quarters 2013-14 NBA Predictions Sure to go Wrong

Tonight the National Basketball Association begins the 2013-14 season which the Miami Heat will try to make it three straight. Listed are my predictions for the upcoming season through the playoffs, as per the standard of this blog this will serve as a record of how wrong I was.


Will Miami make it three straight? Who did I put the jinx on?

* = Playoff Team

Eastern Conference (Regular Season) –

Atlantic: 1. Brooklyn Nets* 2. New York Knicks* 3. Toronto Raptors* 4. Boston Celtics 5. Philadelphia 76ers
Central: 1. Indiana Pacers* 2. Chicago Bulls* 3. Detroit Pistons* 4. Cleveland Cavaliers 5. Milwaukee Bucks
Southeast: 1. Miami Heat* 2. Atlanta Hawks* 3. Washington Wizards 4. Orlando Magic 5. Charlotte Bobcats

Western Conference (Regular Season) –

Northwest: 1. Oklahoma City Thunder* 2. Denver Nuggets* 3. Minnesota Timberwolves* 4. Portland Trailblazers 5. Utah Jazz
Pacific: 1. Los Angeles Clippers* 2. Golden State Warriors* 3. Los Angeles Lakers 4. Sacramento Kings 5. Phoenix Suns
Southwest: 1. San Antonio Spurs* 2. Houston Rockets* 3. Memphis Grizzlies* 4. Dallas Mavericks 5. New Orleans Pelicans

Eastern Conference Playoffs –

First Round:
1 Miami Heat over 8 Toronto Raptors in four games
2 Brooklyn Nets over 7 Detroit Pistons in six games
3 Indiana Pacers over 6 New York Knicks in five games
4 Chicago Bulls over 5 Atlanta Hawks in five games

Second Round:
1 Miami Heat over 4 Chicago Bulls in six games
3 Indiana Pacers over 2 Brooklyn Nets in five games

Eastern Conference Finals:
1 Miami Heat over 3 Indiana Pacers in seven games

Western Conference Playoffs –

First Round:
1 San Antonio Spurs over 8 Minnesota Timberwolves in five games
2 Los Angeles Clippers over 7 Memphis Grizzlies in seven games
3 Oklahoma City Thunder over 6 Denver Nuggets in six games
4 Golden State Warriors over 5 Houston rockets in seven games

Second Round:
4 Golden State Warriors over 1 San Antonio Spurs in seven games
2 Los Angeles Clippers over 3 Oklahoma City Thunder in seven games

Western Conference Finals
2 Los Angeles Clippers over 4 Golden State Warriors in seven games

NBA Finals –

Miami Heat over Los Angeles Clippers in six games

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2013 Posts: 252

The (Ash) Wednesday Edition

It’s the middle of the week! And Ash Wednesday (edition I-480)


Raise your arms if its your last Ash Wednesday as pope! Photo by UPI/Stefano Spaziani

First Quarter: NBA

1) Today’s scores
2) Chicago Bulls (30-21) @ Boston Celtics (27-24), 6:30 pm
3) Denver Nuggets (33-20) @ Brooklyn Nets (30-22), 6:30 pm
4) Houston Rockets (29-25) @ Los Angeles Clippers (37-17), 9:30 pm/NBATV

Second Quarter: College Basketball

1) 6 Syracuse Orange (20-3, 8-2 Big East) @ Connecticut Huskies (16-6, 6-4 Big East), 6 pm/ESPN
2) Charlotte 49ers (17-6, 5-4 A10) @ 11 Butler Bulldogs (20-4, 7-2 A10), 6 pm
3) 23 Oregon Ducks (19-5, 8-3 PAC-12) @ Washington Huskies (13-11, 5-6 PAC-12), 10 pm/ESPN2
4) San Diego State Aztecs (18-5, 6-3 MWC) @ 24 Colorado State Rams (19-4, 6-2 MWC), 9 pm/CBS Sports Network

Third Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) Rivalry Night on NBCSN: St. Louis Blues (6-5-1, 13 pts) @ Detroit Red Wings (7-4-1, 15 pts), 6:30 pm/NBC Sports Network
3) Ottawa Senators (7-4-2, 16 pts) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (8-5-0, 16 pts), 6 pm
4) Dallas Stars (7-5-1, 15 pts) @ Calgary Flames (3-4-3, 9 pts), 8:30 pm

Fourth Quarter: Leftover Links

1) SI.com – Stewart Mandel’s mailbag
2) Sports on Earth – Will Leitch on Darren Rovell not being in tuned with people
3) CBS Sports – Stupid NCAA ruling of the day
4) Yahoo Sports – Les Carpenter with a Michael Jordan article … from his Wizard days

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2013 Posts: 52

Monday Edition

Here are you four Monday topics for you to start the week

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Calvin Johnson pictured with his father Calvin Sr. broke Jerry Rice’s receiving record on Saturday night. Photo by Duane Burleson/AP

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. No Christmas Eve games
3. Best Record: Oklahoma City Thunder (21-5)
4. Worst Record: Washington Wizard (3-22)

Second Quarter: 4Q – College Basketball Top 14

1. Duke Blue Devils (11-0), LW-1
2. Michigan Wolverines (12-0), LW-2
3. Cincinnati Bearcats (12-0), LW-4
4. Arizona Wildcats (10-0), LW-6
5. Kansas Jayhawks (10-1), LW-12
6. Creighton Bluejays (11-1), LW-9
7. Wyoming Cowboys (12-0), LW-10
8. Louisville Cardinals (11-1), LW-13
9. Missouri Tigers (10-1), LW-NR
10. Illinois Fighting Illini (12-1), LW-3
11. Wichita State Shockers (11-1), LW-NR
12. Indiana Hoosiers (11-1), LW-8
13. New Mexico Lobos (12-1), LW-7
14. Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (9-1), LW-NR

Dropping Out: Syracuse Orange (10-1) LW-5,  Florida Gators (8-2) LW-11, Oregon Ducks (10-2) LW-14

Third Quarter: MLB/NHL

1. Any Christmas Eve deals?
2. Hot Stove tracker
3. Will the two sides meet … again?
4. Still nothing …

Fourth Quarter: NFL

1. AFC Playoff Teams: Houston Texans (12-3), Denver Broncos (12-3), New England Patriots (11-4), Baltimore Ravens (10-5), Indianapolis Colts (10-5), Cincinnati Bengals (9-6)
2. NFC Playoff Teams: Atlanta Falcons (13-2), Green Bay Packers (11-4), San Francisco 49ers (10-4-1), Washington Redskins (9-6), Seattle Seahawks (10-5) Still Alive – Minnesota Vikings (9-6), Chicago Bears (9-6), Dallas Cowboys (8-7), New York Giants (8-7)
3. 4Quarters Most Impressive Team of the Weekend: Seattle Seahawks (10-5) (Win 42-13 v. San Francisco 49ers)
4. 4Quarters Most Disappointing Team of the Weekend: Kansas City Chiefs (2-13) (Lost v. Indianapolis Colts 20-13)

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