Category: Sports (page 1 of 10)

The Best Drivers in 2019

If you’re looking to improve your golfing performance, as well as a great Father’s Day gift, bagging a new driver in 2019 could be the difference between a good year and a great one. Trying to decide between the best drivers on... Read More

5 Players to Watch at the #PGAChampionship2019

To finalize our build-up to events at Bethpage Black – we’ve listed a top-5 players to watch at the 2019 PGA Championship. 5. Dustin Johnson – (F) 7:51 AM* (w/ J Rahm, J Spieth) DJ seems to be saving some of his best golf... Read More

MLB To Stream on YouTube

Google’s YouTube reached a deal with Major League Baseball for exclusive rights to stream games in the second half of the season, continuing the expansion of live sports to the internet. The 13 games will be distributed on YouTube globally, and... Read More

Verizon Media Brings NFL Streaming to Fantasy App

Football fans will have a new way to stream games this season, as Verizon Media announced it’s bringing unauthenticated NFL live streaming to its Yahoo Fantasy Football app, in addition to its Yahoo Sports app. Fans will get all local and... Read More

Microsoft reveals Gears of War eSports TV series

eSports! During their Inside Xbox briefing Microsoft unveiled a new six-part documentary called ELeague Gears Summer Series: The Bonds and Betrayals of Brotherhood. It’s actually part tournament, part drama; and will begin airing on TBS on... Read More

Masters Facts: Money, Milestones & More at Augusta

It’s a tradition unlike any other and the unofficial start of spring for golf fans nationwide. But the beauty of April flowers at Augusta National Golf Club, once a plant nursery, belies the danger lurking for the 84 participants in the 83rd Masters... Read More

[email protected] Laps @NFL with Higher Faith Equality Index Score

This weekend’s Daytona 500, launching NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series, will draw the attention of millions of Faith Driven Consumers as FaithEqualityIndex.com releases new data scoring the faith friendliness of NASCAR as well as key sponsors of leading... Read More

Alliance of American Football – what you need to know

Are you ready for some football? Not a Patriots fan and slightly feeling under-whelmed from the lackluster Super Bowl? If so, you’ll be glad to hear football is back…well at least a variation of it returns. The inaugural eight-team,... Read More

Maya Moore sits out upcoming WNBA season

Maya Moore’s decision to sit out the 2019 season to focus on her faith and off-court aspirations was met with fan disappointment that they won’t see her play and respect for her convictions, the sentiment among fellow players was totally on the... Read More

2019’s Best & Worst Cities for Football Fans

For many people, football is far more than just a game: it’s a sacred American tradition. These fans aren’t just spectators but are also participants. They do more than just proudly wear a team’s jersey, perfect game-day chili or tailgate with... Read More

Super Bowl LIII Fun Facts

Atlanta is where the players play, and this year they’ll be doing it for the title of Super Bowl LIII (53) champion. The 2019 version of the NFL’s big game will feature plenty of familiar faces and traditions. Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the New... Read More

Who’s streaming Super Bowl LIII?

A new report suggests 21% of US Super Bowl LIII viewers will watch the game between the New England Patriots and LA Rams on February 3rd via streaming. That’s a 160% increase from the 8.1% who did so for last year’s game, according to the... Read More

Yahoo Sports Partners with Turner Sports & The NBA To Debut Nightly Studio Show #TheBounce

On Monday, Jan 21st – Yahoo Sports is planning to debut an evening studio show called The Bounce.  It’s a mobile-friendly (DIGITAL-ONLY) basketball program co-produced by the NBA and Turner Sports.  The Bounce will air for three hours... Read More

Tips for Taking the Toxicity Out of Youth Sports

For many kids, organized sports aren’t much fun anymore. Overbearing parents, over-the-top coaches and overzealous competition are frequent images associated with youth-athletic leagues today. Though playing ball often used to embody the enjoyment... Read More

Allen Iverson calls Michael Jordan ‘Black Jesus’ — says he’s the GOAT.

The debate about the best basketball player in professional history rages on. It might never actually get settled, unless LeBron James wins several more championships than Michael Jordan. Then again, that might not be enough to settle it for some... Read More

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