Sabado, Enero 21, 2017

Cleveland Cavaliers vs San Antonio SPurs Jan 21,2017

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Things won't quite seem the same without Tim Duncan on the floor as LeBron James and the Cavaliers play host to the Spurs on Saturday (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC). Regular-season NBA games don’t get much better than this. The defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers will welcome the San Antonio Spurs to Quicken Loans Arena for a Saturday night matchup between two of the NBA’s elite teams. The Cavaliers own the best record in the Eastern Conference at 30-11, but the Spurs have been better overall at 33-9, which is good for second place in the Western Conference. San Antonio will be at a disadvantage Saturday, though, without Pau Gasol, who’s out indefinitely after having hand surgery. San Antonio notable: The Spurs bench has outscored or matched production of the opposing reserves in 29 of the first 42 games. Cleveland notable: The Cavs lead the East in three-pointers made (524) and three-pointers made per game (12.8). They are second in the East in three-point percentage (.384). The Cavs have hit at least 10 treys in 31 of 41 games and shot at least .400 from long distance 16 times (16-0).

Lunes, Enero 16, 2017

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors: Tipoff January 16,2017 8pm EST Catch now

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It's their 2nd meeting of the season! Time to light it up again! this time Warriors will be hosting Cavs..

The Cleveland Cavaliers play Game 40 of the 2016 NBA season Monday against the Golden State Warriors. Here's how to watch, listen and stream the action online. What: Cleveland Cavaliers (29-10) vs. Golden State Warriors (34-6). Where: Oracle Arena. When: 8 p.m. TV: TNT. Radio: WTAM 1100 AM; 87.7 FM La Mega. Online:

 Watch TNT. Golden State notable: The Warriors have scored at least 100 points in all 21 home games this season, the longest streak in the NBA this season. The Warriors have dished out 30 or more assists 27 times this season and are 26-1 in those games. Cleveland notable: Going back to the 2016 NBA Finals, the Cavs have won four straight games over the Warriors, including the last two at Oracle Arena. Cleveland is the only undefeated team in the league when tied or leading after three quarters (25-0). Catch the coverage from before the game; j Round 2 of the Finals rematch between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors takes place on Monday. And just like their first meeting on Christmas Day, this game will take a place on a holiday with Martin Luther King Jr. Day serving as the backdrop. But unlike their first meeting, which the Cavs won 109-109, this game takes place at Golden State's homecourt of Oracle Arena. The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors playing against each other is a major event, regardless whether it’s the regular season or the playoffs. The two teams go at it for the second and final time this regular season, facing off on Monday in Golden State. You may remember that the Cavaliers got the best of Golden State in their last meeting, a Christmas matchup that featured a 14-point Cleveland comeback and a game-winning Kyrie Irving turnaround jumper. That game highlighted Irving as the Warriors’ Grim Reaper, with two game-winning shots in the last two matchups against them. Of course, the other one was in Game 7. These regular season games involving the best rivalry in sports don’t really matter. We all know that, with Cleveland and Golden State both likely to face each other in the NBA Finals yet again. Still, we’ll never turn down a matchup between the two — no matter when or where it happens. Dont miss this exciting game of Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors...

Lunes, Enero 9, 2017

National Championship: Alabama vs CLemson Live now

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The Tide and Tigers duke it out for all the marbles.

 No. 1 Alabama plays No. 2 Clemson in a national title game rematch on Monday at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium.

It’s the final of the College Football Playoff and follows Alabama’s 45-40 triumph over the Tigers in Arizona a year ago. WatchESPN has all the live online streams starting at 8 p.m. ET, including ESPN’s alternate telecasts that are online-only and on the SEC Network. The Crimson Tide are seeking an outrageous fifth national title in eight seasons, while the Tigers want to win their second title all-time and the first since 1981. Bama got here by way of a 24-7 Peach Bowl semifinal win against Washington, while Clemson won, 31-0, against Ohio State at the Fiesta Bowl. Both looked dominant. Alabama is the clear favorite here, for no other reason than Alabama is Alabama. The Tide are the obvious best team in the country, at 14-0 and only really challenged once or twice all season. They’ve devoured everything in their path. Clemson’s road has been more arduous, with no fewer than five narrow escapes en route to a 13-1 record: against Auburn, Troy, Louisville, NC State, and Florida State. But they’ve won all the same, and they’ve earned the right to take on the Tide with everything at stake. Clemson, from its attempt a year ago, knows it can at least compete with Alabama. The Tigers should have some kind of chance to win, and that’s the best you can hope for when you’re going up against a practically unprecedented juggernaut. If they play their cards right, Dabo Swinney’s players could have a lot more than a chance. t’ll be Tigers-Tide, round two as Clemson and Alabama tangle in the College Football Championship for the second season in a row. Both sides of the College Football Playoff played true to the seedings, as No. 1 Alabama dropped No. 4 Washington 24-7, while No. 2 Clemson blanked No. 3 Ohio State, 31-0.

Linggo, Enero 8, 2017

Golden Globe Awards 2017 January 8,2017

The 2017 award season is finally here! The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards are just hours away and they're already off to a roaring start. The night's ceremony is set to take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel located in glamorous Beverly Hills and Jimmy Fallon is all set as the host for the star-studded affair. And between all of the buzz surrounding the most outstanding performances both in film and television, there definitely won't be a lack of famous faces in attendance. La La Land's Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling will surely bright up the red carpet as they rub shoulders with none other than Moonlight's Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris. The casts of the biggest shows on primetime—think Game of Thrones, This Is Us and Veep—will also be hobnobbing with fellow celebs at the big bash. But enough about Tinsletown's biggest names, let's get to the winners! Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award: Meryl Streep They are two of the funniest people in showbiz. So it's no surprise to see that Amy Schumer and Ryan Reynolds are having a bit of a giggle ahead of the 74th Golden Globes on Sunday night. On Saturday the actors checked out the seating arrangements at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and couldn't help but take goofy snaps beside their seats. The Golden Globes, aka award season's booziest night of stars and acceptance speeches, is taking place Sunday. Here's everything you need to know about the 74th annual show that honors the best in TV and film. It airs Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC The show, which takes place at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., will air live from coast to coast. E! will have a Red Carpet Live arrival special starting at 7 p.m. ET, and Ryan Seacrest will begin NBC's pre-show coverage at 6 p.m ET. You can stream the show only if... ... you have a cable subscription. You need to select your TV provider to watch NBC from a streaming device. The red carpet will stream on Twitter starting at 6 p.m. ET. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association picks the winners The HFPA is a small group of about 90 international journalists that are based in Southern California. Since the group is small (and has been accused of unfairly voting for glamorous stars), so winners tend to be unpredictable. It's like the pre-game for the Oscars The Academy Awards is the most prestigious of the awards shows. The three-hour Golden Globes, on the other hand, is a place where stars can try out fashion, sample parts of speeches and, frankly, get drunk. Talent in both TV and film are honored at the ceremony. Golden Globes host Jimmy Fallon said he is a film and TV buff and joked that Mariah Carey will be on hand to help him if anything goes wrong. (Jan. 5) AP Jimmy Fallon is hosting The Tonight Show host is a much more genial follow-up to the acerbic Ricky Gervais, who hosted last year. The host told Extra that he's going to open the show with a Saturday Night Live-style cold open with famous participants including Tina Fey. Sylvester Stallone's daughters will serve as Miss Golden Globes Every year, the HFPA gives the title of Mr. or Miss Golden Globe to the offspring of a Hollywood star. This year, Sophia, Scarlet and Sistine Stallone will share the honor and assist with the show. Their father won a Globe at last year's ceremony for his performance in Creed.

'Sherlock' Season 4 Episode 2

Fantastic! it's Sunday once again time for another sherlock episode! In tonight's episode of "Sherlock" - the second of a three-episode season - the esteemed sleuth may have met his match in the powerful and seemingly unassailable Culverton Smith, a man with a truly dark secret. Smith is portrayed by Toby Jones. Sherlock refers to Smith as "the most dangerous, the most despicable human being that I have ever encountered." "Sherlock" stars Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role, along with Martin Freeman as Dr. John Watson, "Sherlock" Season 4, episode 2 spoilers roundup It is time Sherlock faces his most chilling enemy in the form of Culverton Smith in episode 2. According to Martin Freeman (Dr. John Watson), Smith is described as "the worst person in London," and "like he is a horrible human being." Meanwhile, showrunner Steven Moffat said in an interview with EW that nobody is safe in episode 2 of this season. He added that the second installment is darker as well as filled with humor. "Anything can happen to anyone. I think it's safe to say we couldn't do Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson without Holmes and Watson. But nobody's safe and consequences are everywhere and there's some emotionally grueling stuff coming. There's proper humor too. We showed episode 2 to some people and though it's the darkest one we've ever done there were still people laughing," showrunner Steven Moffat said. Dont miss this exciting episode friends!

Linggo, Enero 1, 2017

NFL WEEK 17 January 1,2017 Final Week is Live Now


Happy New Year! It's the first day of the year 2017 and we are on final week of NFL REgular schedule. Sit back and enjoy! WOnder what will shape off the playoff picture?

 With one week left in the 2016 regular season, only two playoff spots remain unsettled. So who between the Lions, Packers, Buccaneers, and Washington will extend their seasons by at least one game? Green Bay and Detroit will meet in a clash to determine the NFC North champion in a rematch of a game the Packers won back in Week 3.

 The Lions will have home-field advantage this time around, but shifting locales to Michigan hasn’t been especially helpful recently. The team is just 3-7 against its division rival at Ford Field since 2006. That unfortunate record includes last year’s complete inability to cover a Hail Mary. Green Bay was gifted a free play at the end of regulation thanks to a dubious face mask penalty, and Aaron Rodgers used the anti-aircraft gun he calls an arm to launch a last-gasp pass into the Detroit end zone. The Lions failed to properly cover Richard Rodgers, and the tight end hauled in a touchdown to help lift the Pack to a wild card berth. Sunday’s game may not be as crazy, but it promises to be just as dramatic. Detroit can claim its first division title since 1993 with the win, but has gone winless in its last two games. The teams’ quarterbacks are headed in opposite directions, too. Rodgers has emerged as an MVP candidate after throwing 14 touchdown passes without an interception in Green Bay’s resurgence.

 Matthew Stafford’s MVP campaign has fallen apart after dislocating his finger against the Bears three weeks ago; he’s only thrown a single touchdown pass — but tossed four interceptions — as the Lions’ grip on the North has slipped from strong to gone. Packers-Lions is Week 17’s biggest showdown, but it’s not the only game this weekend with postseason implications. Here’s what the rest of the league has in store for the last Sunday of the regular season. All games take place on Sunday. All times Eastern. Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m. If the Ravens win: At 9-7, Baltimore would stake its claim as the AFC’s best team not to make the playoffs. If the Bengals win: Marvin Lewis misses the postseason for the first time since 2010, but it probably won’t be the last victory of his long NFL coaching career. Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m. If the Texans win: The Tom Savage hype train careens into the playoffs. Houston clinched the AFC South with their Savage-led victory last week. If the Titans win: Matt Cassel earns some resume fodder and makes his case to remain Marcus Mariota’s understudy, but last week’s loss to the Jaguars eliminated the Titans from postseason contention. Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts, 1 p.m. If the Jaguars win: Doug Marrone makes his case for a full-time head coach job by leading Jacksonville to a 2-0 record after Gus Bradley’s firing.

 If the Colts win: At 8-8, Indianapolis fulfills its destiny as 2016’s model of mediocrity. Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets, 1 p.m. If the Bills win: Anthony Lynn gets his first win as a head coach and Buffalo avoids its 10th losing season since 2004. If the Jets win: They stake their claim as New York’s second-best NFL team. New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m. If the Patriots win: With home-field advantage, the AFC’s path to Super Bowl LI runs through New England. If the Dolphins win: Matt Moore gets an affirming victory and Miami gets its biggest win of the year. The Dolphins can also move into the fifth seed in the AFC if the Chiefs lose. Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings, 1 p.m. If the Bears win: At 4-12, they may have played their way out of a top-five draft pick. If the Vikings win: They can point to an eight-win season as the reward for boldly shipping out valuable draft capital for quarterback Sam Bradford. Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 1 p.m. If the Cowboys win: They’re locked in to the NFC’s top seed no matter what, but a 14-2 record would give Dak Prescott more wins than any rookie quarterback in league history. If the Eagles win: Doug Pederson gets a resume-building win, but won’t be able to escape a disappointing finish after a 3-0 start to the season. Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1 p.m. If the Browns win: 2-14! A winning streak! One more year of Robert Griffin III at quarterback! If the Steelers win: They’re hosting a wild card game next weekend, no matter what. Carolina Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 p.m. If the Panthers win: The follow-up to Cam Newton’s MVP campaign ends at 7-9 and with one of the worst seasons of his career. If the Buccaneers win: Hoo boy. Tampa Bay needs: Washington to tie Green Bay to lose Tennessee, Indianapolis, Dallas, and San Francisco to ALL win in order to make an extremely unlikely playoff appearance. New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons, 4:25 p.m. If the Saints win: Sean Payton earns a victory in what may be his final game as New Orleans head coach. If the Falcons win: They get a week off. Beating the Saints locks Atlanta into the NFC’s No. 2 seed. Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos, 4:25 p.m. If the Raiders win: Matt McGloin leads his team to its first division title since 2002. If the Patriots lose to the Dolphins, the Raiders will also ensure the AFC’s road to the Super Bowl runs through Oakland. If the Broncos win: They spoil Oakland’s shot at home-field advantage — as well as the AFC West title if the Chiefs win — but their season ends Sunday, no matter what. Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 p.m. If the Cardinals win: At 7-8-1, Arizona could rise as high as No. 9 in the NFC, which is still pretty disappointing after last year’s trip to the conference’s title game. If the Rams win: John Fassel earns his first win as an NFL head coach, but the Rams potentially miss out on a top-five pick in the 2017 draft. Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers, 4:25 p.m. If the Chiefs win: Kansas City earns the AFC West title and a first-round bye IF the Raiders, now led by Matt McGloin, lose to the Broncos. If the Chargers win: San Diego stakes its claim as the best 6-10 team in the league. Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers, 4:25 p.m. If the Seahawks win: Seattle can claim a first-round bye if the Falcons lose/tie. If the 49ers win: Their quest for the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft officially falls short. New York Giants vs. Washington, 4:25 p.m. If the Giants win: Not much happens, since the Giants are already locked in to a wild card spot. But they do get to ruin Washington’s playoff dreams. If Washington wins: The team heads back to the playoffs, as long as the Packers-Lions game doesn’t end in a tie. Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions, 8:30 p.m. If the Packers win: They win the NFC North and are guaranteed a playoff bid. Green Bay also makes the postseason if Washington loses or ties on Sunday. If the Lions win: They win the NFC North and are guaranteed a playoff bid. Detroit also makes the postseason if Washington loses or ties on Sunday. Here are the playoff standings heading into the final Sunday of the regular season: Dont miss this exciting final week matches! Enjoy!

Sabado, Disyembre 31, 2016

Fiesta Bowl, Ohio State vs. Clemson Live Now New Year's Ever

2016 College Football Playoff continues Saturday night with ACC champion No. 2 Clemson as a slight underdog to No. 3 Ohio State, which enters as the first playoff team to neither win its division nor its conference in the regular season. While the Tigers have the opportunity to return to the CFP National Championship for the second straight season against No. 1 Alabama (which won the Peach Bowl earlier), the Buckeyes are looking to avenge a loss to Clemson in the 2014 Orange Bowl and play for the national title for the second time in three years. Ohio State and Clemson square off in the Fiesta Bowl. According to OddsShark, Ohio State is a 2.5 point favorite in the College Football Playoff semifinal matchup. The spread moved an entire point towards Clemson in the 24 hours leading up to the game. The over-under is set at 58.5 points. The OddsShark computer likes Ohio State to pull out the narrow victory. The computer projects a 36.6-35.6 Ohio State victory. The computer is taking Clemson against the spread and the over on the point total. Both teams have been average against the spread this season. Ohio State is 6-6 against Vegas while Clemson is just 6-7. Clemson has had its ups and downs throughout the season. The Tigers have started to play their best football after a slower start than expected. It has been a challenging season for Clemson whose season has constantly been compared to their 2015 campaign. With the amount of talent on the Clemson roster, there is reason to believe the Tigers have not played their best football yet. It remains to be seen whether they will be able to display that level of play during the College Football Playoff. Ohio State started fast but found themselves in close contests in their last two games. For the amount of playmakers on the Ohio State offense, the unit has sputtered in their last few games. Clemson has the talent on both the defensive line and in the secondary to be able to match Ohio State. Heavy likes Clemson to come alive in their biggest game of the season. Their narrow loss to Alabama in last season’s title game has been in the back of the Tigers minds since the season ended. Ohio State has the talent to win the game but seem to have played their best football at the beginning of the season. Look for Clemson to pull out a narrow victory and advance to the championship for a potential rematch with Alabama.