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the Summer concert season is just around the corner. It is time to take a break and make plans to relax with all your favorite artists. Some of our favorites are Guns N Roses, Justin Bieber and Bruce Springsteen, all headed across the country this month. New tours like Adele, Paul McCartney and The Lumineers are also drawing a lot of attention. Classics such as Luke Bryan, Elton John and Dave Mathews are also around all summer long. Get started on that summer vacation by buying tickets today!

 

Meatloaf Collapses on Stage
Continuing the trend of celebrity musicians suffering from medical issues, Meatloaf collapsed mid-concert yesterday. The artist had previously canceled two shows citing health issues and fans have said it was obvious that he had been struggling to get through the concert prior to the collapse. He was quickly rushed to the hospital while the stadium was evacuated but thankfully doctors have reported that the singer was simply suffering from severe dehydration and is expected to make a full recovery. This isn’t Meatloaf’s first medical emergency with similar incidents occurring in 2011 and 2003. He also isn’t the only singer to recently collapse with Lil Wayne’s plane being forced to make an emergency landing after he suffered a seizure.
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Lil Wayne is singing days after a seizure
Just two days after the rapper’s plane was forced to make an emergency landing due to a seizure, Lil Wayne was back to performing. The rapper was seen at the E3 gaming convention performing to support the launch of his new app. However, this isn’t the first time he has suffered a seizure. Lil Wayne experienced a similar emergency medical landing in 2012. He also suffered more seizures five months after the initial emergency. Following his second seizure, Lil Wane decided to reveal his ongoing struggle with epilepsy. This is why there was so many were concerned when he took the stage at E3.
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Music industry honors deceased Wings Guitarist Henry McCullough
Yesterday, Henry McCullough passed away at the age of 72. A talented musician, he worked with several groups including Pink Floyd and Joe Cocker’s Grease Band but is primarily known for his time on Wings. He helped several songs for wings including playing an essential role in the creation of the song, “My Love”. He also played the James Bond theme for Live and Let Die and played guitar for the album of Jesus Christ Superstar. His voice can also be heard within Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon near the end of the song. He was a close friend of many musicians including Paul McCartney and he will be sorely missed.
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Kanye West to begin Saint Pablo Tour in August
Kanye West has announced a tour today fresh off the release of his latest single Champions. With forty different stops across North America, fans will have plenty of chances to see their favorite artist. Demand will also probably be driven up due to West’s recent releases and his constant spot within the news due to his infamous past actions. This is only exacerbated by his marriage to reality star Kim Kardashian, leaving the two trapped in every news cycle and giving them a spot in every issue of People magazine. Still this seems to only work to Kanye’s favor as he makes his way across the US.
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Led Zeppelin seeks to settle copyright case
Led Zeppelin is currently in a legal battle with the lawyers of now deceased sing Robert California over the possibility that Led Zeppelin stole the beginning of their famous hit Stairway To Heaven from the artist. Robert’s lawyers have accused Zeppelin of stealing the beginning of the song from a piece Robert wrote called Taurus. Interestingly, it has been reported that Robert’s lawyers would be willing to settle in exchange for a writing credit on Stairway to Heaven, although this has not been verified yet.
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Locals prepare for a Capitol Fourth
As we approach the annual Fourth of July, the people of DC have been preparing for the all-day concert that will be performing in front of the White House. The lineup has been announced with the headliners being Smokey Robinson, Kenny Loggins, and Gavin DeGraw. Other acts include famous country singer Cassadee Pope, renowned actress Sutton Foster, and more. Recent winner of reality show The Voice, Alisan Porter, will be performing the National Anthem. Admission to the concert is free but for those who don’t wish to brave the massive crowds, the show will also be broadcast on PBS, NPR, and the American Forces Network for our soldiers abroad.
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Axl Rose Makes Rare Interview Ahead of Tour
Axl Rose has been talking with interviewers and fans ahead of the final leg of his tour with AC/DC in September. Axl covered several subjects including the possibility of working more with both AC/DC as well as his former bandmates in Guns and Roses. He also discussed his current tour with AC/DC saying that he felt protective of Brian Johnson and did not want to let him down. He also discussed the possibility of him writing a memoir, saying that he liked the idea of it but was worried about the internal politics of the whole thing. He cited Slash’s memoir, saying that many of the events within it never happened. Either way, most everything Rose talked about depends on how well he performs on the upcoming dates with AC/DC.
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Twenty One Pilots extend tour through 2017
Twenty One Pilots, coming off the popularity of their brand new album Blurryface, have extended their tour dates to include stops in Europe and Australia and a return to the USA. They had sold out almost every show before the extension, including their finale at Madison Square Garden and the Van Andel Arena on June 4th. Their unique sound has had them topping alternative rock charts and even climbing up on the much more popular pop charts. Many fans also love the band for their down to earth personality, which includes their preference for setting up and transporting their own instruments when possible. With their growing popularity, it is easy to see them potentially selling out these new dates as well.
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Vans Warped Tour preparing to circle the USA
With headliners including Good Charlotte, Falling in Reverse, Sum 41, and more, Warped Tour promises to be the biggest rock festival of the year. The tour will begin a circuit starting in Texas before crawling up the East Coast through Florida and then making its way across the country to California. Some of the most popular venues include Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego (Aug. 5), New Orleans (June 27), Hard Rock Casino in Vegas (Aug. 9), AT&T Center in San Antonio (June 25), and more. Hopefully the entire country will get their chance to enjoy this rock gathering. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait a little while as the tour does not officially begin until June 22nd.
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Mary J. planning East Coast outing

Mary J. Blige is setting up a late summer tour, with dates just starting to trickle out now. And it looks like D?Angelo and Melanie Fiona are along for the ride on this roadtrip.

Dubbed the ?Liberation Tour,? the schedule starts August 18 at Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach, and includes stops at Jones Beach in New York, Boston, Jersey, Washington, DC, and Miami. More dates are expected to be announced in the coming days and weeks. Blige most recently appeared at the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans last weekend.

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JLo + Enrique + Wisin Y Yandel = Tourriffic!!

The Latin music world will get a huge exposure boost this summer when Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez and Wisin Y Yandel hit the touring circuit together.

The three acts embark on their dance music spectacular in July, starting off with 2 nights in Montreal July 14-15. They have several cities where they’ll stay for multi-night gigs, notably Toronto (7/17-18), Newark (7/20-21), Anaheim, Calif. (8/11-12) and Los Angeles (8/16-17). In between, they’ll stop in Boston, Washington, DC, Chicago, Las Vegas, Houston, and Atlanta, among others, before finishing up in Miami on August 31.

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse plan fall outing together

Neil Young will be courting the harvest moon with Crazy Horse on a fall tour this October and November - their first together since 2004. One dollar of every ticket sold will be donated to Young’s charitable endeavor, The Bridge School.

Dates kick off October 3 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, and crisscross the country before finishing off in the familiar Bridgeport, Conn., on Dec. 4. Key stops along the way include Cleveland, Oh., Chicago, a gig during the Austin City Limits Music Festival, Los Angeles, Seattle, Toronto, Boston, and Philadelphia. Los Lobos is the special guest for all the dates through Nov. 19 (except Oct. 13). The equally legendary Patti Smith joins the tour Nov. 23-Dec. 4.

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Dave Matthews Band is kicking a**, taking names

After taking time off of the touring circuit for most of 2011, the Dave Matthews Band is back in full swing this summer with a full roster of dates coast to coast. And they’ll be helping volunteers register voters along the way.

Known never to miss an opportunity for social activism, DMB will have a group of volunteers at every show registering people to vote. Dubbed “The Great American Roadtrip,” the effort is headed up (no pun intended) by HeadCount, and you can follow their adventures on the HeadCount blog, where they will be reporting on their activities from every show.

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Il Divo's stateside summer tour

Il Divo, the hunky classical/opera crossover quartet, have set their sights on North America this summer, scheduling 45 performances  that will take them throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico well into August 2012.

The band–Swiss tenor Urs Buhler, baritone Carlos Marin from Spain, the French pop artist Sebastien Izambard and tenor David Miller from the USA–is promoting their fifth studio album, Wicked Game, which has a cover version of the Chris Isaak original of the same name, as well as a version of “Crying” by the late, great Roy Orbison.

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Duran Duran to play Olympics, U.S., this summer

What did Simon Le Bon recently say would be “one of the highlights of the last decade” for Duran Duran? Why playing to kick off the 2012 Summer Olympics in London this summer, of course!

Duran Duran is among a roster of headlining acts secured to play in London’s Hyde Park on July 27, across town from the Olympic Stadium and the games’ opening ceremony where the concert will be broadcast live. Too cool, and quite the coup for the 80’s heartthrobs who have had some pretty amazing experiences in their 3 decades of life in the music scene.

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American Idols Live 2012 set for summer tour

The American Idol finalists from this season-Colton Dixon, DeAndre Brackensick, Elise Testone, Erika Van Pelt, Heejun Han, Hollie Cavanagh, Jessica Sanchez, Joshua Ledet, Phillip Phillips and Skylar Laine- are going to give their vocal cords an Olympic-sized work out this summer when they set out on the “American Idols Live” tour starting July 6 in Detroit.

The 45-date itinerary has this cadre of talent making its way to many cities coast-t0-coast. Other stops include St. Louis (7/11), Seattle (7/18), Los Angeles (7/23), Dallas (7/29), Orlando (8/2), Washington, DC (8/8), Pittsburgh (8/14), Newark (8/28), Atlantic City (9/7) and finishing up in Milwaukee (9/11), just to name a few.

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'GIGANT3S' tour embarks with Anthony, Solis and Chayanne

Marc Anthony, Marco Antonio Solis and Chayanne– three giants in the world of Latin music– are joining forces for a 14-date tour, appropriately named “GIGANT3S,” during the months of August and September.

The outing kicks off in Miami, Fl., at the American Airlines Arena on August 3, and continues up the coast to New Jersey and Connecticut, swings west to Illinois and far west to California, and ends with several dates in various Texas cities before crossing the finish line in Las Vegas on September 14.

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Maxwell schedules 3 x 2 shows to play 2 x 2 albums

It looks like Maxwell took off in 2011 to rest up for 2012. He has just announced a six-date tour comprised of 2-night stays in three cities: Los Angeles (June 20-21), Atlanta (July 27-28), and Newark, NJ (Aug. 3-4). The cherry on top - he’ll perform his four studio albums in their entirety.

The first night, Maxwell and his band will perform the 1996 Maxwell’s Urban Hang Suite and the 1998 Embrya. On night two, fans will be treated to Now from 2001 and BLACKSsummers’night from 2009.

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Beach Boys are all in for new album and tour

The Beach Boys have upped the ante on their 50th anniversary reunion this year. In addition to launching their massive U.S. tour, the original surf bums have been back in the studio recording their first new album in over 15 years.

All the original surviving members of the band, including the once resistant Brian Wilson, are on board for the tour and the record, which is as yet untitled but scheduled for release June 5. The first single is, “That’s Why God Made The Radio.”

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Zac Brown's festive-full summer

Gentlemen may prefer blondes, but the Zac Brown Band prefers festivals! Their summer schedule is full of festival and fair dates, where they’ll be combining their two favorite things: music and barbecue.

ZBB will start their road trip with a handful of dates before the fests, including Greenville, SC (5/10), Atlanta, GA (5/12), Columbia, MD (5/31) and Bangor, ME (6/2). They have only one festival date in May, but it’s a biggie: the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on May 4.

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M3 Rock Festival 2012 ready to roll next month

For two days in May, you get to indulge your glam and metal fantasies at the M3 Rock Festival taking place at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md., on May 11-12.

The M3 Kix-Off Party on Friday night pairs Kix with Night Ranger as the headliners, but they are joined by special guests Enuff Z’Nuff, In The Pink and Let There Be Rock. Saturday’s festivities include a whole roster of bands on two non-overlapping stages for maximum viewing enjoyment. Dokken, Lynch Mob, Stryper, Quiet Riot, Warrant and Skid Row are just a few of the names who’ll be there. Ratt and Queensryche share the spotlight as co-headliners for Day 2.

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Petty's stolen guitars recovered

Police in Southern California have announced the recovery of Tom Petty’s guitars, stolen last week apparently by a security guard who has been arrested.

Petty’s heart was broken when five guitars were stolen from a soundstage at The Culver Studios in California. The thief has been apprehended and identified as Daryl Emmette Washington, a private security guard at the studio lot where Petty and his band were rehearsing for an upcoming tour. Washington pawned one of the guitars in Hollywood for $250, which tipped off police.

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Aerosmith 'warming' up for summer tour

Dude! They’re getting the band back together! “They” being Aerosmith, who has announced plans for an outing this summer dubbed the “Global Warming” tour, starting mid-June. And they are bringing Cheap Trick along for the ride.

"The old Aerosmith is back with a new vengeance and we will kick your ass and make out with your mothers," frontman Steven Tyler said.

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Jimmy Buffett at the Final Four? Yes!

The NCAA Men’s Final Four, taking place next weekend in New Orleans, is pulling all the stops to treat basketball fans to come great music as well.

The annual championship weekend will include a free “Big Dance Concert Series” in Woldenberg Park, which features KISS on March 30, The Black Keys on March 31, and Jimmy Buffett on April 1. The concert series has become a part of the annual festivities, and also includes a Block Party, a Viewing Party and a JamFest. Past performers included Kings of Leon, Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift.

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Springsteen's SXSW keynote speech fuses music, history, and humor

Although the bands are all gone and the venue lights are out, the buzz about Bruce Springsteen’s keynote speech at this year’s South By Southwest (SXSW) conference is still humming.

‘The Boss’ reaffirmed every bit of that moniker with an address that many audience members exclaimed was the greatest keynote they’d ever seen. He was at once philosophical, humorous, humble, awestruck (especially when he talked about his encounter with James Brown), and downright professorial, as he spoke about the history and his love of music, drawing direct comparisons and parallels with his own musical career and the influences on it.

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Sarah's summer symphony serenade

Yes, that’s a lot of SSSS’s, but it’s a smashing tour from Sarah McLachlan this summer! The Canadian chanteuse is heading out with the backing of The National Philharmonic.

Sarah did a similar tour last summer and had such success that she’s returning this summer to recreate the symphonic magic. The stops include mostly amphitheatres, so you’ll be enjoying the music under the stars and out in the fresh air. They include Toronto; Toledo, OH; Nashville; Atlanta; Columbia, MD; Boston; and Atlantic City, NJ, just to name a few.

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Stewart & Nicks touring anew this summer

Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks had such a good time on last year’s “Heart & Soul” tour, they’ve decided to give it another go this summer.

Right now, there are only 4 dates slotted, starting July 20 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, but more shows can’t be far behind. Last year, the two stars played for over three hours to elated fans, and sets included favorites from Nicks’ and Stewart’s individual catalogs of music,  in addition to some duets sprinkled in the mix.

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Adele's rolling in the Grammys

Last night’s Grammy Awards show was epic for Adele, who not only walked away with the most awards, but also performed live for the first time since her vocal cord surgery.

There was A LOT of love in the room for Adele, who had to make her way onstage six times to claim the night’s biggest prizes: Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year and Best Short Form Music video (all for “Rolling in the Deep”), Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album (both for 21), and Best Pop Solo Performance (for “Someone Like You”). From the beginning, the odds were almost all solidly in her favor to win, despite the stiff competition from her fellow nominees, many of them repeat offenders for the top awards, such Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Mumford and Sons, and Lady Gaga.

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Comedy Tickets

As the weather gets warm, comedians are also warming up for shows around the country. Comics like Lewis Black and Bill Maher command the stage and have audiences bursting with laughter. Jay Leno and Adam Sandler have taken a leave from television and film to go out in front of live audiences as well. Lastly, Michael Carbonaro and Jeff Foxworthy are certainly "worthy" of your attention. Come laugh with us with tickets from GreatSeats.com.

Martin Shkreli and Wu-Tang Clan Inspire Comedy Musical
Recently, Wu-Tang Clan accidently inspired several news stories when hated pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli paid millions to obtain their one-of-a kind album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. Martin Shkreli had become infamous for purchasing and then massively raising the prices of AIDS and cancer related medicines. Now, Lauren Gundrum and Joel Esher are turning the debacle into a comedy musical. The whole idea is based off the fake rumor that a legal clause allowed Wu-Tang Clan to legally steal back the album as long as they enlisted the help of famous actor Bill Murray. The rumor captured the attention of the internet and apparently also this duo of comedians as they now seek funding before appearing at the Midtown International Festival. For those interested in funding the venture, their website can be found here at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/martin-shkreli-s-game-at-midtown-int-festival#/.
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Jerry Seinfeld balances TV and Stand-Up
Jerry Seinfeld continues touring across East Coast as his popular Comedian in Cars Getting Coffee show begins its 8th season. Jerry Seinfeld continues to perform periodically his live stand up comedy, with new summer dates available. Meanwhile, his TV show begins its 8th season. Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee stars Seinfeld and a new special guest every episode as they travel for lunch and discuss past stories and current events. Some of these special guests have included Jim Gaffigan, Chris Rock, Tina Fey, and even President Obama himself. Catch Seinfeld on the road as he continues to do live shows at The Beacon Theatre in New York (June 8, July 7) and Borgata Event Center (Aug. 12 and 13) in New Jersey.
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Maher now owns a small piece of the Mets

Comedian Bill Maher has been a lifelong baseball fan, and a NY Mets fan in particular. So when the struggling baseball franchise announced the opportunity to purchase shares in the team to help offset serious debt, Maher jumped at the chance.

Although his is only a minority stake, Maher thinks it?s a good investment and is banking on the fact they are turning out to be a good team this year. Maher said he decided to invest in the team after reading last year Mets? COO Jeff Wilpon and dad Fred — in financial trouble because of their relationship with Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff — were putting 12 minority-ownership shares up for sale at $20 million each. The fact that the move has horrified some right-wing commentators is simply icing on the cake for Maher.

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Sports Tickets

Its playoff time for NHL Hockey. Perennial favorites like Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals top the Eastern Conference with the Western Conference led by The Dallas Stars and St Louis Blues. For the NBA playoffs, the Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers lead the pack, although the San Antonio Spurs may disagree. Major League Baseball is now in full swing with surprising front runners such as the Baltimore Orioles alongside the Washington Nationals and New York Yankees.

 

Lionel Messi quits Argentina soccer
Lionel Messi has quit the Argentinian National soccer team. The announcement was made in the heat of the moment. The team had just lost 4-2 against Chile. It was the fourth time in a row that Argentina had lost in the South American championship. Messi has complained several times about the management in the past. This includes online complaints made a couple weeks ago. Messi is one of the most skilled and celebrated players to ever compete. He has been compared to Michael Jordan and Muhammad Ali by ESPN. It is presumed that he will continue playing with club team Barcelona if he follows through on his word.
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Curry Falls Apart as Cavs Crush Warriors
The Cavaliers are on track to make one amazing comeback as they once again defeat the Warriors in Game 6. While Lebron and the rest of the team kicked some serious butt, the spotlight is firmly on failing MVP Stephen Curry as the Warriors offense has continued to fall apart time and time again. The Warriors were so off-kilter and unprepared that they scored an embarrassing eleven points in the entire first quarter. The team only became angrier and more upset as time passed with their anger culminating with Curry fouling out with over four minutes left in the fourth quarter and then promptly nailing a random fan with his gross mouthguard. He was promptly ejected for the action and the team ended up losing 101-115. Now all eyes are on the Warriors as they try to regain their composure before charging into Game 7.
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Nationals sweep Cubs but does it count?
The Nationals are feeling pretty strong after sweeping MLB powerhouse the Cubs in a series that feels very similar to the one they got sweeped in last May. However, the absence of the Cubs two best pitchers has some fans wondering whether their success really means anything. Pitchers Jake Arrieta and Jon Lester, whom have been credited with some of the greatest saves of the season, both failed to take the mound at any point during the series. National players feel that their absence doesn’t change anything. But many fans are still worried that next time the Cubs come around the results will be very different from this time.
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Yankees struggle to find groove after years of success
Sports fans around the country are rejoicing that the long time powerhouse New York Yankees finally seem to have fallen. On the precipice of falling beneath Tampa Bay and into last place, the team is struggling to regain its mojo from past years. Many think that the managers and coaches will simply consider this season a wash and are already focused on preparing for next season. This includes trading several Yankees such as Nathan Eovaldi or Carlos Beltran who despite being rather talented are still on the table due to the amount of money they could gain from ridding themselves of these potential stars. Whatever they do, it is unlikely the Yankees will be able to recover this year.
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Cavaliers Regain Momentum in Game 5
Last night Lebron James and Kyrie Irving decided enough was enough as the Cavaliers came back and defeated the Warriors in Game 5. The Warriors who were already weakened by the suspension of Draymond Green due to his scuffle with Lebron James, were dominated by Kyrie and Lebron throughout the game. Curry was also off his game, making only eight of twenty-one shots throughout the game. Their defense was also rather shoddy as the Cavaliers repeatedly blew through them. It will be up to the Warriors to try and stop the Cavaliers in Cleveland lest they let them gain momentum and go to Game 7.
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Sidney Crosby leads Penguins to another Stanley Cup
Sidney Crosby likely assured himself a spot in the NHL Hall of Fame as Pittsburgh defeated San Jose for the Cup. It was a fantastic effort by the Penguins that showed a level of skill and cooperation within the team that is rarely seen in sports. If not for a couple of key players on the Sharks, it likely would have been utter annihilation. So what sets Crosby apart and leaves him as the star of the whole series and winner of the MVP award? Leadership. Both on and off the ice it was clear players were looking to Crosby for orders and directions. Of particular note is the way Crosby made sure to hand off the Cup to the injured who were unable to play first upon winning the series. It shows just how much Crosby cares about his team and it was clear from their reactions how much they looked up to him. Everyone played a fantastic game but it was obvious that the Penguin’s superstar was the one to credit.
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Golden State takes 3-1 lead by raining threes
Yesterday was a tough one for the Cavaliers as they went down 3-1 in the series against the Warriors for this year’s title. With a final of 108 to 97, this wasn’t a destruction like previous games but it stills shows a clear advantage in the favor of the Warriors in this playoff series. Of particular note is the number of three pointers Golden State scored, actually outpacing the number of two point shots scored which could possibly be a first in NBA Finals history. For the Warriors this indicates that Stephen Curry and the rest of the team have resumed their role as long range menaces, but for the Cavaliers it indicates that Coach Tyronn Lue failed to adapt to the Warriors play style. Doing so is a necessity if the Cavaliers wish to avoid elimination in the future.
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Fans speculate on Durant’s new team
While many NBA fans are focused on the finals as they move onto Game 4, there has also been quite a lot of speculation as to where Kevin Durant will end up next year. A large variety of teams have been chasing the all-star forward since the beginning of the year as he went into his final year with the Thunder. Some of the biggest possibilities for Durant include going to the San Antonio Spurs or Golden State Warriors although many other players have also been chasing him such as the Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards. However, the most likely scenario remains that Durant will simply resign with the Thunder. Either way, fans will be watching carefully in the coming days.
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Cavs Come Back to Crush at Home
Two games into the finals and things looked grim for the Cavaliers. The Warriors were winning by ridiculous margins and the Cavaliers were making dumb mistakes. But once they got home for game three, something changed. Many would credit it to Lebron for playing a team game instead of trying to Superman the game. Others would say that it is due to a terrible game by Stephen Curry. Either way, the Cavaliers found themselves leaving the stadium with a thirty point lead and with their confidence restored. Meanwhile, the Warriors have had a healthy dose of fear injected as they go into game 4.
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Orioles Fight Back at Home
Yesterday, Kansas City pitcher Yordano Ventura saw Manny Machado at bat and decided to renew the conflict that began brewing last September when he hit Manny with a pitch, and it was one heck of a mistake. Upon nailing Machado in the back with a 99 mph pitch, Machado charged the mound while Trumbo lead the rest of the team over the dugout and into the fight. It will suffice to say that things did not go well for Ventura. Both players have a history of fighting and will definitely be facing suspensions along with some serious fines. This is far worse for the Orioles, as Machado is one of their most valuable players and they are neck and neck with the Boston Red Sox for the lead spot in their division.
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Penguins Lead 2016 Stanley Cup Finals
Evgeni Malkin is the latest in a series of players that has lead the Penguins towards their fourth Stanley Cup. With last night’s win, the Penguins find themselves leading the San Jose Sharks 3-1 in the fight for the Stanley Cup. Despite a rough beginning to the season, the Penguins began to put things together with the help of a mid-year coaching change. They powered through the playoffs despite constant doubt and criticism surrounding them. Now on the verge of taking the title, Malkin is just the latest to step up with center Nick Bonino and right wing Phil Kessel providing the edge in games 1 and 2 respectively.
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NHL first round playoffs eliminate some heavy hitters

With the first round of the NHL playoffs just about done, sports fans are shaking their heads at some of the surprises that have surfaced, reinforcing why we love this game.

The Philadelphia Flyers eliminated Pennsylvania’s long-time favorite hockey sons, the Pittsburgh Penguins, 4 games to 2. The San Jose Sharks started the year off strong, but have crashed and burned 4 - 1 against the up-and-coming powerhouse that is the St. Louis Blues. And the Predators in Nashville, not exactly your iconic hockey town, have exceeded all expectations and statistical analyses with a 4-1 smashing against the burly Detroit Red Wings.

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Hamilton fighting through tough time

Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton is battling more sobriety issues after he was seen having numerous drinks at a bar and restaurant.

Hamilton actually called one of his teammates to come hang out with him, though he didn’t drink while second baseman Ian Kinsler was in his presence.

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Duke pulls away from Maryland, 75-58

The Duke Blue Devils overcame a very sloppy first half to eventually pull away for a 75-58 victory over the Maryland Terrapins.

Duke trailed for a significant portion of the first half and it appeared as though they might be suffering from a hangover following their big win over North Carolina.

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Maryland holds off Clemson, 64-62

The Maryland Terrapins built a big second half lead and then nearly threw it all away in a 64-62 victory over the Clemson Tigers.

For Maryland, it was their first road win of the season, which is hard to believe considering we are well into the thick of the conference schedule.

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Giants win Super Bowl, 21-17

The New York Giants won the Super Bowl over the New England Patriots, 21-17, thanks to a late fourth-quarter rally engineered by quarterback Eli Manning.

Manning engineered a drive from inside his 15-yard line with the game on the line, including a 38-yard strike to wideout Mario Manningham.

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Raiders may deal McFadden

The Oakland Raiders are exploring possible trades with running back Darren McFadden this offseason.

The Raiders have to decide what they are going to do with McFadden and fellow running back Michael Bush for next season and beyond.

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Marshall starts QB controversy

Leave it to Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall to start a quarterback controversy just weeks into the offseason.

Marshall caught four touchdown passes in a dominant Pro Bowl performance and wasn’t afraid to give the credit to his quarterbacks.

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Fielder's deal a huge risk

The Detroit Tigers came out of virtually nowhere to sign first baseman Prince Fielder to a nine-year contract worth $214 million.

While Fielder will be a menace in Detroit’s lineup for years to come, it’s certainly a huge risk to lock him up for such a long, lucrative deal.

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