Life is full of coincidences so take matters into your own hands by being armed with the sports knowledge to join the conversation.
So you’re saying there’s a chance?
The Last Night’s Game Team
The biggest name in college basketball, Duke’s Zion Williamson blew it in front of a record rivalry game crowd that included former president Barack Obama. Williamson blew out his shoe and possibly his knee. Coincidentally, Nike’s stock dropped after the tragedy, although that may or may not have been related to the issues people were having with their self-lacing shoes. AND YOU THOUGHT GETTING YOUR HEEL STUCK IN A SUBWAY GRATE WAS BAD
A nine-year-old girl has decided to take matters into her own hands. After losing while playing a MLB-licensed (Major League Baseball) game at Chuck E. Cheese, the game taunted her when it said “there’s always softball.” She was upset because it made softball seem like a bad sport so she wrote the game manufacturer, MLB and Chuck E. Cheese. Her letter has already sparked change. MAKING THINGS HAPPEN
Two minor league baseball players are making people do a double take. They’re both named Brady Feigl, both are 6’4” pitchers, both have red hair and wear thick rimmed glasses. The only difference is they play for different teams. They decided to take a DNA test to see if they were long-lost twins but despite the anticipation, they’re not. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES?
A handful of NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) drivers including Chase Elliott will wear special DESI9N TO DRIVE shoes in this weekend’s race. The shoes were designed by children at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and they’ll be auctioned off post-race to benefit the organization’s summer camp. DRIVING FOR CHANGE
WHAT TO WATCH
The Academy Awards are this weekend and it's a perfect excuse to relax and watch Oscar winning movies. If you need some suggestions, here are five Academy Award-winning sports movies. AND THE OSCAR GOES TO...