He’s Grrrreat!

It’s the comeback everyone is talking about. And no, we don’t mean the fact that it’s Monday again.


It’s so much better than that,

The Last Night’s Game Team

PGA (Professional Golfers Association)

Until recently, no one would’ve ever thought of Tiger Woods as an underdog. But after some distractions in his personal life and back problems that left him unable to walk, he was not even close to being the favorite to win at the Masters. Then he went and proved them all wrong. Tiger showed why he still deserves to be at the top by winning the Masters yesterday. This was his fifth Masters win and first since 2005. TIGER FOR THE WIN



The Colorado Rockies and San Francisco Giants (MLB – Major League Baseball) played an 18-inning game on Friday night, the equivalent of two games in one. The Giants promised Friday night fireworks so when the game was over (the Giants won), they proceeded with their fireworks show. The only problem is that it was after 1 am. Needless to say, their neighbors were fired up. DARE YOU TO CALL THE COPS


Sideline stat

Overshadowed by the star power and success of his own team, the Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry, 31, set the record for three-pointers made in the NBA (National Basketball Association) postseason. (The playoffs started on Saturday and the Warriors are again the favorite to win it all). NBD JUST SETTING RECORDS OVER HERE


Coaches’ corner

With his win, Tiger became the second oldest golfer to win the Masters. Nike celebrated by dropping an incredible commercial directly after his win. Not celebrating? The sports books. Because he was such an underdog, online betting company FanDuel said his win cost them over $2 million.  An executive with William Hill (another online sports betting company) summed it up perfectly by saying, “It’s great to see Tiger back. It’s a painful day for William Hill – our biggest golf loss ever – but a great day for golf.” WIN SOME, LOSE A LOT


What to watch

The Boston Marathon is today. Keep an eye on seven-time NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) champion Jimmie Johnson who will be pounding the pavement in today’s race. IF YOU’RE NOT FIRST, YOU’RE LAST