Friday, January 22, 2016

NBA All-Star Weekend and NFL Play-Offs


     The weekend is good for sports lovers. Starting with the NBA we have a total of 22 regular season games scheduled to be played this weekend, as well as earlier this week the All-Star weekend starters were announced Thursday night. Kobe Bryant led the voting seeing as it's his last All-Star Weekend. Behind Kobe Bryant, Stephen Curry came behind with the second most number of votes. Also the uniforms for the All-Star weekend were revealed. The All-Star Weekend starts February 14th and will be played in Toronto, Canada.

The uniforms for the 2016 All-Star Weekend. Revealed on Thursday.


     The NFL is one week closer to the Superbowl 50. With the defending Denver Broncos taking on the New England Patriots, both teams with a 12-4 record. Instead of a deciding game for the Superbowl its more of a game to decide which of the two played the best in the 2015 season. Also a re-match between the two teams when the Broncos broke the Patriots undefeated streak on November 29th. Both of these teams started the season undefeated and with neck-and-neck stats this season, it should be a close match-up between these two powerhouses. 
     On the other side we have the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals, while its more of a predictable game with predictions in favor of the Carolina Panthers it makes sense. The Panthers started this season booming staying undefeated winning 14 games straight losing one then won on the last game of the regular season, the Panthers really surprised the NFL with their strong season after finishing 2014 with 7 wins, a tie, and 8 losses. Their opponents the Arizona Cardinals finished the season strong with a 13-3 season looking to contend in the Superbowl after their defeat in 2008 for Superbowl XLIII against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

What do you think of the NBA All-Star uniforms? 

Which of the the four teams remaining do you see going to Superbowl 50?

*Answer below in the comments*



  1. I think that the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos will be going to the Super Bowl.

  2. I'm so glad the Broncos beat the Patriots. This was a very informative post, nice!