Is This the Greatest Week In the History of Sports?

Posted: June 9, 2011 by Keith Stone in history, sports

In the next seven days, there will be at least four championship level games in two different sports, with the possibility of six games including four deciding games on four consecutive days. One series features the greatest basketball player in the world looking to overcome his fear and reach the pinnacle for the first time in his career. In the other, the best hockey team all season is up against a goalie that looks unstoppable and a squad with a major chip on its shoulder. Did I mention that neither team has won the Stanley Cup since 1972? Both series are tied at 2 and honestly I don’t have the faintest idea who’s going to win either one. Also, the Belmont Stakes are on Saturday. Not to mention, Yanks and Sox tonight for first place in the East followed by the Bombers taking on the other two first place teams in the AL. The only drawback is that the Mets are still playing. The Olympics can eat its heart out.

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