Our top three college basketball analysts (Greg DePalma, Jamal Murphy and Scott Zolotorow) gave their bracket picks including top sleepers and bracket busters on Monday for the NCAA Basketball Tournament. Here is a regional breakdown of those picks.
With a month left before the NHL playoffs, Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine profile hot teams seeking to build momentum – and their standing – before the postseason begins. Topping the chart is the Tampa Bay Lightning, where Steven Stamkos is skating again and could provide a dangerous first-round foe for the Capitals or Penguins. The Ottawa Senators and St. Louis Blues also get a look.
Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com look back at the first night of the First Four, and preview Wednesday night’s NCAA Tournament doubleheader. USC gets another shot at Providence after getting upset in last year’s opening round, and UC Davis makes its debut against N.C. Central.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand welcome Mark Woodforde, now a coach after a Hall of Fame doubles career, to discuss the ongoing BNP Paribas Open and other topics. On the Indian Wells hardcourts, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Venus Williams are battling the game’s next generation of talent in Grigor Dimitrov, Jack Sock and Madison Keys.
Greg DePalma previews Tuesday night’s “First Four” doubleheader in the NCAA Tournament, as New Orleans takes on Mount St. Mary’s and Kansas State squares off against Wake Forest. PSN motorsports analyst CJ Radune also makes a pit stop to discuss the Kyle Busch–Joey Logano dustup in Las Vegas and review the NASCAR season’s first three races.
This is where we add up the weekly picks, totals and futures for the 2017 season in the Monster Energy Cup Series for analyst, Greg DePalma.
This is where we add up the weekly picks, totals and futures for the 2017 season in the Monster Energy Cup Series for analyst, CJ Radune.
Greg DePalma is joined by CollegeHoopsDaily.com writers Jamal Murphy and Scott Zolotorow to break down the brackets as the 68-team NCAA Tournament field is set, with an eye on top sleepers and Cinderellas. Defending champion Villanova is the overall top seed, with other No.1 seeds going to Kansas, North Carolina and Gonzaga.
Our final report features a bid stealer in Rhode Island as they capture the Atlantic 10 Championship and the automatic bid that results in a last day drop from the field for one unlucky program.
CJ Radune will attempt to make it 3 for 3 to start the season in this week’s Kobalt 400 from Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Both analysts will use the same two drivers from their list including 25-1 shot Ryan Blaney who was second in the Daytona 500 and will start third in the race today.