It’s another weekend full of great sporting events! In the NBA, we’re seeing teams gearing up for the playoffs that are just around the corner.
In baseball, we’re getting into the swing of things, and we’re already starting to separate the contenders from the pretenders. The NFL Draft takes place in Cleveland this weekend, so there is always a lot of intrigue that surrounds the draft.
We can’t forget that NASCAR’s significant events will be in the midwest this weekend, as the NASCAR circuit makes its way to Kansas. Let’s take a look at some of this weekend’s top sporting events.
It’s going to be another busy weekend in the sports world. With the Major League Baseball season in full swing, the NBA regular season heading down the stretch run, a weekend full of NASCAR events, a huge fight in the UFC, and another top PGA Tour event, sports fans will have a plethora of action to follow. Let’s preview some of the upcoming weekend’s top events in the sporting world.
The weekend is finally here! Even though we don’t have a major event like the Masters this weekend, we still have a couple of days filled with some great sports action. We’ll see two divisional rivals face off in Major League Baseball action. In the NBA, we have a potential playoff matchup taking place on Sunday. The NASCAR Circuit will spend another weekend in Virginia, while the PGA Tour heads north to Hilton Head, South Carolina. Let’s take a look at some of the action taking place this weekend.
Now that the men’s and women’s NCAA Basketball tournaments are over, the sports weekends seem a little empty. Over the past three weeks our weekends have been spent glued to the TV watching for the next Cinderella story to advance, or for the next buzzer beater. However, as the college basketball season ends, anticipation for the next big sporting event begins. The weekend following the NCAA men’s basketball championship game always brings us “A Tradition Unlike Any Other”. That’s right, it’s Masters Weekend. We’ll be ready to listen to another weekend full of Jim Nantz. With the Masters, Major League Baseball, NBA action, and some NASCAR events, there’ll be plenty of action to fill the void of college basketball.