(Author's Note: Doesn't it look like Eduardo Rodriguez' face is photoshopped in this picture? Or like Cora and Hanley just screwed it onto his body? Such a bizarre photo).
Boston and Toronto were destined to go to a game 7 and it was just as dramatic as you'd expect it to be between these two teams. Boston was able to score four goals in the third to beat the Maple Leafs 7-4 on home ice. The Bruins move on to the second round while the Leafs hit the golf course.
It's finally here, the 2018 NFL Draft. After 9 mock drafts over the past few months, I can safely say that I have no idea what is going to happen. Yep, I got nothing. All I can say with absolute confidence is that the number 1 pick will be a quarterback, but I cannot say for sure who. For now, I am going with Josh Allen, but it could easily be Sam Darnold. Despite the frustration I faced during this lead up to the draft, as I attempted to predict the picks, this has been one of the most fun draft seasons I have ever covered. So many top quarterbacks, so many intriguing prospects, so many teams that could trade up or could trade down, but haven't yet. So, here's my final mock of the year. If I get even 3 picks right, I will be happy. Happy Drafting everyone!
The NBA’s 'One-and-Done’ rule was never the NCAA’s decision. It was the NBA that implemented the rule in 2006 that ended up drastically changing the college basketball landscape and turned it into nothing more than a stepping stone on the way to the NBA rather than its own individual entity. Now, the NCAA is asking that the NBA put an end to the 'One-and-Done’ rule once and for all.
Wow. What a game. Marcus Smart came back, (I know that's the 9 millionth time in the past 5 hours you've heard that), Semi Ojeleye held Giannis to his worst game of the series, (yes, you read the right), Al played like the All-Star that he is, and the Bucks shooting came crashing back down to Earth. But you didn't come here for a 7 sentence recap so without further ado, let's get to it!
The Patriots' All-Pro Tight End, Rob Gronkowski, officially announced he would return to action for the Patriots in 2018.
Recently, the Red Sox silenced a lot of critics (Yankees fans) who complained that the Sox’ 8-1 start was a product of playing the Rays and Marlins to start the season. But then, they took two of three from the New York Yankees and swept a 13-3 LA Angels team, shutting down both Japanese phenom Shohei Ohtani and some guy named Mike Trout in the process. Alex Cora and his Fun Lovin’ Red Sox encountered their first real hiccup of the season this past weekend in Oakland, getting no-hit on Saturday night, and losing the finale on Sunday for their first “losing streak” of the season.
Believe. Go B's.
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Before I get into any talks of hockey, statistics, or the matchup I first want to extend my love to the city of Toronto; A beautiful city full of diversity, love and strength. As someone who was just an hour south of Boston when bombs went off at the marathon the sadness and fear that can cripple a city and its people is something the people of Boston and Massachusetts sadly know. While the playoffs and rivalry between the Bruins and Leafs can be bitter both on and off the ice just know tonight, the city of Boston, Bruins fans everywhere, and all of us here at Guy Boston Sports extend our sincere thoughts, prayers, and most importantly our love to you and your city through this tragic time.