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The 2014 – 2015 NFL Football season is in full swing, the pretenders have faded into the pack, while the contenders have risen to the top. The New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos have once again won their division, but these teams want more. Peyton Manning along with Tom Brady have tasted the sweet nectar of Super Bowl success and have hung championship banners in the stadiums they call home. Statistically speaking, Andrew Luck has been exceptional over his first three years in the league, throwing for more yards in his first three NFL campaigns than any other quarterback in their first three NFL seasons. Unfortunately for Andrew Luck, what happens during the NFL season is not a representation of what will take place during the NFL playoffs and the New England Patriots as well as the Baltimore Ravens have proven this to Luck over the past two seasons.

Over in the AFC North, the competition is Heating up. The Cincinnati Bengalssit atop the division, but the Baltimore Ravens as well as the Pittsburgh Steelers are in hot pursuit and could take down the Bengals by the end of the season. If Andy Dalton is going to help this team clinch this division and win in the playoffs, his skilled position players are going to have to step up. A.J. Green as well as Giovani Bernard need to be playmakers if this offense is going to thrive. Subpar performances by any of the three Cincinnati Bengals stars could leave the door open for Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens defense hasn’t looked the same since Ray Lewis retired, but they still give opposing offenses problems . It’s going to be a fast and furious finish in the AFC North and once you throw Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers into the mix, fans can expect a straight up slobber knocker to see who will come out on top of the AFC North.

There has been a shakeup in the NFC West, in a division that was once ruled by the NFL Champion Seattle Seahawks and the always feisty Colin Kaepernick led San Francisco 49ers, the Arizona Cardinals have shocked the world and now lead the division. If the Cardinals are going to finish out the season on top of the NFC West, they are going to have to fend off Russell Wilson, Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch, Richard Sherman and the rest of the Seattle Seahawks who have looked dominant in their last few games. In the famous words of “Beast Mode”, the Seahawks are about that action boss and just might be the first team to repeat as NFL SuperBowl champions since John Elway, Terrell Davis & Rod Smith patrolled the field at mile high stadium.

The remainder of the 2014 – 2015 NFL football season is sure to be filled with many magical moments, fans that want to remember the Odell Beckham Jr. catch, Demarco Murray’s great rushing season or J.J. Watt’s many touchdowns can visit Fanaticsauthenctic.com to purchase sports memorabilia and collectibles that is 100% authentic.

The 2014 MLB World Series has concluded and the San Francisco Giants have taken the Commissioners trophy back to the Bay area. Kansas City fans were disappointed, but the Kansas City Royals put up a valiant effort. In the end, the experience of the San Francisco Giants veteran pitcher Madison Bumgarner outlasted the exuberance and youth of Eric Hosmer, Omar Infante, Alex Gordon & the rest of the Kansas City Royals team that looked destined for great things in their first post season appearance in almost three decades.

As attention shifts to the 2015 MLB Regular season, teams are trying to do big things in free agency in order to contend for a title next year. The teams that have made the biggest splash thus far in free agency have been the Miami Marlins, Chicago Cubs & Boston Red Sox. 13 years, 325 Million, Giancarlo Stanton is a happy man. The Miami Marlins have finally changed their ways and have started to look to the future by securing Stanton and trying to surround him with enough talent that will help the team contend for years to come. A little further North and a few degrees colder, the Boston Red Sox have signed Pablo Sandoval & Hanley Ramirez in an effort to regain some of their championship bravado from their 2013 World Series Championship run. Theo Epstein has surely been keeping an eye on his former mates the Boston Red Sox, by securing lefty ace Jon Lester and bringing in Joe Maddon to steer the team, the odds of the Chicago Cubs winning the 2015 World Series have greatly improved.

Many teams are still trying to land their first big name free agent and with names like Max Scherzer and James Shields still on the market there is hope for a few contending teams to grab that difference maker that will elevate their team to the next level. The San Francisco Giants are hoping to repeat in 2015, but it won’t be easy with a target now squarely on their backs as the World Series Champions. The Boys of Summer are going to be fun to watch and fans looking to commemorate these great moments can go to Fanaticsauthentic.com to purchase sports memorabilia and collectibles from some of the greatest moments in the past, present and future of the MLB.

When will the comparisons start, the Golden State Warriors are off to one of the hottest starts in NBA history and they are led by Steve Kerr. The same Steve Kerr that hit the game winning shot in the 1996 NBA Finals to complete the Chicago Bulls second three-peat in eight years. At 19 – 3, the Golden State Warriors look unstoppable, but this team is not led by Michael Jordan, the greatest player in NBA history or Scottie Pippen, one of the NBA’s 50 Greatest players. The Golden State Warriors are led by a set of players from the new school. Stephen Curry & Klay Thompson are the best backcourt in the NBA, BOTTOM LINE, and when it’s all said and done, they could be the best backcourt in NBA history. After years of building through the draft and free agency, the Golden State Warriors have surrounded their young studs with experienced journeymen such as David Lee, Andre Iguodala & Andrew Bogut. Unless the Dubs have a monumental collapse they should finish as one of the top four seeds in the West.

Yes, the regular season has been kind to the Warriors, but the NBA Playoffs are where legacies are cemented and let’s not forget who the champions are, the San Antonio Spurs. The seldom talked about Spurs never garner much media attention until they start showing teams what NBA Championship basketball is all about when the NBA Playoffs roll around. Greg Popovich understands that the NBA regular season is a marathon and not a sprint, so while the San Antonio Spurs hover around the 6th seed in the NBA’s Western Confernce, you can be sure that the Big Three of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili & Tony Parker will be well rested once the 2015 NBA Playoffs roll around. The Spurs would not have won their fifth NBA Championship if Kawhi Leonard, the 2014 NBA Finals M.V.P. did not show up in a big way and you can be sure that Pop will have him ready to go once the 2015 NBA Playoffs roll around.

Over on the east coast, the Cleveland Cavaliers were the toast of the town before the NBA Regular Season started, but they are currently hovering around 5th place in a pathetic Eastern Conference. When Lebron James decided to take his talents back to Cleveland Ohio, he definitely didn’t envision Kevin Love struggling to fit into the offense, nor could he image heated locker room confrontations between himself and NBA All Star Guard Kyrie Irving. However, that's exactly what has happened and all of it has left Cleveland mired in mediocrity thus far in the 2014 – 2015 NBA Regular Season.

Teams taking advantage of the struggling NBA Eastern Conference include just about every team in the NBA’s Western Conference, but more importantly, the Toronto Raptors and the Washington Wizards have elevated their play to catapult themselves to the first and second position in the East, respectively.

The end of the NHL season is a time where players and coaches alike can sit back and reflect on the achievements accomplished during the regular season and playoffs. Only one team will raise Lord Stanley’s trophy, but that should not diminish the great accomplishments that many players work for over the course of the season, and the post season awards look to honor the biggest and brightest stars of the season. The 2014 NHL season was amazing and it came to an end with a tremendous win by the Los Angeles Kings who were crowned champions for the second time in three years. Both new and familiar faces took home hockey’s greatest honors at the 2014 NHL Awards in Las Vegas this June.

In his first year as an NHL head coach, former goaltending great Patrick Roy was just as talented behind the bench as he was on the ice. Roy took over the reigns of his former team by leading the Colorado Avalanche from last place in the Western Conference to a number one seed in the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the span of a year. The Avs coach deservedly took home the Jack Adams Award as the NHL’s best coach over Detroit’s Mike Babcok and Tampa Bay’s Jon Cooper.

Another new face to the Colorado Avalanche took home an NHL award as well, with Nathan MacKinnon winning the Calder Trophy for the league’s top rookie. In 2014, MacKinnon became the youngest player to ever win the award after the 18 year old tallied 63 points in his debut season with Colorado. Alongside the NHL’s youngest captain Gabriel Landeskog, the rookie from Nova Scotia led the Avalanche to a number one playoff seed and made his name as one of hockey’s biggest stars.

Behind the pipes, there was no better player in the 2013-14 season than Tuukka Rask. The Boston Bruins goaltender filled in more than adequately after the departure of the franchises former superstar Tim Thomas. Rask led the NHL in shut outs and was a key reason why the Bruins took home this year’s President’s Cup as the team with the best regular season record. With a .930 save percentage in net, the First-Team All-Star edged out Tampa’s Ben Bishop and Colorado’s Semyon Varlamov for the Vezina Trophy victory.

The Chicago Blackhawks notoriously stingy defense can be credited to the stellar play of Duncan Keith. The Hawks defenseman capped off an incredible 2013-14 NHL season by recording over 60 points for the second time in his career. Keith ranked sixth in the league in assists and was a major factor in Chicago’s appearance in the Western Conference Finals against Los Angeles. Duncan Keith was the recipient of the 2014 Norris Trophy as the league’s best defenseman, the second time the Blackhawk has taken home this honor.

For the fourth time in his illustrious career, Washington’s Alex Ovechkin was awarded the Rocket Richard Trophy. Each year the Rocket Richard Trophy is given out to the player with the most goals scored in the regular season, which has been Ovechkin more often than not in the recent years. The perennial all-star’s 51 lamp lighters in 2014 led all NHL players and only contributed to the player’s outstanding legacy on the ice. Ovechkin topped off Anaheim’s Corey Perry and San Jose’s Joe Pavelski to take home this year’s goal scoring honor.

No player in the game of hockey has been as talented as the great Pittsburgh Penguin Sidney Crosby in the last decade of play. Pittsburgh’s former number one overall pick and the deemed second coming of Wayne Gretzky hit the century mark in points scored for the fifth time in his short but incredible NHL career. With 104 in 2014, Crosby led all NHL players in points scored to take home his second Art Ross Trophy. To add to the hardware accumulated by Sid the Kid this year, the Penguins hero also took home his second Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP. It goes without saying that Sidney Crosby is most certainly on his way to becoming one of the greatest players to ever grace the ice.

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