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Not everybody can be a champion. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti tells us how he's now officially a champion and brags about his new bling to prove it. George "the Howitzer" Gerbo rolls his eyes, as usual. Unfortunately, most of you probably can't relate with him. That's alright. There are many legends who weren't champions either. In order to be a champion, you must rise up in Winning Time.
Both the NHL and NBA are witnessing some champions very resistant to relinquish their thrones. There's also some past champions hurrying to reclaim their crown, while the non champions are slowly fading away.
Can pure swag carry the Los Angeles Kings to another championship? Despite their pedigree, should the Blackhawks be worried about losing control of the Western Conference Finals? Is this finally the year Henrik Lundqvist soaks up the Stanley Cup Finals limelight? Do the Rangers realistically have a shot at lifting the cup?
While the NHL's final four are still trying to earn a title, a franchise that expects championship or bust is going through an asinine soap opera of an offseason. Did the Pittsburgh Penguins handle the Ray Shero firing and Dan Bylsma non firing properly...or was it mismanaged in a bizarre buffoon like manner? What does the future of this once very proud franchise look like?
In the NBA, does Miami have Indiana right where they want them again? Does LeBron need even more help from Dwayne Wade and crew for a three-peat? Have the Pacers overcome their funk? Are the Spurs the favorites, even over the Heat? Should Kevin Durant receive more criticism? Daniel Bryan, what do you say?
What can be made of the Washington Nationals, and what's wrong with the Pittsburgh Pirates cap another gold quality broadcast.
Champions always conquer. Champions like the Howitzer and Buzz-saw, conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....
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