KD has eclipsed Michael Jordan for most consecutive games with 25 points or more, currently at 41 games. Any time you can say you passed MJ in something, you're on your way to Springfield. The one thing that amazes me about KD is his dribbling ability. At 6'11, he has the handles of a 6'2 guard and will put a defender on skates and make him look stupid. If KD don't win the MVP this year, I will never look at the NBA the same. 

What everyone wanted to see is going to happen. The Undefeated UConn Lady Huskies(39-0) will face the undefeated Notre Dame Fighting Irish (37-0) for the Women's National Championship. Surprisingly, this is the first time two undefeated teams will play for a title, in either Men's or Women's. This is bittersweet for me because I did want to see the Lady Terps in the title game, but the Irish was a team on a mission. Both UConn and Notre Dame won their Final Four matchups by 20+ points, UConn defeating Stanford. Notre Dame is without their best player, Natalie Achonwa, who was injured in the teams Elite 8 win over Baylor. UConn on the other hand, has their best player, sophomore Breanna Stewart, who is without question the best and most complete player in the country(yes she can dunk). This will be a great game, don't miss it. 

Pero Antic dunks the ball as 3 Pacer defenders watch.. Pero managed to put up 18 points, a career high for him, as the Hawks defeated the Pacers 107-88. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Pero Antic dunks the ball as 3 Pacer defenders watch.. Pero managed to put up 18 points, a career high for him, as the Hawks defeated the Pacers 107-88. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Ever since the Pacers beat the Heat on March 26, they haven't been very good. They are currently 1-5 in their last 6 games( 3-7 in last 10 games) and have lost by double digits in every game. Last night, Roy Hibbert was benched, as he should have been, and they only had a pathetic 23 points at the half. I don't know what the problem is with the Pacers but they better fix it, this is not how you want to enter the postseason. 

I know its never a problem to have too many pitchers but what about outfielders? Matt Kemp has made his return this season and in a big way. In three games, he has 2 HRs and 4 RBIs, and gone on record saying that he is not with sitting on a bench or being a utility player. Against the Giants, Kemp went yard twice off Matt Cain, who had a horrible game, 3 HRs in 6 innings, in the Dodgers 6-2 victory. Now while Kemp was shinning, Yasiel Puig was on the bench. No word has come out about Puig being upset about being benched for 2 straight games but I don't see him being quiet for long. With Puig, Carl Crawford, Andre Either, and Kemp, Don Mattingly will have a hard time trying to keep all four of these guys happy with the rotation and playing time but only if Kemp can stay healthy. If Kemp once again misses a ton of games, I doubt the Dodgers will keep him on payroll for much longer. If you had to choose, who would be the odd man out?  

These are some of the fan reaction to Brock Lesnar beating the Undertaker, ending the 21 years of perfection at Wrestlemania. We all know wrestling is scripted but I don't think no one expected this one. I have a problem that it was Brock Lesnar that ended the streak, he definitely does not deserve to be the one to say, "I ended the Undertaker's Streak". Some has said that Brock changed the script, which is believable, and that Vince McMahon will something to say about this. This was probably Undertaker's last match and none of us wanted to see him go out like this. #ThankYouTaker. 

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