NFL Game of the Week: Superbowl LII, Eagles vs Patriots
No surprises here. The team of destiny vs the team of dynasty. I may be biased as a Philly suburb native, but I’m looking to see the Birds finish their injury-ridden season in glory. No starting MVP quarterback. No defensive and special team captains. No all start tackle. No problem. Can the Eagles do the impossible? Or will Tom Brady once again show us why he is the greatest QB of all time? Tune in to NBC at 6 30 pm on Sunday, February 4th.
NBA Game of the Week: Rockets at Cavaliers
Cleveland certainly isn’t playing its best basketball as of late, and their publicized team unity issues are certainly not helping. However, they still have Lebron James, and are still one of, if not the favorite to come out of the East this year. Houston, on the other hand, sits at 2nd in the West and recently took down Golden State in a thriller last week. They’ll be looking to stay hot against the Cavs on ABC at 8:30 on Saturday, February 3rd.
NHL Game of the Week: Sharks at Penguins
These two elite teams faced off in the Stanley Cup finals back in 2016, and always produce great match-ups when going head to head, even during the regular season. Both currently sit at 6th place in their conferences, but now that the all star game is over and teams are moving into the second half of their seasons, look for these two teams to make strong pushes in the conference standings. Tune in to NBC Sports at 7 pm on Tuesday, January 30th.
Movie Recommendation of the Week: Maze Runner, The Death Cure
The culmination of the Maze Runner series starring Dylan O’Brien. The movie had to be postponed for months when an ill-fated stunt left the actor with severe head injuries. That being said, you can expect an action-packed, stunt-filled ending to this trilogy. It may not make the Best Picture category at next year’s Oscar’s, but The Death Cure is sure to be an entertaining watch from start to finish.