Who Are They: Artemi Panarin

It was actually the game-winning goal. Not many thought it would be, but an empty-net goal in Chicago’s controversial 3-2 win over the St. Louis Blues Friday Night turned out to be the difference. That empty-netter also happened to be Artemi Panarin’s first Stanley Cup Playoff point. At 24 years old, Panarin isn’t your typical…

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Who Are They: Bryson DeChambeau

When donning the Hogan cap on-course, one would think he might need a cane. And when he takes it off, he becomes this vibrant little fellow who looks like he just got his senior driver’s license. Well, after round 2 of the Masters, Bryson DeChambeau looked like that elated kid who just passed his driving…

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Who Are They: LeBron’s Super Team

        LeBron is once again in the media spotlight, this time voicing his desire to play on a team with his closest friends, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul before their careers are over. SportsNation’s Max Kellerman is already calling this scenario “the redeem team.” Before last week when it was first mentioned by…

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Who Are They: Bronson Koenig

First he hit the game-tying three from back in Madison. Then, he hit the step-back, fade-away winner, sending the Scottrade Center into a frenzy. Wisconsin isn’t in the Sweet 16 if it isn’t for Bronson Koenig. There are no repeated replays of the buzzer beater from the far corner if it isn’t for Bronson Koenig. Bill Murray…

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