The Colorado Avalanche are Stanley Cup champions, so our NHL Team of the Week should be obvious, but MLB or WNBA may surprise you!
The Golden State Warriors are NBA Champs once again, while the Colorado Avalanche make great progress towards a title.
The Braves are the team to watch right now as they chase the New York Mets for the NL East title. With another classic Alex Anthopoulos trade deadline, they might just get there.
The Celtics stole a huge win on the road in the NBA Finals, the Avalanche seem unstoppable, and the Yankees are once again the toast of MLB.
The NBA Finals matchup is set, while strong contenders in MLB and the WNBA looked absolutely untouchable last week.
The Warriors again look like a title threat, the Lightning keep rolling, and the Sun shine bright to begin their season.
These Elo power rankings are purely quantitative and objective, unlike power rankings from other sites. There will be zero subjectivity in the ranking of these teams; the Elo power rankings are based purely on each team’s performance and strength of schedule.
It all comes down to this. Two teams with very different paths will match up tonight with the National Championship on the line.
The Elite Eight happened, and my model accurately predicted the results of all four games, sending me into the Final Four at 44/60 overall with my initial National Championship winners still alive. That said, let’s take a look at what’s going on down in New Orleans.
Saint Peter’s beat the odds for the third game in a row, though again Shaheen Holloway is the only person on the planet that had them here. I warned that the homecourt advantage of the Houston Cougars could come into play in spite of my model’s prediction, and I was right: the Cougars basically played a home game in their victory over Arizona.