Acm Awards 2019: Live Stream Online 2019 Channels The star-studded ACM Awards are back! The 54th annual awards show will return in 2019 on April 7th and will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas at 8 pm ET. The fan-driven ACM Awards is the celebration of the topmost artists and songs on the stations of iHeartRadio. The chartbusters are played on the iHeartRadio app throughout 2018 and as a preview of the upcoming hits of 2019.
The show will also showcase incredible
live performances from some of your favorite stars, including a few
special surprise duets and collaborations. In the earlier years, many
artists like Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Madonna, Pharrell, and others have
performed on the ACM Awards stage. As always, the ACM Awards will
celebrate all of the fans, especially those who will be casting millions
of votes for their favorite artists on social media. Find out on March
30th as to Which fan army will be the loudest this year?
Acm Awards 2019 Live Stream Free Sinup
Event: 2019 ACM Awards
Time: 8 PM ET
Date: 7th April 2019
Venue: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
Nowadays, it is very easy to watch your
favorite shows online than ever before. Whether you want to watch viral
videos, memes, your favorite shows on Netflix, movies, news and more.
We also use a great amount of the
Internet for our social interactions. So, we should also use it to watch
the TV shows such as the iHeart radio music awards. Platforms that
provide live streaming offer much more. And with the high-quality
streaming, it’s enjoyable.
So, let’s see the options to watch the ACM Awards without cable this year. Believe me, there are plenty.
Check out the official CBS All Access
website and watch the ACM Award show of the live online. It is the
Official channel to watch the ACM Awards. There is a lot of content to
watch by streaming full episodes of your most loved TV shows. All the
shows are live and on demand.
You have to select the TV provider. Sign
in to the subscription to watch the episodes and also streaming of
primetime shows. Here is the fuboTV, which is an amazing platform to
watch the ACM Awards. It is also great for sports lovers. There are four
packages to choose from. You can add a few extra channel packs and a
lot of premium networks.
fubo and fubo Extra bundles have Fox in
them, but we recommend to choose fubo Extra since the price difference
is minimal and it has a lot more channels. Another great platform for
users to watch the ACM Awards is Sling TV. The service offers three
bundles to choose from, lots of additional channel packs are included in
the bundle. Also, premium networks are added according to interest.
Sling TV has Fox TV in the Blue and
Orange + Blue bundle, but we recommend to choose the Orange + Blue
bundle because it has all the channels you want and also the price
difference is not much. Next option to watch the ACM Awards, we have
Hulu. It is a great platform that is very popular for years, and that
can offer a live TV plan. You can customize the service by adding a
couple of channel packs and several premium networks.
When you subscribe to Hulu, you don’t have to look for Fox anywhere else, because Fox is included in the main bundle.
WWE WrestleMania 35 Live, Stream will be
the 35th annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view event
and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw, SmackDown, and 205
Live brands. It will take place on April 7, 2019 at MetLife Stadium in
East Rutherford, New WWE WrestleMania 35 The Match Order Of PPV In
WWE’s whale of a WrestleMania card has
just about taken forms with 16 matches announced and at least one
surprise match seemingly in the air. At least 85 WWE Superstars will be
featured in what is widely expected to be the longest WWE pay-per-view
of all time.
With a card this massive, the match
lineup matters now, more than ever. With multiple emotional moments
embedded throughout these lineups, some matches could suffer while
trying to follow a moment like Kurt Angle’s retirement or a
history-making Kofi Kingston WWE Championship win.
As fans begin growing tired, being
slotted deep in the card could be a death sentence in terms of crowd
reaction. Some of the less-heralded matchups are sure to become
sacrificial lambs in these scenarios.
Going on last in an era where
WrestleMania politics have gone the way of socialism to get everybody
involved, the women of the pre-announced main event should take pride in
being considered the hottest act among a historically deep sea of
performers. See More:Click Here To Watch: matches, card, start time,
date and Tv Schedule
WWE WrestleMania 2019 matches, card, start time, date and Tv Schedule
The long Road to WrestleMania 35 that began back in January has nearly
reached its end. Just two days from now on Sunday, April 7, WrestleMania
35 will encompass the global stage as the best WWE superstars look for
their crowning WrestleMania moment. Along that road, the WrestleMania 35
card has shaped out to be one that could be unforgettable, and simply
put, Sunday cannot get here soon enough, folks.
Important championship matches are set to
take place on the card, as well as some grudge matches that carry along
nothing but pride on the line with them. CBS Sports will be onsite at
the big show all week in early April, but for now, let’s take a look at
how WrestleMania 35 has shaped out in terms of the match card, news and
rumors for the big show. It will all go down this Sunday inside of
MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, as WWE takes over its
traditional home of the New York area.
WWE WrestleMania 35 matches Winner Take
All — Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Becky Lynch: The
historical main event we all assumed was coming is now a reality. The
final match on the WrestleMania 35 card will see Rousey put the Raw
women’s title on the line against 2019 Royal Rumble winner Lynch and
Flair, who will also put her SmackDown women’s title up for grabs.
Stephanie McMahon announced on Raw that the bout will be winner take all
with both titles on the line. We’re definitely set for one of the
biggest ‘Mania main events in history.
Universal Championship — Brock Lesnar (c)
vs. Seth Rollins: By virtue of his Royal Rumble victory in Phoenix,
Rollins earned the right to choose which world championship he’d care to
challenge for on the biggest stage. And while he did not do it
verbally, Rollins hit Lesnar and took six F5s to close Raw on Monday,
making it clear he will go after the universal title at WrestleMania as
he aims to slay the beast. It may not be the actual main event of the
show, but Rollins’s crowning as the top star on Raw could be upon us.
WWE Championship — Daniel Bryan (c) vs.
Kofi Kingston: It took jumping through nearly all of the hoops
imaginable, but Kingston is going to WrestleMania to challenge for the
WWE title against Bryan after his New Day brethren Big E and Xavier
Woods ran the gauntlet to get him there which finally appeased Vince
McMahon. No matter the outcome, it’s going to be an awesome sight seeing
a highly-respected veteran such as Kingston shine in such a huge
spotlight after an amazing career to this point.
Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre: Reigns
needed a top-tier opponent for WrestleMania, and McIntyre more than fits
the bill. The two massive, athletic superstars are nearly mirror images
of one another, and McIntyre has been biding his time for a major feud.
That does not mean he will beat Reigns, but McIntyre deserves a
spotlight and will likely be a perfect foil for Reigns on WWE’s biggest
show of the year. It took Reigns just one week, but after some more
personal jabs from McIntyre, the “Big Dog” was prepared to accept the
AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton: Tensions have
been building between these two, and it is clear WWE has been developing
this storyline for the last couple of months. There is every chance
that this is an epic and memorable match between two industry veterans
who have yet to go one-on-one in a bout that matters.
Triple H vs. Batista (No Holds Barred;
Triple H’s career on the line): Beginning with Batista’s return and
subsequent attack on Ric Flair to ruin his mentor’s 70th birthday
celebration in which he followed up by calling out Triple H, the feature
match years in the making is now set. Batista showed up on Raw and
requested the match on television that he’s clamored for publicly as of
late, and Triple H not only obliged, but tied the no holds barred
stipulation to it, as well. That wasn’t enough for Batista, though. A
little less than two weeks out from ‘Mania, he requested that Triple H
put his career on the line — and “The Game” did just that.
Intercontinental Championship — Bobby
Lashley (c) vs. Finn Balor: Balor enjoyed a brief run with the
intercontinental title before dropping it in somewhat stunning fashion
back to Lashley on Raw. But he’ll get his chance to become a two-time IC
titleholder at WrestleMania after defeating the champion Lashley and
teammate Jinder Mahal — who was standing in for Lio Rush — in a handicap
match on Raw by pinning Mahal. Lashley will have quite the tall task on
his hands, as Balor confirmed on the go-home Raw that he’ll be showing
up as the Demon in the attempt to reclaim the IC title.
United States Championship — Samoa Joe
(c) vs. Rey Mysterio: On SmackDown Live, Mysterio himself announced that
he will be facing Samoa Joe for the title on the grandest stage of ’em
all. And not only that, but his son Dominic, who he reintroduced back to
WWE television during the segment, will be sitting ringside. This could
very well serve as the sleeper match of the night with these two
competing against one another — if it happens. On the go-home SmackDown,
it was announced that Mysterio had suffered an ankle injury during his
match on Raw against Baron Corbin. He’s set to be evaluated up until
Women’s Tag Team Championship — Sasha
Banks & Bayley (c) vs. Beth Phoenix & Natalya vs. Nia Jax &
Tamina Snuka vs. The IIconics: All of these teams have been a thorn in
the side in one form or another of the WWE women’s tag team champs, so
naturally, the Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection will take them all on inside
MetLife Stadium. Quite the challenge for the champs on the grandest
stage of ’em all.
The Miz vs. Shane McMahon (Falls Count
Anywhere): This feud really kicked off a Fastlane when McMahon brutally
assaulted Miz in front of his hometown fans in Cleveland as well as his
father after they lost out on regaining the tag team titles against The
Usos. On the following SmackDown Live, McMahon explained his reasoning
for turning on his partner, and he also announced right then and there
that they’ll be facing off at WrestleMania. With less than two weeks to
go until ‘Mania, it was announced that this will now be a falls count
anywhere match — so, yeah, start placing your bets on what McMahon will
be jumping off of inside MetLife Stadium.
Kurt Angle vs. Baron Corbin (Farewell
Match): Angle announced that WrestleMania 35 will be the setting for the
final match of his career, and the McMahon family afforded him the
opportunity to choose the opponent who will receive the honor of
standing in the opposite corner. Well, during the episode of Raw in
Chicago, Angle announced that his opponent will be the man who took his
place in the general manager role during his absence in Corbin. After
the announcement, the internet outrage regarding Corbin being Angle’s
farewell opponent was acknowledged on commentary — so you have to wonder
if there’s maybe something more in store here.
SmackDown Tag Team Championship — The
Usos (c) vs. Ricochet & Aleister Black vs. The Bar vs. Rusev &
Shinsuke Nakamura: There was a bit of concern there for a bit that The
Usos would be left off the WrestleMania card, but that was rectified
just five days before the show of shows. As repercussions for forfeiting
to The New Day, Alexa Bliss made a surprise appearance on SmackDown and
forced Jimmy & Jey into this fatal four-way affair.
Raw Tag Team Championship — The Revival
(c) vs. Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins: The seeds for this match were
planted following the go-home Raw, and just three days prior to
WrestleMania, it was made official. Could the vaunted losing streak of
Hawkins be coming to a close on the biggest stage of the year as he
helps earn tag team gold with Ryder once again?
Cruiserweight Championship — Buddy Murphy
(c) vs. Tony Nese (Kickoff Show): With the culmination of the
tournament on 205 Live, the cruiserweight title match is set. Nese
defeated former champion Cedric Alexander in the final, earning the
right to face off with his … buddy … Murphy. Not the most appealing
cruiserweight title match on paper, but when Murphy is involved in a
match, it absolutely has an opportunity to deliver.
Next week, wrestling promotions from around the world will be hosting events in New York City. Of course, the most notable of shows is Wrestlemania, but outside of WWE, there are around 30 wrestling events you can stream from the comfort of your own home, if you can’t attend. And the biggest of these other Mania week events is the G1 Supercard featuring stars from New Japan Pro Wrestling and Ring of Honor.
On Saturday, April 6, Madison Square Garden in New York City will host this historic event. It all kicks off at 7:30 PM ET / 4:30 PM PT on PPV and the ROH and Fite TV apps. HonorClub members can stream the event for free at ROHHonorClub.com. The PPV will cost $40 or a subscription to HonorClub will run you $10 a month.
G1 Supercard is a completely stacked card. As of this writing, there are 11 matches set for the event, featuring multiple championship matches, a few of which are ROH champion vs. NJPW champion bouts. One of the biggest matches on the card is Bullet Club leader and IWGP Heavyweight Champion Jay White taking on Kazuchika Okada for the title. Additionally, there is a triple threat ladder match for the ROH World Championship featuring Jay Lethal, Matt Taven, and Marty Scurll. If you follow either of these wrestling promotions, then you know this card is insane in the best way possible.
There still at least one match that is in the works. Bully Ray has issued an open challenge for Supercard for a NYC Street Fight. More than likely, we won’t find out who his opponent is until the evening of the event. Below, you’ll find the full match card, which we will keep updated if anything changes.
G1 Supercard Match Card:
Honor Rumble (Pre-Show)
Will Ospreay vs. Jeff Cobb (Never Openweight Champ vs. ROH World TV Champ)
Dalton Castle vs. Rush
Mayu Iwatani vs. Kelly Klein (WOH World Championship)
Bully Ray vs. ??? (NYC Street Fight Open Challenge)
Taiji Ishimori (c) vs. Dragon Lee vs. Bandido (IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship)
Evil & Sanada vs. G.O.D. (c) vs. Villain Enterprises (c) vs. The Briscoes (IWGP & ROH Tag Championship)
Zack Sabre Jr. (c) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi (British Heavyweight Championship)
Tetsuya Naito vs. Kota Ibushi (IWGP Intercontinental Championship)
Jay Lethal (c) vs. Matt Taven vs. Marty Scurll (ROH World Championship Ladder Match)
Jay White (c) vs. Kazuchika Okada (IWGP Heavyweight Championship)
Mack sure to come back to GameSpot on Saturday, April 6 for live coverage of the Ring of Honor/NJPW event.
Mack sure to come back to GameSpot on Saturday, April 6 for live coverage of the Ring of Honor/NJPW event.
NCAA Final Four 2019: With the Elite Eight now completed, we head to Minneapolis for a Final Four that features only a single 1-seed in Tony Bennett’s Virginia team, two teams in 5-seed Auburn and 3-seed Texas Tech that are making their first such trips and 2-seed Michigan State, which upset 1-seed Duke in the East Region final to earn an eighth Final Four for Tom Izzo.That said, the Final Four games of Virginia-Auburn and Michigan State-Texas Tech do represent a matchup of college basketball’s more traditional blue bloods against up-and-comers. But if we’ve learned anything through the first four rounds of March Madness, it’s this: Don’t just go with the name on the front of the jersey.
Less than two weeks ago, the 2019 NCAA Tournament tipped off with 68 teams. After a wild weekend of college basketball, we are now down to four. That’s right, the Final Four is set and we know the field. Michigan State, Texas Tech, Virginia and Auburn are headed to Minneapolis with a chance at achieving college basketball immortality. You’re going to need to know how to follow all the action remaining over the weekend.Check out the schedule and tip times for Saturday’s Final Four along with info on how to watch each game and who will be calling the games. As always, fans can also watch the tourney live online via March Madness Live until the final game.
Sporting News is here to make sure you know how to tune in to the
final two rounds of March Madness. Here’s everything you’ll need to know
to watch the Final Four and national championship matchups both live on
TV and streaming online.
TV channels, live stream for Final Four games
The NCAA Tournament’s Final Four and national championship game will be broadcast by CBS on April 6 April 8, respectively.
The primary outlet for live-streaming 2019 NCAA Tournament games is March Madness Live, the NCAA’s digital platform available on desktop and by downloading the mobile app. You can also stream games live by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.
Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery and Tracy Wolfson are CBS’s lead
broadcast team and will call the Final Four national semifinals and
When does Match Madness 2019 end?
March Madness will conclude on April 8 with the national championship
game in Minneapolis. From there, it will be roughly seven months before
college basketball starts back up again.
March Madness features from Sporting News
“40 Minutes of Hell” to Hog Heaven: Nolan Richardson’s 1993-94
Arkansas team will go down as one of the most fun SEC title-winning
teams of all time. It was something he built, one minute at a time.
A barrier-breaking title: The 1961-62 Cincinnati Bearcats made
history when they started four black players in their NCAA title game
win over Ohio State. We remember the importance of that groundbreaking
An Oral History of Steph Curry’s 2008 Breakout: In 2008, a
little-known, baby-faced guard from Davidson completely took over the
Upset City: Reliving the wildest opening venue in NCAA Tournament history.
The Fagan Jinx: They’re not just upset “alerts” when Sporting News’
Ryan Fagan is in attendance. Recapping the many improbable upsets Fagan
has been on hand to witness.
More than a timeout: The 1993 NCAA Tournament is more than Chris
Webber’s ill-fated timeout in the national championship game against
Danny and the Miracles: Recalling Kansas’ improbable 1988 title run.
Chalmers’ shot still resonates: Mario Chalmers never gets tired talking about his 3-pointer against Memphis in 2008.
DeCourcy’s best of 30 years: Sporting News’ Mike DeCourcy ranks the
best games he has witnessed from 30 years’ worth of NCAA Tournament
The thrill of victory…: Sporting News staff recall their favorite memories of the NCAA Tournament.
…And the agony of defeat: Sporting News staff recalls their most
heartbreaking memories from the NCAA Tournament. Get your tissues ready.
Hong kong 7s rugby 2019: The HSBC Hong Kong World Rugby Sevens will be played in the Hong Kong Stadium. on Friday, 5th April and ends on 7th April 2019. Check out the best live stream channels to watch Hong Kong Rugby 7s online here. We will be updating the complete schedule and scores of each game here. New Zealand is also in the top 3, they won the title in Dubai, and Fiji, they have taken their first title in South Africa since 2005. The teams will be extra motivated this year, with the four top teams will automatically qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
World champion Black Ferns Sevens will be playing in front of their
home fans this year. Also, the Women’s Fast Four tournaments will be
added to the 2019 HSBC World Rugby Sevens 2019 in Hamilton. Although
exhibition matches were played earlier by the Black Ferns Sevens team in
New Zealand, the New Zealand Seven will compete for the first time on
the home ground in the world rugby Sevens 2019. It was announced
recently that the Black Ferns Sevens will compete against France, China
and England during the schedule of New Zealand in the HSBC World Rugby
Sevens 2019 on 26th & 27th of January. The HSBC World Rugby Sevens
2019 has the potential of putting up a bigger and better show, with the
seating arena being increased to an additional 3,000 seats by the
How To Watch World Rugby Sevens 2019 live streaming online free
There are millions of fans and Rugby is their life, they love watching the game, and they don’t ever miss any match, no matter where it is played. We give information of live streaming to watch the World Rugby Sevens online, and you can watch and enjoy the live action of the World Rugby Sevens 2019 all day along including the Cup Finals. If you do not have access to live TV in your area, then do not worry, there are several options to live stream the World Rugby Sevens on your computer, tablet or mobile device. You can watch the rugby match online on the various channels mentioned above. Some of the channels like Sky Sports, Fox Sports are the official sponsor of the Rugby.
To live stream the World Rugby Sevens 2019, there are some things
that you will have to do. You can watch rugby matches on some websites
by signing up. It does not depend on the place where you live, be it New
Zealand or any other part of the world. You can watch the live action
of the World Rugby Sevens if you have internet, which covers all the
matched in most of the territories. Now, scroll down to check the World
Rugby Sevens 2019 live telecast details, with which you can watch all
the games of the tournament without any problem. If you want to know,
how to watch the World Rugby Sevens 2019 live streaming? Then we will
Hong Kong World Rugby Sevens Live stream channels
In addition to watching and streaming the World Rugby Sevens 2019 on
network channels, which could be paid channels, you can also live stream
the Rugby and other websites and channels which are unofficial.
Below mentioned are the channels which will be enough to satisfy the
craving of watching the matches. Hope it serves its purpose.
If you want to catch up will all the action of the World Rugby Sevens
2019 being telecast when the teams play against each other, then you
should have the Eleven Sports Network that FuboTV is providing. FuboTV
also gives access to watch CBS Sports Network, FS1, FS2, PAC-12, and Big
Ten Network (BTN). They even offer good connectivity of the channels
like FOX, CBS, and NBC in some of the markets. The service cost is 39.99
dollars for the 1st month and after that 44.99 dollars from the second
month onwards. Fubo TV offers a 1-week trial. You can also go through
the entire review of FuboTV, for more details about their service.
Hulu Live TV also gives access to watch the World Rugby Sevens 2019
via the WatchESPN app. The app is free to access by the Longhorn Network
if you live in the area of the TV market. You can find the Hulu Live TV
reviews and see if they suit your viewing or you can also choose their
free trial of 1 week and then decide. The lone channel network
telecasting rugby matches are excluded from their listing, which is the
Pac-12. If you are looking to opt for Pac-12, then you can go for the
Sling TV. The description is given below.
Sling TV is the service to choose if you want Pac-12. But, you will
not be able to access CBS Sports Network and BTN. To receive the maximum
activity of World Rugby Sevens 2019 on Sling TV, choose the combo
services of blue and the orange package with “Sports Extra” add-on for a
charge of 45 dollars a month. This will give the connectivity to all
ESPN channels along with the Pac-12 Network. You can also check out the
1-week free trial.
This will also make Fox and NBC channels available in some of the
markets. At an extra charge of 5 dollars, the package will be available
in certain markets, and also make sure to go through the total review of
Just get an account in Reddit and search for the rugbystreams
subreddit. You can find a lot of subreddit which will have quality links
to watch Hong Kong Rugby Sevens 2019 online.
Hong Kong 7s 6th April 2019 Schedule
Check out the complete schedule for Vancouver 7s below.
6th April 2019
Samoa 7s vs Japan 7s
South Africa 7s vs Scotland 7s
England 7s vs Spain 7s
USA 7s vs Wales 7s
New Zealand 7s vs Kenya 7s
Fiji 7s vs Australia 7s
Argentina 7s vs Portugal 7s
France 7s vs Canada 7s
Scotland 7s vs Japan 7s
South Africa 7s vs Samoa 7s
Wales 7s vs Spain 7s
USA 7s vs England 7s
Australia 7s vs Kenya 7s
Fiji 7s vs New Zealand 7s
Canada 7s vs Portugal 7s
France 7s vs Argentina 7s
5th April 2019
Germany 7s vs Uganda 7s
Chile 7s vs Cook Islands 7s
Russia 7s vs Uruguay 7s
Ireland 7s vs Jamaica 7s
Tonga 7s vs Zimbabwe 7s
Hong Kong 7s vs Philippines 7s
Germany 7s vs Cook Islands 7s
Chile 7s vs Uganda 7s
Russia 7s vs Jamaica 7s
Ireland 7s vs Uruguay 7s
Tonga 7s vs Philippines 7s
Hong Kong 7s vs Zimbabwe 7s
USA 7s 3rd March 2019 Schedule
Wales 7s vs Japan 7s
Canada 7s vs France 7s
Spain 7s vs Kenya 7s
Scotland 7s vs Chile 7s
Fiji 7s vs South Africa 7s
Australia 7s vs England 7s
New Zealand 7s vs Hong Kong 7s
Samoa 7s vs Argentina 7s
2nd March 2019 Schedule
Wales 7s vs Scotland 7s
Fiji 7s vs Australia 7s
Canada 7s vs Samoa 7s
New Zealand 7s vs Spain 7s
Argentina 7s Kenya 7s
USA 7s vs France 7s
Japan 7s vs Chile 7s
England 7s vs South Africa 7s
USA Rugby Sevens Schedule – 1st March 2019
Let’s check out the complete schedule for Men’s Rugby Sevens Hong Kong 2019 below.
Today, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced their 2019 induction class. The new class of inductees includes Radiohead, Janet Jackson, Stevie Nicks, Def Leppard, The Cure, Roxy Music, and The Zombies.
The seven acts were selected from a crop of 15 nominees which also included Devo, John Prine, Kraftwerk, LL Cool J, MC5, Rage Against The Machine, Todd Rundgren, and Rufus & Chaka Kahn.
The Zombies earned their Hall of Fame induction this year on their fourth nomination, while Janet Jackson got the nod for 2019 on her third. Radiohead was nominated last year in their first year of eligibility, and will now enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on their second ballot. The Cure was nominated one time prior to this year, but not since 2012. Def Leppard, Roxy Music, and Stevie Nicks all earned induction this year off their first nominations.
Of note, Stevie Nicks will now become the first female artist to be inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Her 2019 induction as a solo artist comes more than 20 years after her 1998 induction as a member of Fleeetwood Mac.
As Nicks said in a statement,
I have a lot to say about this. but I will save those words for later. For now I will just say, I have been in a band since 1968. To be recognized for my solo work makes me take a deep breath and smile. It’s a glorious feeling.
In 2018, the Rock Hall inducted Bon Jovi, Dire Straits, The Moody Blues, The Cars, and Nina Simone, and gave a special Early Influence award to Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2019 Inductees
[Video: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame]
Of course, the Rock Hall is simply a ceremonial honor, and one that often doesn’t reflect the sentiments of rock and roll fans. There are plenty of bands that deserve to be recognized for the distinction but have been overlooked entirely by the small, 1,000-person voting collective that makes decisions regarding inductees. If your favorite didn’t get the nod this year, you can still love them anyway. Maybe next year’s their year. Or not. Probably not. But who cares? Music is subjective, and all that really matters on an individual level is who’s in your Hall of Fame. Who really wants to go to Cleveland, anyway?
March 28, 2019 9:10am EDTMarch 28, 2019 7:47am EDTBaseball, MLBMLB’s
blackout policy makes it difficult to watch live out-of-market games on
Opening Day. Here’s a guide to finding your favorite team on TV and
live-streaming online, including DAZN’s new whiparound highlights show.
Get ready, baseball fans. MLB’s 2019 Opening Day has finally arrived with a jam-packed schedule to begin the new season.
It’s exactly five months since the Boston
Red Sox won Game 5 of the World Series to claim their ninth title.
After a slow start to baseball’s offseason, the drama ramped up in
recent weeks with several of the biggest deals in MLB history taking
place with some of the game’s most recognizable names.
Watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN, on Opening Day
Bryce Harper and Manny Machado held the
sport hostage for months, negotiating record-breaking contracts with
each landing in a new city. Harper will make his Philadelphia debut
following when the Phillies take on the Braves, while Machado debuts for
an up-and-coming Padres team against the Giants.
The biggest winner of the offseason,
though, was Angels superstar Mike Trout, who inked a record, 12-year
$430 million extension to remain in Los Angeles. Trout and the Angels
open their season against the most talented team in the AL West, the
Here’s a guide to watching MLB’s 2019 Opening Day action, including a full TV schedule and how to stream games live online.
ESPN will broadcast three games to a
national audience on Opening Day, but other games outside of a viewer’s
market are otherwise difficult to watch. Here’s the entire TV schedule
for every game played Thursday, subject to MLB’s blackout restrictions.
Mets vs. Nationals
Orioles vs. Yankees
ESPN, ESPN Deportes, YES, MASN2
Cardinals vs. Brewers
FS Wisconsin, FS Midwest
Braves vs. Phillies
FS Southeast, FS South, NBCSN Philadelphia
Tigers vs. Blue Jays
Astros vs. Rays
FS Sun, AT&T SN Southwest
Cubs vs. Rangers
FS Southwest, NBC Sports Chicago
Angels vs. Athletics
FS West, NBC Sports California
Pirates vs. Reds
FS Ohio, AT&T SN Pittsburgh
Rockies vs. Marlins
FS Florida, AT&T SN Rocky Mountain Utah
Indians vs. Twins
FS North, Sportstime Ohio
Giants vs. Padres
FS San Diego, NBC Sports Bay Area
Diamondbacks vs. Dodgers
ESPN, ESPN Deportes, Fox Sports Arizona
White Sox vs. Royals
FS Kansas City, NBC Sports Chicago
Red Sox vs. Mariners
ESPN, ESPN Deportes
LIVE: MLB Opening Day scoreboard
How to live stream MLB Opening Day games
The three games broadcast on ESPN can
also be streamed on the WatchESPN app. Any games airing on a Fox Sports
regional network can be streamed on the FoxSportsGo app if you are
within that region’s market. MLB.tv games can be streamed on the At Bat
The new option on the scene for 2019 is
DAZN’s “ChangeUp,” a live look-in whiparound show hosted by Adnan Virk.
While the streaming platform doesn’t carry MLB games in their entirety,
the show is geared toward baseball fans who want to keep up with action
from every game at once, showing highlights, live at-bats, analysis,
interviews and more.
You can subscribe to DAZN here for a monthly rate of $19.99. It also offers a yearlong package for $99.99.
Sign up to watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN, on Opening Day
What is DAZN’s new MLB show?
“ChangeUp” is a seven-day-a-week live MLB
whip-around program providing live look-ins to any games in progress
while recapping all of the action from the day. “ChangeUp” will
regularly air on weekdays beginning at 7 p.m. ET and conclude after the
final pitch of the evening. Weekday programming will be hosted by former
ESPN personality Adnan Virk and comedian Scott Rogowsky. The pair will
be joined by Lauren Gardner, Tony Luftman and Alfredo “Freddy” Lomelí.
Anchoring the weekend edition of
“ChangeUp,” airing every Saturday and Sunday from 10 p.m. to midnight
ET, will be Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman of the popular social media
duo known as Cespedes Family BBQ.
Throughout the week the show will feature
appearances from a number of MLB Network’s roster of analysts including
Eric Byrnes, Cliff Floyd, Carlos Peña, Harold Reynolds and Hall of
Famer John Smoltz. “ChangeUp” is produced at MLB Network’s studios in
Secaucus, New Jersey.
How to watch Bryce Harper’s Phillies debut
Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to watch
Harper’s first game in Citizens Bank Park unless you live in a
Philadelphia or Atlanta television market. ESPN made its national
broadcast schedule months in advance of Harper’s free agency deal with
the Phillies and chose not to pivot from its original plan at the
announcement of his signing.
These Cavaliers have one of the top NBA prospects in college basketball, sophomore wing De’Andre Hunter, as well as a skilled veteran backcourt and a powerful, deep frontcourt. They are great at both offense and defense, not just the latter.
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They even get the only remaining double-digit seed in the field, the Oregon Ducks, for their round of 16 matchup.
It could not line up better for them. But this is still the NCAA tournament, and elimination is still only 40 minutes away for everyone involved.
Oregon, No. 12 seed
Coach: Dana Altman (30 years, nine at Oregon
Overall record: 25-12
Scoring leader: Louis King (13.4 ppg)
Rebounding leader (King 5.6 rpg)
Assists leader: Payton Pritchard (4.6 apg)
Famous non-athlete alum: Actor Ty Burrell
Virginia, No. 1 seed
Coach: Tony Bennett (13 years, 10 at Virginia)
Overall record: 31-3
Scoring leader: De’Andre Hunter (15.2 ppg)
Rebounding leader: Braxton Key, (5.5 rpg)
Assists leader: Ty Jerome (5.3 apg)
Famous non-athlete alum: Actress Tina Fey
Best individual matchup
Hunter vs. King. Hunter has blossomed into one of the most dynamic and versatile players in college basketball. King was an elite recruit who has developed into a highly productive freshman. King is two inches taller at 6-9, and he is deployed mostly in a matchup-zone type of defense. But it’s likely Hunter will be handed the assignment of containing King, who has scored in double figures in every March elimination game the Ducks have played. King is 15 of 30 from long distance in those games and went 32 minutes or more in the past five. Hunter has become a more featured part of UVA’s balanced offense as well, with five 20-point games over the past 12.
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Most eye-popping stat
Virginia ranks 353rd in tempo among Division I teams, according to KenPom.com. That’s out of 353 teams. The Cavaliers average 71.6 points per game because they are highly efficient when in possession of the ball. They are the second-most efficient offense, behind Gonzaga, which by the way, ranks first among all teams in tempo.
Virginia wins if …
The Cavaliers can find a workable solution for the Oregon zone, which has produced victories in 10 consecutive games and has held three straight opponents to 54 points or fewer. Virginia has the shooters and the patience to find its way through.
Oregon wins if …
The dynamism of King and 6-9 Kenny Wooten causes UVA more problems than anticipated. Virginia is a very capable offensive team but did have some problems against the electric athletes deployed by Duke. Are we comparing Oregon in anyway to Duke? Well, just one way. And no, King is not Zion Williamson or even RJ Barrett. But if you’re trying to concoct a scenario in which the Ducks might find a way to pull this out, the Ducks’ length and quickness would certainly be a prominent aspect of that.
Michigan is looking to return to the Final Four the second consecutive year and third time overall under John Beilein. The Wolverines are 5-2 in the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament under Beilein. Texas Tech is back in the Sweet 16 for the second straight season under Chris Beard. The Red Raiders advanced to the Elite Eight last season. This will be a defensive struggle.
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Here is more on what should be a tight Sweet 16 matchup out West:
No. 2 Michigan
Coach: John Beilein (37 years, 12 at Michigan)
Overall record: 30-6
Scoring leader: Ignas Brazdeikis (14.8 ppg)
Rebounding leader: Jon Teske (7.1 rpg)
Assists leader: Zavier Simpson (6.8 apg)
Famous non-athlete alum: James Earl Jones
No. 3 Texas Tech
Coach: Chris Beard (Six years, three at Tech)
Overall record: 28-6
Scoring leader: Jarrett Culver (18.8 ppg)
Rebounding leader: Culver (6.5 rpg)
Assists leader: Culver (3.8 apg)
Famous non-athlete alum: Colby Donaldson
Best individual matchup
Jarrett Culver vs. Charles Matthews. Culver is a potential NBA lottery pick who does it all for the Red Raiders. Culver averaged 22.5 points, 9.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists in the first two rounds. If he has that kind of night, then Michigan is in trouble. Matthews, meanwhile, opted to return to Michigan this season. He can be that all-around player ‚ he was in the first round against Montana with 22 points and 10 rebounds. This is a chance for Matthews to shine in a marquee matchup.
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Most eye-popping stat
Scoring defense. Michigan (58.2) and Texas Tech (59.2) are separated by just one point and rank second and third, respectively, in scoring defense. Virginia (55.0) is the only team that gives up fewer points. When the announcers say “first one to 60 wins” before the game, they aren’t joking. These two teams thrive on winning with their defense.
Michigan wins if …
Michigan’s defense, led by Simpson, forces turnovers. The Red Raiders averaged 14.3 turnovers per game in their losses this season. The Wolverines led the nation in fewest turnovers per game. The fact is, any one of Michigan’s five starters can key a victory is big. If Brazdeikis and Jordan Poole are both on, the Wolverines will be back in the Elite Eight.
Texas Tech wins if …
Culver does his thing and Texas Tech’s defense leads to Michigan standing around too much on offense. If the Wolverines settle for too many 3-pointers and aren’t hitting — a trend that prevented them from pulling away from Florida in the second round — then the Red Raiders will be in good shape. All five Tech starters scored in double figures against Buffalo. They need to continue that balance on offense.
MORE: Ranking Sweet 16 teams’ chances of winning it all
Sweet 16 pick
Michigan. It’s going to be tight, and Culver can carry Texas Tech to a victory here. The Red Raiders have a better record in games decided by 10 points or fewer, and all indications are this will be that kind of game. Simpson is the X-factor. If he stays out of foul trouble, Michigan’s balanced offense will find enough rhythm in the second half to pull out the victory.
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