In last month’s blog, we talked about stuff every man cave should have in it. Little things like comfortable seats to an awesome entertainment system help turn just an ordinary basement into a top-of-the-line man cave.
If our last blog did not convince you to get a man cave, hopefully, this blog about upcoming sporting events will help you make the decision to turn that unused cellar into a fortitude of testosterone.
NCAA Men’s Lacrosse National Championship – Memorial Day Weekend (Boston, MA)
Lacrosse has seen an explosion in popularity within the past 5-to-10 years, in particular, college lacrosse. College lacrosse is arguably more popular than their professional counterpart. The first round of the tournament kicked off just this past weekend, and a champion will be crowned on Memorial Day. You can watch the semifinal games on Sat. May 27 and the national championship Mon. May 29 at 1 pm.
NBA Finals – June 2017 (TBD)
The 2017 playoffs haven’t given us much to watch up until this point outside of recent matchup between the Washington Wizards and the Boston Celtics. The Celtics surprised many by snagging the coveted No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference. Now with a Kawhi Leonard injury damaging the San Antonio Spurs, the clear matchup for the finals will most likely be a ridiculous third rematch of the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Buckle up folks; it’s about to get interesting.
NHL Stanley Cup Finals – June 2017 (TBD)
The Pittsburgh Penguins look to repeat as Stanley Cup Champions. The only team standing in their way within the Eastern Conference is the Ottawa Senators, While the Anaheim Ducks and Nashville Predators battle it out in the Western Conference, a possible rematch of the 2007 Stanley Cup Finals between the Ducks and the Senators would be a compelling matchup. However, if the Predators advance out of the Western Conference, it’ll mark the franchise’s first Stanley Cup Finals appearance.
(Golf) US Open – June 15-18, 2017 (Erin Hills, Wisconsin)
It’s going to be hard to outdo the greatness we were witnesses to for the 2017 Masters in April, but the US Open does not look like it’s going to disappoint. The action for the Masters started before the first tee-off when one of the favorites to win, Dustin Johnson, withdrew just 24 hours before the tournament started after suffering an injured back from falling down the steps. DJ was playing the best golf of his career, winning his last three PGA Tour events prior to the Masters. Johnson is no surprise the favorite to win (+650) this year’s US Open.
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