It’s time to round out the top ten. Before we do that, let’s recap the week that was by looking at No. 20 – No. 11.
20) Jason Aldean
18) Mumford and Sons
17) Dave Matthews Band
16) Kenny Chesney
15) Paul McCartney
14) Luke Bryan
13) Golden State Warriors
11) Los Angeles Dodgers
Now, it’s time to look at the first half of our top ten before we count down the top five tomorrow!
10) New York Yankees
Despite not having most of their roster healthy, the New York Yankees have surprised Major League Baseball and have one of the best records in the game. Not having Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, Curtis Granderson, Derek Jeter, and others have actually lowered expectations for the Bronx Bombers and they have seemed to thrive under the pressure-free environment.
Rihanna’s North American tour has come to an end. Now, she is currently touring Europe and will have shows in Spain starting May 26. That being said, she has a few more American dates lined up for after her European tour. She will be performing in Denver, Dallas, Oklahoma City, and New Orleans in mid-November. It may be awhile away, but that doesn’t matter for a popular artist like Rihanna, who continues to be high in demand. [...]
The AFC East will generate a plethora of storylines this season and most of them will come from New England and New York.
Tim Tebow is excited to be in New York and Tom Brady will look to return to the Super Bowl. There’s no doubt that tickets for these teams will be hard to come by.
Then there are the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills. One team plays in a warm climate where fans have better things to do than watch a mediocre football team. And the other is trying to keep its team in upstate New York. Tickets for those two teams are a lot more inexpensive. [...]
If you were watching Monday night’s Los Angeles Clippers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder game, there was no way you missed Blake Griffin’s epic dunk over Kendrick Perkins., which is being noted as the dunk of the year – and we’re only 31 days in to 2012.
If you missed it, here’s the video.
LeBron James even chimed in on Twitter stating, “Dunk of the Year!! @blakegriffin just dunked on Kendrick Perkins so hard!! Wow!! I guess I’m #2 now. Move over #6.”
But LeBron, don’t be modest. Your dunk over Chicago Bulls’ John Lucas on Jan. 29 was almost gravity-defying.