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The West Indies way, let me put it, is different. Even their cricket anthem seems to be more a celebration that the others. The chest-roll, the gangnam, the Champion
The game is generally played at the site of the team holding the home advantage across the series. The nature of a best-of-seven series requires that the series be tied at 3 games apiece going into Game Seven, such that either team can take the serie
Shots that hit either the post or the crossbar are not considered Shots on Goal. Currently, they are quantified as a Missed Shot. These shots are included with shots that miss the net entirely; as such, they will appear in both Fenwick and Corsi tota
Before the 2013 NBA playoffs, many people speculated that the Miami Heat would go 16-0 (e. g. sweep every series) en route to their 2nd straight title
In the sport of cricket, an over is a set of six balls bowled from one end of a cricket pitch. In a normal over, a single bowler delivers six balls in succession, from one end of the pitch, to the batsman at the other end. After six deliveries, the u
Modern broadcasters provide the conventional coverage with loads more, implementing technology like never before, making more out of the game than just wood and leather. Providing visual splendor as well as scope for in-depth analysis, these new inve
To go through all Olympic tournaments prior to 1998, when the NHL permitted its players to take part in the Olympics, would require serious digging. It's possible there may be a scenario in which an Olympic gold medal-winning netminder was not a memb
2014 and 2006 both had 89 games played in them, based on a cursory scrape of Wikipedia (which is much harder than it should be, btw; some significant editing is needed for consistency!). Those are the two largest number of games played; however, pre
The England cricket team is the team that represents England and Wales (and until 1992 also Scotland) in international cricket. Since 1 January 1997 it has been governed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), having been previously governed by
The Umpire Decision Review System (abbreviated as UDRS or DRS) is a technology-based system used in the sport of cricket. The system was first introduced in Test cricket, for the sole purpose of reviewing controversial decisions made by the on-field