Pilgrim Nation is one of the three best sports in the United States: basketball, baseball and ice hockey
Bart John Westerduin and Pilgrim Nation’s Paco Pusteros Lyon present American games with a Leiden twist. (Photo: Jerry van Beckel).
The basketball league also ends in the United States, so focus on the NBA Finals at Pilgrim Nation, then switch to the baseball league that just started, and then end up in the snow. Bart John Westerduin and Paco Pusteros Lyon discuss sports issues in the United States.
This year, the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors will compete for the title in the NBA Finals. A surprising final, neither team is definitely a favorite. The Celtics struggled until the playoffs with two seven-game runs. In doing so, they knocked out defending champion Milwaukee Bucks. The Warriors series was relatively easy, requiring slightly fewer games to reach the final.
What is remarkable about both teams is that they are both young and old and not a great team. Paco and Bart John predict the Golden State Warriors will win the title in six games.
After Stadium Classic (Hip Hop Hooray – Naughty by Nature), the focus was on the baseball major league. The first two months of the season are over. Who are the good guys, who are the bad guys and how the Dutch do it. The Jurition professor is currently playing his best season with the San Diego Patres. Here he shows spectacular and good fielding action and is strong in batting, and he is on the starting line in every game. Kenley Johnson is still unbeaten and his team, the Atlanta Braves, are doing well in the tournament.
As the NHL play-offs began, the Pilgrim Nation turned to ice in the second half. The history and history of the four teams in the semifinals was discussed. According to the providers, focus on the most beautiful logos in the professional game. Also NHL Winterclassic, a game that is played every year in the open air.
The last broadcast of the Pilgrim Nation season is Wednesday, June 29th.
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