Come Hang at the Bar this Weekend, It’s Been Too Long

Hey you,

Yes you! When was the last time you’ve been to a bar to watch a game? A week? A month maybe? Well, get ready because this week is your week!

Whether you are a basketball, hockey, baseball or soccer fan, we have something for you. Don’t worry we didn’t forget about boxing, cycling, softball and much more? Anyway, we hope you’ll have a great time at your bar. You won’t regret it. Don’t forget we are here to help!

And speaking about regret, you won’t regret watching this video about the best NBA Video Bombs from this past season. It’s hilarious!

It’s your game, don’t miss it! Find your bar!

Title sweep for the Huskies!

Dear Chasers,

This past week, we had an incredible week of sports. We crowned a new NCAA Basketball champion when UConn became the first #7 seed to win it all. The Lady Huskies of UConn were also able to capture  a NCAA championship on the women’s side. We had the two-time defending NBA champions Miami Heat getting swept in the season series by Brooklyn Nets. Wrestlemania 30 gave us a handful of memorable moments that we won’t forget (Undertaker’s Streak was broken!). Finally, the MLB season is in full swing as we head for some warmer weather. YES!

This week’s featured event comes from the world of boxing when Manny Pacquiao seeks revenge on Timothy Bradley. This is the rematch between the two welterweights in which, the first fight ended in controversial fashion with a split decision for Bradley. Check out this exciting fight this Saturday at your local bar.

Have a great weekend guys, and don’t forget to find a bar to watch your game!

This weekend game selection

A sneak peak of this weekend’s schedule (Mar. 21-23)

Schedule SportChaser

  • Friday – Chicago Bulls at Indiana Pacers – NBA – 7:00pm – Find a bar
  • Saturday – Chelsea vs Arsenal – BPL – 8:40am – Find a bar
  • Saturday – NY Rangers at NJ Devils – NHL – 7:00pm – Find a bar
  • Saturday – LA Dodgers vs Arizona Diamondbacks – MLB – 10:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sunday – Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona – La Liga – 4:00pm – Find a bar
  • All weekend  – March Madness – NCAAM – All Day – Find a bar

What type of bracket personality do I have?

March Madness is approaching fast and on Sunday, we found out what the NCAA Tournament would look like. But before you start your bracket, you must ask yourself, “What type of bracket personality do I have”. In this post, we will look at the some of the most ridiculous strategies that people use in order to win their pools. Hell, perhaps you’re even on this list.

1.       “Of course a #1 seed will beat a #4!”

Maybe, you’re “that guy”. A guy who ends up with a perfect bracket; and no, it does not mean you picked every game right. What it means is you were able to use logic and perfectly pick your bracket. Somehow you ended up with a bracket that has no upsets at all. Your bracket looks exactly like something that a person with no knowledge about college basketball made by taking the easy way out and selecting the higher seeds. Get ready to be laughed at by your office pool.

2.       “Why do you have a #10 seed and #14 seed in your Final Four?”

Perhaps, you’re this guy, the guy who was way too overzealous about a particular team. The guy who believes that he has somehow uncovered the next George Mason (do your research people). Maybe you somehow got that pick right in the early rounds, you know, the huge upset that destroyed everyone else’s bracket; and then fell in love with that team. Maybe it was a #14 seed from a Central Florida University that you never heard of. You can imagine these kids going into the tournament, hungry for the title,  with no one believing in them except themselves.  But thats all they need, because once they get there they will have pulled the biggest upset in college sports history. You can picture the joy on their faces, and imagine a compilation the team going up to the podium, the “freeze frame” the coach holding the trophy above his head, teammates surrounding him, joy and pride on their faces. End scene. There’s only one problem, this isn’t Hollywood. Be respectful towards the upsets, some people dreams have been crushed.

3.       “Did your 4-year old son pick your bracket?”

It’s understandable for people to not have a great amount of knowledge for college basketball. But honestly, not all of the games are a coin flip. Don’t be the guy whose bracket looks like you threw darts to make your decisions. Especially, if you have two #11 seeds and a #14 seed all advancing to the Sweet 16. Also, don’t pick teams just because you like their name. Just because Xavier reminds of Professor X from the X-men doesn’t mean they’re going to Final Four.

4.       “Did you know….ughhhhhhh!”

It’s possible that you are this person, or have met this type of person: The Statistic Man! Don’t we all love the person who thinks he is so much smarter than everyone else that he can’t help but tell you some ridiculous fact about something you didn’t even care about in the first place? This person probably doesn’t change around March Madness. They’ll probably come up with a fact about how Louisville hasn’t lost a game in the NCAA tournament when the game location is less than 800 miles away from Louisville since 2005. Are you kidding me? Look, it’s nice to know some facts (pretty much every tournament has had a #4 or #5 seed defeated in the first round) and play towards them, but there are “facts” out there that are ludicrous. So don’t base your decision on any fact that looks like this; “Duke has only won the national title when they were ranked #1, #5, #7, #12 in the nation, but only when they were seeded #1, #2, or #4 in the NCAA tournament and wearing their slightly darker blue jerseys (probably not true)”. If a “fact” sounds outrageous, it probably is, use common sense, don’t follow it.

5.       “Dicky V FTW!”

Sometimes we can’t always make our decisions for ourselves. Occasionally, we need some advice. Especially when that decision is who going to win between an #8 and #9 seed (I hate those games). This is when ESPN and the internet become your best friend. You spend countless hours searching for picks that “experts” have made. But, you eventually end up on some blogger’s site and that writer convinces you that a #5 seed is going to win it all (by the way, a #5 seed has never won the NCAA tournament). So be careful, listen to the “real experts” and follow your gut. Or better yet, listen to a friend of yours. At least if they make a bad decision, you can berate them about it. It’s better than smashing your computer, and more fun too.

6. “I’ve been up for 62 hours straight… JUST FILLING OUT MY BRACKETS”

When it comes to March Madness, let’s all be honest, we all fill out multiple brackets. If you’re like most people, maybe you’ll fill three or four solid brackets, with a handful of brackets that are filled with predictions that didn’t pan out. Perhaps you’re a little more hardcore, and you filled out 10-15 brackets that you think are awesome. Then there’s the guy who thinks he has the time to pick every conceivable bracket in the realm of the universe. This guy has made so many brackets that he has killed a tree….by himself. This guy has made so many brackets that he has forgotten what human contact feels like. He has made so many brackets, that he would put Jaime Madrox to shame (comic book reference). By all means, fill out as many brackets as your heart desires. But I can assure you, you are most likely not going to be able to fill out enough brackets to get that fabled “PERFECT” bracket.

So whoever you are, and whichever type of bracket personality you may have, we still love you at Sportchaser and remember to enjoy the Madness of March Madness. It’s one of the best times to be a sports fan. We wish you all the best of luck in all of your pools and leagues.

– Jon

This weekend on SportChaser – March 7 to March 9

A sneak peak of this weekend’s schedule on

  • Fri, March. 7th – Brooklyn Nets @ Boston Celtics – NBA – 7:30pm – Find a bar
  • Fri, March. 7th – Pacers @ Rockets – NBA – 9:30pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, March. 8th – North Carolina @ Duke – NCAA – 9:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, March. 8th – Chelsea vs Tottenham – BPL – 12:25pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, March. 8th – Sporting KC @ Sounders – MLS – 3:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, March. 9th – Miami Heat @ Chicago Bulls – NBA – 1:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, March. 9th – Tampa Bay Rays @ New York Yankees – MLB Spring Training – 4:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, March. 9th – Kobalt 400 – NASCAR – 3:00pm – Find a bar


This weekend on SportChaser – Feb. 14 to Feb. 16

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Fri, Feb. 14th – Men’s Curling: USA @ Russia – Sochi – 5:00pm – Find a bar
Fri, Feb. 14th – WWE SmackDown – WWE – 8:00pm – Find a bar
Fri, Feb. 14th – BBVA Rising Stars Challenge – NBA – 9:00pm – Find a bar
Sat, Feb. 15th – Chelsea @ Man. City – English Soccer – 12:00pm – Find a bar
Sat, Feb. 15th – Men’s Hockey: Russia @ USA – Sochi   – 7:00pm – Find a bar
Sat, Feb. 15th – Stanford Cardinal @ Washington State Cougars – College Basketball – 7:00pm – Find a bar
Sun, Feb. 16th – Wisconsin Badgers @ Michigan Wolverines – College Basketball – 1:00pm – Find a bar
Sun, Feb. 16th – Sampdoria at Roma – Italian soccer – 2:40pm – Find a bar
Sun, Feb. 16th – 2014 NBA All Star Game – NBA – 8:00pm – Find a bar

This weekend on SportChaser – Jan. 24 to Jan. 26

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  • Fri, Jan. 24th – UCLA Bruins @ Stanford Cardinal – NCAA – 11:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 25th – Florida State @ Duke Blue Devils – NCAA – 12:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 25th – Henderson vs. Thomson – UFC – 8:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 25th – Ohio State @ Wisconsin – College Hockey – 8:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, Jan. 26th – Australian Open – Men’s Final – Tennis – 3:30am – Find a bar
  • Sun, Jan. 26th – NY Rangers @ NJ Devils – NHL – 12:30pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, Jan. 26th – Marseille vs Monaco – French Soccer – 2:45pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, Jan. 26th – WWE: Royal Rumble – 7:00pm – UFC – Find a bar
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A sneak peak of this weekend’s schedule (01/10-01/12)

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  • Fri, Jan. 10th – Maple Leafs @ Capitals – NHL – 7:00pm – Find a bar
  • Fri, Jan. 10th – Miami Heat @ Brooklyn Nets – NBA – 8:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 11th – RC Toulon vs Cardiff Blues – Rugby – 10:30am – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 11th – Atletico vs Barcelona – Spanish Soccer – 1:55pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 11th – Saints @ Seattle – NFL – 4:30pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 11th – Colts @ Patriots – NFL – 8:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, Jan. 12th – Chargers @ Broncos – NFL – 4:30pm –  Find a bar
  • Sun, Jan. 12th – UCLA Bruins @ Arizona State Sun Devils – NCAA – 3:00pm –  Find a bar

A sneak peak of this weekend’s schedule (01/03-01/05)

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  • Fri, Jan. 3rd – Raptors @ Wizards – NBA – 7:00pm – Find a bar
  • Fri, Jan. 3rd – NY Rangers @ Pittsburgh Penguins – NHL – 7:00pm – Find a bar
  • Fri, Jan. 3rd –  Ohio State @ Clemson – College Football – 8:30pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 4th – Tottenham @ Arsenal – English Soccer – 12:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Jan. 4th – Saints @ Eagles – NFL – 8:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun. Jan. 5th – 49ers @ Packers – NFL – 4:30pm – Find a bar
  • Sun, Jan. 5th – USC Trojans @ UCLA Bruins – NCAA Basketball – 3:00pm – Find a bar

A sneak peak of this weekend’s schedule (12/27-12/29)

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  • Fri, Dec. 27th – The Ashes Fourth Test – Cricket – 6:30pm – Find a bar
  • Fri, Dec. 27th – ULM @ Ohio State – NCAA Basketball – 7:00pm – Find a Bar
  • Sat, Dec 28th – 2013 New Era Pinstripe Bowl – 12:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Dec 28th – Brooklyn Nets @ Indiana Pacers – NBA – 7:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sat, Dec. 28th – UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva 2 – UFC – 10:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun. Dec. 29th – Newcastle vs Arsenal – English Soccer – 8:30am – Find a bar
  • Sun, Dec. 29th – Eagles @ Cowboys – NFL – 3:00pm – Find a bar
  • Sun. Dec. 29th – NY Rangers @ TB Lightning – NHL – 7:00pm – Find a bar