Hollywood Bowl Concerts

Hollywood Bowl Concerts Perfect Way To Spend Summer Nights

Hollywood Bowl Concerts are a perfect way to enjoy the warm beautiful summer nights in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Bowl is great if you’re taking that someone special out on the town or with a group of friends looking to enjoy some great music, wine, food and more. There are over 50 Hollywood Bowl concerts a year giving with enough diversity for everyone’s musical tastes.

The Hollywood Bowl Concert schedule varies from year to year but has been the venue of choice for numerous concerts for many years such as the Playboy Jazz Festival, Mariachi USA, Smooth Summer Jazz festival and many others.

Upcoming Hollywood Bowl Concerts

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If you have never been to a concert at the Hollywood Bowl now is a perfect time to knock it off your bucket list. You can use our special Hollywood Bowl concert promo code at get $20.00 off your tickets.

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Hollywood Bowl Concerts Trivia

John Williams has played the Hollywood Bowl more times than any other act as he has played 14 times at the Bowl. Elton John has held ten Hollywood Bowl concerts followed by Ray Charles who has played there nine times. The Dave Matthews Band, Sting and Aerosmith have all played the Hollywood Bowl four times as well.
As far back as August 14th 1943 when Frank Sinatra performed at the Hollywood Bowl with such songs as Dancing in the Dark, Night and Day, You’ll Never Know, the Song Is You, Ol’ Man River, It’s Always You, Embraceable You, She’s Funny That Way and All or Nothing at All the Bowl has been the synonymous with great music and legendary concerts.

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NBA Finals Game 2 recap

NBA Finals Game 2 Cavs get franchise first Finals win

NBA Finals Game 2 – Cavs get franchise first Finals win, can they win 3 more?

The Cleveland Cavaliers, led by Lebron James, won their first Finals game as a franchise. This is just the second time the Cavs are in the Finals, and the last time they were here, the team was smoked by the Spurs 4-0. This time, however, Lebron James is more mature, with 2 rings on his hands, and is ready to take the challenge. The first two games showed a lot of patterns, and the question now is can the Cavs win three more games and bring that elusive title to Cleveland. Here are some things we learned from NBA Finals Game 2 which the Cavs won 95-93 in overtime.

Matt Dellavedova is more than just “dirty” player

During these playoffs, Matthew was heavily criticized by fans about his dirty play, and alleged intentional fouls and run-ins. So far, three victims fall to his play, including Chicago’s Taj Gibson, and Atlanta’s Kyle Korver and Al Horford. When the reports of Kyrie Irving’s injury went online, there was a meme showing Dellavedova thinking about his next target, Steph Curry. But Matt showed in Game 2 he is more than what many consider a dirty player. He was all over Curry in Game 2, contributing to the final stat sheet of the MVP, which read 19 points on 5-23 shooting. Dellavedova also contributed 9 points in 42 minutes of action, and had the second highest +/- on the Cavs at 15. The highest was scored by James Jones (+22).

Cleveland is setting up the pace

In two games, the Cavaliers have managed to set the pace, and slow down the Warriors significantly. The pace plays into Cavs favor, as they prefer half court battles rather than up-tempo style, especially now Kyrie Irving is missing the Finals. The teams have scored combined 496 points, 201 by the Warriors and 195 by the Cavs. The Warriors averaged more than 110+ points in the regular season, and they would love to get back to that pace.

Kerr is not afraid of messy tactics

The Golden State Warriors trailed 83-72 with little more than 3 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, but Kerr decided to go to a Shaq-a-Hack tactic. After Iggy hit a 3-pointer, Curry fouled Thristan Thompson, made a 3, and then fouled Thompson again. The power forward sank 2 of his 4 free throws in the NBA Finals Game 2. J.R.Smith then fouled Curry, who sank two of his free throws, resulting in a short burst of 8-2 in Warriors favor. They managed to close the gap with the tactic, which greatly helped them force the overtime.

Fatigue might catch up with James

We are all humans, including Lebron James. The isolation heavy offense is draining Lebron James, and the question is how much he can handle. It was evident in the fourth quarter that James is not at his best, since he was missing some easy and open shots. James played 50 minutes, had a triple double with 39 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists, but the general feeling is that in the long run, this type of play might eventually help the Warriors. James already has an experience playing almost alone versus a great, deep team in the Finals, and it might be the same result.

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Best/Worst of MLB Stadiums

What Stadium Offers the Best Fan Experience For Watching MLB?

Every single person who has attended a MLB game leaves the ground with their own personal memories of what made the experience great. It could be the atmosphere in the ground, the food, maybe they had some killer seats, or maybe they just lucked out and happened to be sitting next to the right people!

With an average attendance at 2015 MLB baseball games being well above 20,000, this means that there are over 20,000 of these personal memories being generated each game, and that begs the question – why is the fan experience so rarely talked about?

After much internal discussion, we here at Barry’s Tickets have decided to break down the ‘fan experience’ into 3 main categories:

  • Seats
  • Views
  • Food

Today, we’ll be assessing these factors to come up with some of the best and worst seats, views, and food to help you decide which ballparks you should really go out of the way to visit, and which, well… maybe they’re worth a look if you’re already in town, I guess.

The Seats

Great seats are about having a good view of the game, having an unobstructed view of  all the action, not having to stand up and lean over to see that line drive fly down the line and into the corner at the wall or the bullpen. There’s extra points from our judges up for grabs if the seats give you access to special services like food delivery. Basically, great seats are the opposite of this:

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Here’s a short list of what we at Barry’s Tickets consider to be the best seats in baseball:

  1. Legends Suite on the 1st Base Line, Yankee Stadium (NY Yankees) – These seats are some of the most famous in baseball. Not only will you be close to some of the most elite athletes in the MLB, but no other section will have you rubbing elbows with more A-List celebs than the Legends Suite seats behind the Yankees dugout. These seats however, come at a hefty cost, a single seat will run you up $400+ on any given day.
  2. Bleachers 101-105 behind right field wall, Chase Field (Arizona Diamondbacks) – These are the seats you want if your idea of a great night at the baseball is to walk away with a souvenir. During BP, baseballs will be showering down on you from          the Diamondbacks power hitters. The unique advantage of these seats is that they  are right next to the pool, so in the downtime during the game, there’ll be plenty to keep your attention.
  3. Park Club On the 1st base side of home plate, PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates) – Now these are some fantastic seats. You get an unobstructed, incredible view of the entire ballpark, access to 3 different club areas, which not only have amazing concessions (more on that later) but can provide you with respite from the cold on the chilling Pittsburgh nights, and in between the action, as you can see from the image below, you get a gorgeous glimpse of the scoreboard, the Roberto Clementine bridge, and the Pittsburgh skyline. The part that gives this the top spot over the others in the category, however, is that these seats usually cost around $50-$60, where seats of similar quality in other ballparks would run you $200-$400, easily.

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The Views

Views are features in a ballpark that add another element to the game. At their very best, the views can provide a reason to go to the park by themselves. We’ve collected a short list of views and attractions that we believe add the most to their respective ballparks.

  1. Water Fountains, Kauffman Stadium (KC Royals) – The Water Spectacular behind the right field wall in Kauffman Park truly lives up to it’s name. It is the largest privately funded water fountain in the world, clocking it at 322 feet. The waterfalls are constantly flowing before and after the game, and in between innings, and are absolutely worth going to the game to see!
  2. The Green Monster, Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox) – It’s kind of a cliché, sure, but it’s a cliché for a reason. The Green Monster is a feature like no other, as it often has a legitimate impact on how the game is played. How often have you seen a laser beam come off the bat that would be a homerun in any other ballpark, expertly played by the Boston left-fielder at the time to restrict the hitter to a double? No other view in baseball has such an impact as the Green Monster, and we honestly believe that it should be seen, and sat atop, by every true fan of baseball.
  3. The Nation’s Capitol (Washington Nationals) – It would definitely be unpatriotic of us to not have this in the leadoff slot. No more fitting tribute to the great nation exists, in our opinion – being able to see such a marvelous building while enjoying the entertainment of the nation’s most beloved past-time. It is a constant, symbolic reminder of why America is the number one nation in the world, that we can come together and enjoy being alive while the tough decisions are made in the background. We believe that the true value of baseball is represented in this landscape, and that every fan should come and see this view at least once in their life. This is why it sits at #1.

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The Food

Don’t underestimate the value of great food at a ballpark! Whether your team is up 10-0 or hitless through the first 6 innings, an amazing burger will still be an amazing burger. Our short list will give you a taste of some of the most outstanding signature food that’s available around the MLB stadiums.

  1. Primanti Bros. Sandwich, PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates) – Turns out that the great Park Club seats aren’t the only reason to pay PNC Park a visit. Their signature Primanti Bros sandwich begins with either steak or pastrami, then cheese is added, along with a topping of fries, slaw and tomato. All this goodness is packed in between two slices of Italian bread that are each an inch thick. The Primanti Bros. sandwich is an entire meal fit in between two buns, and it’s brilliant.
  2. Halo Dog, Angels Stadium in Anaheim (Los Angeles Angels) – The Halo Dog is not your standard hot dog, although it does begin with the standard pure beef dog. The difference is that it’s covered in bacon, charro beans, shredded Monterey Jack cheese and trademark Anaheim peppers. The Angel’s Mexican twist on the traditional LA hot dog tastes, dare we say… heavenly?
  3. Schmitter Sandwich, Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies) – Termed to be ‘Philadelphia’s big league sandwich’, the Schmitter is synonymous with Citizens Bank Park, although it was not created there. The Schmitter sandwich is a tribute to the traditional Philly cheesesteak, containing grilled salami on top of a Kaizer roll, finished off with a sauce consisting of hot sauce, lemon juice, smoked paprika, mayo and ketchup, among other things. It sounds a little off-kilter, but trust us, the result is truly mouthwatering. We have no doubt in awarding the Schmitter sandwich the award of being the best item of food in baseball.

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So, how did you like our lists? We hope you enjoyed seeing our opinion on some of the components that make up a great MLB Fan Experience! Let us know whether you agree or disagree with the rankings we’ve made. If you think of a category that really adds to the fan experience that you think we’ve missed, let us know! We might include it in a future article.

Last of all, if you want to visit these parks and see whether the real thing stands up to the hype that we’ve given it, then the best place to pick up tickets to visit these grounds is right here at Barry’s Tickets!

NBA Finals Game 2 recap

Golden State Warriors Stop Lebron James

How can the Golden State Warriors Stop Lebron James

The first question the Golden State Warriors will have to answer when they step on the court of the Oracle Arena in Game 1 is how they can stop or at least slow down Lebron James. The former MVP has been sensational during the playoffs, completely eviscerating teams like Chicago Bulls Game Seats and Atlanta Hawks. James is surely a top candidate for a playoffs MVP, and if the Cavs win, he will get the Finals MVP trophy for sure. When James is at his best, attacking and creating for others, few teams can slow him down. But the Warriors had the best defense during the regular season, and they are pretty solid in the playoffs as well.

Draymond Green = Kawhi Leonard

The first one to get a crack at James will probably be Draymond Green. He is the Warriors best defender, versatile enough to defend positions 1-4 and probably center as well. He has the length, the quickness, the craft and the strength to play James on the perimeter, and in the post as well. In the past two finals, Kawhi Leonard, a player very similar to Draymond Green had great success versus James. Leonard was not alone, as the Spurs backed him up, and every time James drove past Kawhi, he was greeted with another defender. The Warriors might try to replicate the strategy, and try to force James be a jumpshooter. He has little success from outside of the paint in the playoffs so far, and he is abysmal from 3-pt range, shooting just 17%.

Lebron James versus the Warriors

Lebron James played in just one game versus the Warriors the past season, and if that game is any indication, the Warriors are in trouble. He scored a season high in that game, guiding the Cavaliers to a 110 – 99 win. James shot 15 – 25 from the floor, and his aggressive play resulted in 11 free throws. The forward hit 8 of those free throws, and he also had a bunch of assists and rebounds to fill up the stat sheet.

Warriors line of victims this offseason

While the Cavs had to face few NBA All Star Game Tickets, and they had to go through more team oriented teams, the Warriors fought with 3 of the five All NBA First team members. James will be the fourth player from that company, and the fifth member is Steph Curry. In the first round, the Warriors stopped Anthony Davis, an MVP candidate. He did averaged 31 points and 11 rebounds, but the Warriors limited all other players from the Pelicans, leaving Davis alone. In the second round, the Warriors went through Memphis Grizzlies Tickets. The star center got his points, averaging 18+, but he was inefficient. The Warriors limited Gasol to less than 40% from the floor. Their best team defensive effort came versus MVP runner up, James Harden in the West Finals. The Warriors managed to keep Harden to under 20% shooting in two games, allowing him to score just 17 and 14 points in those matchups.

A team effort

While many will expect Draymond Green to do all the dirty work on James, the reality is that it will require a team effort. The good thing about the Warriors is that they can employ more than three 6-6 6-7 players on the floor at all times, giving them versatility to switch on James constantly. By throwing different defenders, the Warriors will hope to keep Lebron James out of rhythm. And whenever he droves past his defender, have Andrew Bogut at the rim waiting for him. The best news for the Warriors is that Kevin Love is injured. This allows the Warriors to crowd the paint, and keep two defenders there at all times. Thristan Thompson is doing admirable job of replacing Love in the playoffs, but he doesn’t have the range to spread the floor. And as long as the paint is packed, James might be forced into outside shots.

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NBA Finals Game 1

NBA Finals Game One Would you spend $23,403,00?

NBA Finals Game One: Would you spend $23,403,00?

With the NBA Finals Tickets Game One starting tonight at the Oracle Arena between the Warriors and Cavaliers tickets the average ticket price for NBA Finals Game One on the secondary market has hit $1250.00 per seat. While $1250 per ticket is still extremely high it has actually lowered -3.84% from $1300.00 per ticket where it topped out. That is a 1030.43% increase in average ticket price for Warriors game on the secondary market during the regular NBA season.

The Golden State Warriors Ticket prices on the secondary market climbed by over 57% this 2014-2015 season and averaged $115.00 per ticket where last season the average ticket price was $80.00 per ticket. The most staggering number of all is back in 2010 the average Golden State Warriors ticket price was $40.00 per ticket a 3025% increase in ticket prices on the secondary market to see a Warriors Game in the Finals. It’s also a 58407.50% increase if you wanted to sit court-side tonight at $23, 403.00 according to Stubhub’s website. Those are Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway stock increase type numbers.

While 99.99% of the world can’t afford the NBA Finals Game One $23,403.00 court-side seats to what might possibly become one of the best NBA Finals of all time the average price to get in to the Oracle Arena tonight is starting at $670.00 currently which is still a 482.60% increase in prices on the secondary market from the Warriors regular season average. You can get them as cheap as $250.00 a ticket bidding on Ebay. While certain sites such as VividSeats shows get in at $479.00 per ticket and goodseattickets show $551.00 per ticket when you get to the end of the sale there is a “service fee” which can add as much as 35% on top of that price.

If you wanted to head to Cleveland to the Quicken Loans Arena you can get into the NBA Finals game for just $390.00 per ticket or choose to sit court-side at the Warriors vs Cavaliers NBA Finals game which is running 22,281.00 per ticket a savings of 2.5% over seeing the games in Oakland. During the regular NBA season the Cleveland Cavaliers ticket prices Cavaliers Ticket price average on the secondary market averaged $240.00 per ticket.

The 2013-14 NBA Finals between the Miami Heat with Lebron James and the San Antonio Spurs averaged $950.00 per ticket. The 2011 NBA Finals with the Miami Heat vs Dallas Mavericks averaged $750.00 per ticket on the secondary market. The 2010 NBA Finals Game One between the Lakers can Celtics court-side tickets hit $30,000 on the secondary market. You can also checkout the 10 Most Expensive NBA Games of 2014-2015 season to sit courtside at.

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Chicago Cubs

Chicago Cubs: Look Out Cardinals, Here Come The Cubbies

Chicago Sports: The 2015 Chicago Cubs: Look Out Cardinals, Here Come The Cubbies

2015 promises to be another exciting year in Chicago sports, particularly baseball, where both the Chicago Cubs Tickets and White Sox Tickets made significant roster moves to put themselves back into contention. Let’s take a look at some of the Chicago Cubs’ acquisitions this past offseason and how they will help the team return to the top of the National League Central in 2015:

Jon Lester: The signings of Lester and new manager Joe Maddon were the two biggest moves the Cubs made this past offseason and will have a large impact on the team’s fortunes this year. Over the past nine years, Lester has established himself as one of Major League Baseball’s most dependable, rock-solid, high-achieving starting pitchers. A three-time All Star Tickets and two-time World Series champion with a career record of 116 wins, 67 losses and a 3.58 earned run average, Lester will lead a rotation that also includes young phenom Jake Arrieta, Jason Hammel, and Kyle Hendricks.

Miguel Montero: Acquired in a trade from the Diamondbacks Tickets, Montero is a two-time all star catcher with 97 career home runs. He will be a solid addition to the lineup, which includes first baseman and young star Anthony Rizzo and shortstop Starlin Castro.

Jason Hammel: Hammel, who pitched for the Cubs in 2014 before being traded to Oakland, boasts a solid career record of 245 wins and 187 losses; before being traded to the Athletics Tickets last year, he won eight games for the Cubs with a 2.98 earned run average. He’ll be a solid fixture behind ace Jon Lester.

Joe Maddon: Maddon, one of baseball’s most respected managers, was one of the Cubs’ earliest signings this past offseason. He is most noted for managing the Tampa Bay Rays Tickets from 2006 to 2014, rising them up from being the laughingstock of baseball to the American League championship in 2008 and playoff contention in subsequent seasons. Maddon is a two time Manager of the Year winner and will lead a Cubs team that looks to unseat the St. Louis Cardinals Tickets, perennial National League Central division winners.

The Chicago Cubs fans have responded favorably to the possibility of a successful season this year as well. Chicago Cubs ticket price average this season is $53.00 per ticket which is up 15.2% from last seasons average price of $46.00 per ticket.

Could 2015 be the year the Cubs finally reverse the Curse of the Billy Goat? Contact us for tickets to be a part of a special year in Wrigleyville.

Upcoming Chicago Cubs Games

Date Event Availabilty
Fri
3
Jul
1:20 PM
Miami Marlins at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Budweiser Bleacher Fridays: Red, White and Brew
Sat
4
Jul
6:15 PM
Miami Marlins at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Cubs Camo Cap
Sun
5
Jul
1:20 PM
Miami Marlins at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Anthony Rizzo Life-Size Fabric Growth Chart
Mon
6
Jul
7:05 PM
St Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Tue
7
Jul
12:20 PM
St Louis Cardinals (Rescheduled from 4715) at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Cubs Magnet Schedule
Tue
7
Jul
7:05 PM
St Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Wed
8
Jul
7:05 PM
St Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Cubs Cooler
Fri
10
Jul
3:05 PM
Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Budweiser Bleacher Fridays: Extra Innings Show – Fitz
Sat
11
Jul
3:05 PM
Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Mobile Power Bank
Sun
12
Jul
1:20 PM
Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
Color Your Own Cubs Insulated Lunch Bag

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U2 Setlist 2015 concert

U2 Setlist 2015 The Forum

U2 Seating Chart Concert U2 played the first of their five concerts at The Forum in Inglewood last night in front of 17,500 plus U2 fans. With a general admission pit and huge stage which Bono took complete advantage of giving fans in all area’s of The Forum a much closer view of the singer and the rest of the U2 band mates!

Here is the U2 Setlist 2015 The Forum Concert!
Set:1
The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)
The Electric Co. (“I Can See For Miles” snippet)
Vertigo (“Do You Remember Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio?” snippet)
I Will Follow
Iris (Hold Me Close)
Cedarwood Road
Song for Someone
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Raised by Wolves
Until the End of the World

Intermission: The Wanderer
Invisible
Even Better Than the Real Thing
Mysterious Ways
(Burning Down The House ( snippet), Young Americans (snippet)
California (There Is No End to Love)
(God Only Knows (snippet))
Sweetest Thing
Every Breaking Wave
(acoustic)
Bullet the Blue Sky
(19(snippet))
Pride (In the Name of Love)
(The Hands That Built America (snippet))
Beautiful Day
With or Without You
( I Remember You (snippet))

Encore:
City of Blinding Lights
Where the Streets Have No Name
(Mother and Child Reunion (snippet))
One
(Invisible (snippet)

All together the U2 setlist 2015 concert at The Forum contained twenty three songs for their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour!

Songs on Albums during the U2 Setlist 2015 The Forum Concert.
Songs of Innocence (8)
Achtung Baby (4)
The Joshua Tree (3)
Boy (2)
How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (2)
All That You Can’t Leave Behind (1)
The Best of 1980–1990 (1)
The Unforgettable Fire (1)
War (1)

Upcoming U2 Concerts

Date Event Availabilty
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2
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7:30 PM
U2
United Center  Chicago, IL
Mon
6
Jul
TBA
U2
Air Canada Centre  Toronto, ON
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7
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TBA
U2
Air Canada Centre  Toronto, ON
Fri
10
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7:30 PM
U2
TD Garden  Boston, MA
Sat
11
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7:30 PM
U2
TD Garden  Boston, MA
Tue
14
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7:30 PM
U2
TD Garden  Boston, MA
Wed
15
Jul
7:30 PM
U2
TD Garden  Boston, MA
Sat
18
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8:00 PM
U2
Madison Square Garden  New York, NY
Sun
19
Jul
8:00 PM
U2
Madison Square Garden  New York, NY

Full schedule of upcoming U2 Tickets

The U2 Setlist 2015 has been pretty constant during their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour adding and subtracting a song or two at each show.

Dont Miss U2 Tickets at The Forum! They play tonight (May 27th,) May 30th, MAY 31st and June 3rd will be their last concert in Los Angeles. The U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Concert Tour will be going till November 2nd when they play the O2 Arena in London.

You can also view The Forum in Inglewood Concert Schedule.

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Warriors win championship

Will the Warriors Win Championship

Four reasons the Warriors win championship

The four teams remaining in the NBA playoffs are the four best teams from the 2014 – 2015 season. They finished first and second in the West and first and second in the East. However, out of the four, many factors points that the Golden State Warriors are the favorites to win the Championship. The Cleveland Cavaliers, Atlanta Hawks and Houston Rockets Tickets all have a shot, but the stars are aligned for the Warriors this season. Here are four reasons why the Warriors Win Championship.

Health

Every team needs luck and health in order to win a championship. Sometimes an injury to a key player can cost a team their shot for title. Just ask the Oklahoma City Thunder, who were without Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka the past two playoffs. Out of the four remaining teams, the Warriors are the healthiest squad. Take the Cleveland Cavaliers tickets for example, who are left playing without one of their Big Three (Kevin Love), all while Kyrie Irving is nursing a knee injury and playing through the pain. The Atlanta Hawks have their own share of injuries, with reports that DeMarre Carroll might be done for the playoffs. Carroll is Atlanta’s best defender and role player. The Rockets have to start Jason Terry at point guard and also play Pablo Prigioni, two liabilities on defense. That is one of the reasons why Steph Curry is killing the Rockets in the West Finals.

Consistency

Consistency is a huge factor in the success of the team, and many teams underestimate the factor. Even the Miami Heat with James, Wade and Bosh in their prime years needed one year to learn to play with each other. The starting five of the Warriors is playing together for two and a half seasons now. The Hawks also have consistency on their side, but the Warriors have more talent. The Rockets had to endure half a season without Dwight Howard, and they practically changed half their role players from a season ago.

They play both ends of the floor

The Warriors and the Cavaliers are two teams that are in top 5 in both offensive and defensive efficiency. The Warriors defense has been mediocre in the first round, but the team has picked it up since then. They have won few games thanks to their defense. And they still have the best offense in the playoffs, tied with the Cavs at 107 points per 100 possessions. Out of the four remaining teams, only the Houston Rockets allow 100+ points per game. The Hawks are great defensively, but their offense is not clicking, scoring just 101 points per 100 possessions with lower efficiency than the Warriors and the Cavs.

They have the MVP

While statistics show that rarely the regular season MVP leads his team to Championship, Steph Curry has the chance to be one of those players. In the past seasons, only 22 times has the player who won the MVP award won a title with his team. And only 15 players have managed to do it. Michael Jordan did it four times, Russell did it four times, Bird did it two times and so on. The thing about Curry is that he is playing like an MVP in the playoffs as well. Curry has managed to bump his points to 28.7 per game, and averages 5.2 rebounds, 6.6 assists and 1.8 steals per game. His assists might be down, but Curry is managing to take over games, taking more shots, but still being extremely efficient, shooting 45% from the floor and 42% from behind the 3-pt line.

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Taylor Swifts top 10 songs

Taylor Swift’s Top 10 Songs

Taylor Swift had one amazing night at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards as she dominated them. Taylor won eight Billboard Awards including the top honors of “Top Artist” of the year. Swift also brought home the Billboard 200 award for Top 200 Album of the year for her “1989” as well as Top Female Artist of the year.

The Taylor Swift concert tour for “The 1989″ is in full swing and and so we thought we would bring you Taylor Swift’s Top 10 Songs in concert! Taylor is on her fourth world concert tour. Her “Fearless Tour” played 105 shows for 2009-2010. Her “Speak Now World Tour” played 110 shows between 2011-2012. Her “Red Tour” played 86 shows from 2013-2014. Her “The 1989 World Tour” will be well over 115 show around the world when she done in 2016.

Taylor Swift has released five albums in so far in her short career. Taylor Swift (2006)Fearless (2008) Speak Now (2010) Red (2012) 1989 (2014). To date Swift has released 111 song’s including singles and covers of other artist’s songs as well as her own songs. So choosing Taylor Swift’s top 10 songs by itself is tough as everyone has their own taste and each one of Taylor Swifts songs might mean something different personally to someone. Taylor Swifts top 10 songs might be different even then the top 10 songs she has won awards with. Knowing her fans the best we looked at the Taylor Swift top 10 songs she has played live and in concert so far. This is based on over 638 Taylor Swift performances be it in concert, award show or at an event. So without further ado.

Taylor Swift’s Top 10 Songs Played In Concert

1 Love Story 388 times.
2 Our Song 381 times.
3 You Belong with Me 351 times.
4 Should’ve Said No 271 times.
Tim McGraw 271 times.
Picture to Burn 271 times.
7 Teardrops on My Guitar 268 times.
8 Fearless 254 times.
9 Fifteen 239 times.
10 Sparks Fly 209 times.

Here is a list of Taylor Swifts Top 10 Songs she has covered.
1 Eminem Tickets 26 times. Taylor covered “Lose Yourself”.
2 Rihanna Tickets 10 times. Taylor covered “Take A Bow”.
3 Jesse McCartney 7 times. Taylor covered “Leavin”.
4 Beyoncé Tickets 6 times. Taylor covered “Irreplaceable”.
Jimmy Eat World 6 times. Taylor covered “The Middle”.
John Waite 6 times. Taylor covered “Missing You”.
7 Tim McGraw 4 times. Taylor covered “Highway Don’t Care”.
Nelly 4 Times. Taylor covered “Hey Porsche”.
Bon Jovi Tickets 4 times. Taylor covered “Livin on a Prayer”.
Alan Jackson 4 times. Taylor covered “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning”.

Taylor Swift even covered a Justin Bieber Tickets song “Baby” at the Taylor Siwft Los Angeles Staples Center with Justin Bieber Himself on her Speak Now World Tour on August 23rd 2011.

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Number One on Taylor Swift Top 10 Songs in Concert “Love Story”

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