Catch the latest episode of Week N Sports: The Big O Capes up for Russell Westbrook’s MVP Hopes, Tony Romo Takes it to the Booth
Final Four recap. Mississippi St. ends UConn’s streak and bid for a 5th consecutive NCAA Championship. Kelsey Plum of Washington, and Frank Mason of Kansas win Player of the Year Honors. Geno Auriemma and Mark Few win Naismith Coach of the Year Honors. South Carolina and Dawn Staley win the Women’s NCAA Championship, Roy Williams and North Carolina win the Men’s NCAA Championship. Russell Westbrook becomes the second player behind Oscar Robertson to average a triple –double in a single season. Westbrook ties the Big O with 41 triple-doubles in a single season and gets the Big O’s endorsement for MVP. Tony Romo talks retirement and heads to the booth. Marshawn Lynch and the Raiders talk will Beast Mode reactivate? Plus, all the shenanigans from the world of sports.

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Source: The Big O Capes up for Russell Westbrook’s MVP Hopes, Tony Romo Takes it to the Booth

Frank Mason

Geno Auriemma and Mark Few Win AP and Naismith Coach of the Year Honors

Kelsey Plum’s All-Star Season Leads to More Hardware in Dallas

MVP Theft, Sorry Beard Great isn’t Good Enough

Mississippi State Takes on UCONN in David vs. Goliath Final Four Finale.



Veteran sports and entertainment journalist, Karintha Styles holds court at the intersection of sports and pop culture. Seamlessly she weaves common sense, tough love, and quick wit through her writing and commentary. Currently, she hosts Week N Sports and Styles & Kaikai with Elizabeth Kaikai. You can find the Detroit native’s work on numerous media outlets including Fox Sports, Yahoo Sports, BET, iHeart Media, and Hoops Habit.

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