I'm all for video montages becoming a staple of networks signing off their sports coverage for a given year. CBS has done it for years with One Shining Moment and the NCAA Tournament and CBC put one together after the Blackhawks defeated the Bruins in Game 6 to lift the Stanley Cup. CBC's video packages are traditionally excellent and this is no exception. As a bonus, the Rolling Stones are a great change of pace from hearing Fall Out Boy 138 times over the last 2 weeks on NBC. It's a fantastic way to remember a great postseason.
More video montages... less debate about who "won" the series and who "lost" it.
H/T Sporting News
What a series. People called Spurs/Heat a classic. This series was the definition of classic. And the way that it ended.....bizarre and thrilling at the same time. ESPN even had Cup coverage for the first ten minutes of SportsCenter this morning. Must be a slow NBA/Tebow news day for them. Man, I'm gonna miss hockey till October.
@Jason Cheseborough The four-letter network has been trying for 5 days to get Aaron Hernandez arrested so they could move the story along.
Since it didn't happen, they will move on to real sports stories.