My favorite Oregon Ducks websites on the www

Ducks Cheerleaders

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox stops by today to give you his favorite Ducks go to websites when he needs team coverage, press conferences, breaking Pac 12 and college football news and more. Bryant lists websites he is sure will give you a variety of up-to-date information as well as articles that will keep you full of Ducks info. Northwest Sports Beat, Oregonlive, 750thegame, make the list.

Five looming questions as Sounders enter busy season part deux

Freddy Montero will be giving his thumbs up from the sidelines after receiving a red card against Portland.

NWSB insider and Seattle Sounders FC blogger Josh D tells us his five looming questions about the rough upcoming stretch for the Sounders. Can the team compete with the Elite teams in the leage like Sporting KC and Real Salt Lake? When is the big 4 going to get some significant time on the pitch together? And last but not least, Is Freddy Montero leaving during the summer transfer window?

My favorite Oregon St. Beavers websites on the www

OSU Beavers Cheerleader

NWSB Insider and Seattle Sounders writer Jonathan Irwin brings us his favorite Oregon State Beavers websites on the web. With of course nwsportsbeat.com being the best there is to offer, there are some other local, and national media based sites that offer some good rundowns of Beaver athletics. The list is sure to keep you in touch with your inner black and orange.

My favorite Seattle Sounders FC websites on the www

Can't find Sounders coverage anywhere? I got you covered! (photo zimbio.com)

NWSB Insider and Seattle Sounders writer Clinton Bell brings us his favorite Seattle Sounders FC websites on the web. With of course nwsportsbeat.com being the best there is to offer, there are some other local, and national media based sites that offer some good rundowns of Sounders matches. MLS Soccer, You Tube, NWSB, Seattle PI, SoundersFC, and SoundersU23.com are my favorites.

My favorite Seattle Seahawks websites on the www

Seattle Times Seahawks blog

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church stops by today to give you his favorite Seahawks go to websites when he needs team coverage, press conferences, breaking NFL news and more. The Seattle Times, Field Gulls, 12thManRising, MyNorthwest.com (because of Brock and Salk), Mike Sando’s NFC West blog, and more make his list. Oh and us NWSportsBeat.com Seahawks blog.

Rick’s Picks: The weekly Portland Trail Blazers all-stars

Wesley Matthews

NWSB Insider and Portland Trail Blazers blogger Rick Stella weighs in with his Trailblazers weekly three all stars post. Here are the few noteworthy performers through April 24th of the Portland Trailblazers 2011-12 campaign. Note to Paul Allen: will you please re-sign JJ Hickson this offseason, and not let him back in to the free agency pool?

Canucks Bieksa Pretends to be Kesler in Radio Interview

bieksa canucks

Josh Hall,Vancouver Canucks blogger cites a radio interview with “Ryan Kesler,” who is actually Kevin Bieksa. Unfortunately for FOX Sports Radio Host Canadian Mike aka Mike Dunsmore, he has no idea.

Rick’s Picks: The weekly Portland Trail Blazers all-stars

J.J. Hickson

NWSB Insider and Portland Trail Blazers blogger Rick Stella weighs in with his Trailblazers weekly three all stars post. Here are the few noteworthy performers through April 17th of the Portland Trailblazers 2011-12 campaign. I know what you’re thinking, how could Hasheem Thabeet ever get mentioned in a best-of column? J.J. Hickson, taking the place of the ailing LaMarcus Aldridge has been great.

Rick’s Picks: The weekly Portland Trail Blazers all-stars

LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland Blazers

NWSB Insider and Portland Trail Blazers blogger Rick Stella weighs in with his Trailblazers weekly three all stars post. Here are the few noteworthy performers through April 9th of the Portland Trailblazers 2011-12 campaign. Who would’ve guessed that LaMarcus Aldridge would’ve made the list again? Aldridge lit up Dallas in an overtime win with some help from Raymond Felton.

State of the Canucks – weekly notebook | March 30th

Canucks Hockey News

Our man Kevin V. is back with another edition of the Vancouver Canucks Notebook. The NHL decided a five-game suspension was appropriate for Duncan Keith’s vicious elbow to the head of Daniel Sedin, but what of the victim and his recovery? Cory Schneider continues to shine is his role as the Canucks backup. Plus more insider news coverage on Van City.

State of the Canucks – Weekly Notebook | March 23rd

Canucks Hockey News

Our man Kevin V. is back with another edition of the Vancouver Canucks Notebook. Before the madness on Madison claimed Daniel Sedin in Chicago, earlier this week a couple of the Canucks were doing their part to promote equality in sports through the You Can Play Project. Ryan Kesler and Henrik Sedin do good things to represent Canucks nation.

Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps March 20th

Joe Cannon

Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. As we saw on the weekend, Joe Cannon suffered what appeared to be a thigh strain during match action, and now Darren Mattocks appears to have injured himself in some kind of kitchen based accident on Monday evening.