2018 Sports Predictions with 790

Zaslow, Romberg & Amber
December 22, 2017 - 10:23 am

Zaslow, Romberg & Amber:
The Marlins won’t win 50 games. Romberg says Amber will be engaged.


Tobin, Beast & Leroy:

Pat Riley will pull off a trade to get Anthony Davis to the Miami Heat and we’ll be renaming it UniBroward County.
Scientists will prove that pizza is the key to a long, healthy life.
Only team locally that’s going to take a step forward is the Canes’ football team. Mark Richt will build upon their satisfying season in 2017 and take the program to the next level where they can get beat a team like Clemson in the ACC Championship Game.
Beast says he will lose more stupid bets. He will end up wearing more women’s clothing and volunteer plenty more times to strip down to as little as corporate will allow him to. There’s a good chance you'll see him with glitter in his beard and a red rubber ball in his mouth. He’s not proud of his lack of ability to win bets, but he is shameless, which is why you both love him and hate him as a radio host. Ok, it’s mostly hate.

Curtis & Perk:
The Miami Heat will finish with a 45-37 record and the 5th seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs. They will beat the Washington Wizards in the First Round in 7 games and ultimately lose to the Boston Celtics in a hard fought 6 game series in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals.
The Miami Marlins will lose a franchise record 117 games and challenge the 1962 New York Mets for the worst record in modern day history with 120 losses.

Having gotten the Heat back into the playoffs in the 2017-18 season, Pat Riley will once again be the architect of the offseason in the summer of 2018. Following that and before the new season begins, Riley will stun the basketball world and retire to a life of leisure.
To the dismay of everyone who is not a Patriots fan, the Patriots win their 6th Super Bowl and add to the historic resumes of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. And those same people who want to see New England knocked off the perch will also have to witness Brady win his 5th Super Bowl MVP trophy. 

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