• Yoon Suk-Min Returns in KBO

    Yoon Suk-Min Returns in KBO0

    Yoon Suk-min, a former MVP-winning pitcher for the Kia Tigers, looked solid on Tuesday in his first official appearance for his Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) club in more than a year. Yoon, the 2011 regular season MVP, started the Tigers’ Futures League game against the KT Wiz affiliate in Hampyeong, some 380 kilometers south of

  • What’s in Store for The Utah Jazz?

    What’s in Store for The Utah Jazz?0

    After losing Gordon Hayward to free agency, the bulk of the pressure to get the team moving was passed on to Gobert. The 25-year-old Frenchman is not a high-profile star; neither is he one of the top-rank players. He does, after all, need a little more fine-tuning on his offense, but he has enough skill

  • Men’s Hockey Team Suffers Another Loss

    Men’s Hockey Team Suffers Another Loss0

    Korea lost its fourth consecutive game at the men’s ice hockey world championship in Herning, Denmark, on Wednesday. The 18th-ranked Korea lost to world No. 7 Germany 6-1 in Group B action at the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship. Canadian-born forward Brock Radunske scored Korea’s lone goal in the third period – the

  • The Warriors and Rockets: Time to Play

    The Warriors and Rockets: Time to Play0

    The Western Conference comes down to a very exciting end – with two teams that have both barreled through the season, inevitably giving us a good show before we even get to the finals. The Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets have been moving at very similar paces, and we at 777iGame anticipate these

  • Will the Dinos Go the Distance This Season?

    Will the Dinos Go the Distance This Season?0

    For the first two weeks of the season, everything seemed to be going the NC Dinos’ way. The Dinos, the perennial bridesmaids of the Korean baseball world, have come within bunting distance of the KBO series title for the past four seasons, but never quite managed to go the distance. It looked like things were

  • Park Sung-Hyun Wins her 3rd LPGA Title

    Park Sung-Hyun Wins her 3rd LPGA Title0

    Park Sung-Hyun bagged her third win at the LPGA Texas Classic last Sunday, at the Old American Golf Club in The Colony, Texas, USA. She finished her game by gaining one shot ahead of American runner-up Lindy Duncan. Park shot five under par in the final round with five birdies, two bogeys, and an eagle.