Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Top 5 Sport Websites
Top 5 Sport Websites There are literally thousands of websites to get your sports news information. If you want the latest headlines, up to second performance, publishing, or an in-depth analysis, there are a myriad of options for you. While some sites offer only one or two of these things, there are many that offer all this and more. My Top 5 están a continuación: 5th Yahoo! Sports (sports.yahoo.com) - this site is all flash and no substance. Appears essentially the same as it did five years ago. This is not necessarily negative, but not knock your socks off. All information that is necessary is available and updated. Columnist are not well known, such as sites, but are solid. 4th Fox Sports (msn.foxsports.com) - a few years ago this site was a disaster. It is the anti-Yahoo! - All flash and no substance. Recent years have lowered the flash and the increase of the substance. The gamecasts live on top of the page are very innovative. For example, a game of baseball, not only to see the customer, but also an overview of the corridors of diamonds and what they are in the database. If you are interested in a game that you can scroll your mouse over it and get more details. If Fox continues to innovate, not the number 4 for a long period of time. 3rd Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) - this site excels in two things - editorials and rumors. They are the best writers (they are Sports Illustrated, after all) and they do an excellent job of providing tons of content. Peter King's Monday moing column Oro is absolutely priceless. Also draw up a "Truth and Rumors section for each major sport. It 'basically a collection of all the voices of local newspapers across the country. But above all, it's free, unlike ESPN rumors. 2nd CBS Sportsline (cbs.sportsline.com) - especially great Sportsline - which are often the first to break the news, gamecasts are innovative and effective, and what it's worth the fantasy sports are the best on the web. Well, they are great at everything except editorials and analysis, and are horrible at it. Tony Mejia, Dennis Dodd, Pete Prisco, and Greg Doyle are the worst group of sports writers on the web. Where are their editorial broadcast from people like Jim Nantz and Billy Packer? ESPN and FOX manage their on air personalities to write, perhaps you should consider the possibility that the CSB. Read the comments at the bottom of each article in one of those writers and you realize that I am not the only one who thinks that is horrible. 1. ESPN (- are constantly in view of the curve in every aspect. They are the leaders in the world of sport and show no signs of renouncing the crown on the web. Praise for the best personalities - John Clayton, Steven A. Smith, Barry Melrose , and Peter Gammons - to write good articles regularly. The only drawback is that much information is hidden in the 'Insider', ESPN paid service. It 'frustrating to read a title, click, and then realize that it is not can read the story, because you must pay for this.