They say that “March Madness" is one of the biggest, most exciting and most fun events in all of sports.” Here’s everything you need to know about the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament, which has been played annually since 1939.
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March Madness is a phenomenon that grips the national sports psyche from the second week of March through the first week of April. March Madness is the moniker that is given to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men's and Women's Basketball tournaments. These tournaments determine the national champions of college basketball.
The men's and women's NCAA basketball tournaments are beloved American sports traditions that send millions of college basketball fans into a synchronized frenzy each year. These are single-elimination tournaments, which means that the championship team has to win at least six games in a row to claim the title. One loss and you're going home.
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It's this high-stakes environment — plus the chance to witness a crazy "Cinderella-story" upset — that gives the tournament its March Madness nickname. March Madness is the concentrated hype of 68 men's teams and 64 women's teams vying for college basketball's biggest prize. It's the last-second, buzzer-beating baskets, the euphoria of winning to play another day or the agony of your season coming to an end. (copied from an article by Kevin Bonsor & Dave Roos at:
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Our basketball necklaces are a great inspirational gift to give to the entire team, (or to yourself), or that special basketball player. You can show your passion for basketball and Jesus at the same time. Philippians 4:13 is the bible verse that reminds you that true strength comes from Christ. You play for Christ, and your contentment and peace are constant in any and every situation (see Phil 4:12).