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Adam Johnson

About Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson is a sophomore at Grand Canyon University.  Studying Sports Management, Adam is looking to work in broadcasting after graduation.  Adam is originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota but has been in Arizona the past eight years.  Being from Minnesota, he is a hometown fan of all the Minnesota teams, especially the Vikings.  Sports have been a part of Adam’s life since childhood, and his passion for them has only grown over time.  He currently works in the Grand Canyon University Arena, where he does video work for many of the games and concerts.  You can follow Adam on Instagram and Twitter at @Mr_GCU.
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No Position Safe In Cardinals Camp

The Arizona Cardinals are entering the 2014 season with high expectations. Last season, the Cards surprised the league by rounding up 10 wins.  An effort that was impressive, but just short of a playoff bid.  Blame the brutal NFC West … Continue reading

NBA: Welcome Home King James

The LeBron James announcement Friday morning marks not only one of the most historic moments in basketball history, but perhaps, in the history of American sports. This time, ‘The Decision’ lacked the glitz the now 29-year-old provided the world the … Continue reading

Germany and Argentina Face Off Once Again for World Cup Glory

Germany and Argentina remain as the final two teams playing for the World Cup championship.  The two squads will meet Sunday afternoon, coming off of very unique and different semifinal matches. Germany advances after an absolute rout of Brazil.  The … Continue reading

USA Soccer Emerges From Group of Death

With the NBA Finals and Stanley Cup Finals in the rearview mirror, sports fans in America are locked into the World Cup.  For a sporting event that only comes around once every four years, many casual American sports fans have … Continue reading

NBA: 7 Reasons Why You Should Be Interested In The NBA FInals

After listening to much of the chatter around me these past few days, I have come to the conclusion that this was not the ideal matchup every NBA fan desired.  Based on the four remaining teams, the Spurs and Heat … Continue reading

Heat Poised for Another Finals Appearance

Coming into the Eastern Conference Finals series, the first seeded Pacers were considered the underdog.  Now we see why.  Even with obstacles of their own, Miami has outplayed the Pacers on every level. This evening might just finish off the … Continue reading

Heat look to make adjustments with threat of 0-2 hole

The Indiana Pacers came out hot in game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. As I pointed out in my article last week, the Pacers had to take advantage of the home crowd energy they have at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.  … Continue reading

Pacers sneak past Wizards to face Miami in Eastern Conference Finals

No one quite really knows which Pacer team will show up each game.  One moment the team is trailing by 30, and the next they are closing out a series convincingly. Indiana can thank veteran David West for most of … Continue reading

Vikings aim to once again strike gold in NFL Draft

The 2013-2014 season was one to forget for the Minnesota Vikings.  Coming off of a playoff season, with a 2,000 yard running back, the downfall was a true disappointment for Vikings fans.  The team went 5-10-1 in a season that … Continue reading

Wild win dramatic game 7, seek to carry momentum to Chicago

Wednesday night showcased some of the best game 7 playoff hockey any of us could ask for. While most of the nation was most likely checking out the NBA playoffs, the NHL served us all with a gem.  The Minnesota … Continue reading