Sunday golf cancelled at 5:35 p.m.
The Pebble Beach Pro-Am final round has been postponed until Monday, so the Streak has cancelled the Sunday proposition matchup. Anyone who selected this matchup has been given a push and is unlocked.
Pebble Beach delay at 1:52 p.m.
Inclement weather has delayed the tee times for the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The Streak has accordingly moved the lock time to 6 p.m. ET. If the final round is not played, then all picks for this matchup will be given a push.
Soccer, golf, the big ball is back, Daytona 500, and the NBA All-Star Game. The party is on for Sunday's vacation-themed Streak for The Cash board.
Buongiorno from beautiful Bergamo, where Atalanta hosts AS Roma in a Serie A clash. Despite being on the road, Roma is a considerable favorite, so we're giving the Nerazzurri the draw as well.
Speaking of beautiful places to visit, Sunday is also the final round of the PGA Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Little-known Dustin Johnson is four shots clear of the rest of the field, so the Streak's matchup is between Dustin and everyone else.
Continuing with our vacation theme, some Streakers might prefer a bit more glamour and glitz. If that's the case, the Streak delivers with the PBA USBC Masters Finals from Las Vegas. Michigan's John Nolen is at the top of the stepladder, but he still needs to win one more game to claim first prize.
A very popular winter destination is Florida. The Streak aims to please, so on Sunday we've got the biggest NASCAR race of the season. We've pitted Dale Earnhardt Jr. against Jeff Gordon in a "who will finish higher" matchup for the Daytona 500.
2009 NBA All-Star Game (Phoenix, AZ)
Our featured matchup of the night comes from one more warm weather haven - the best basketball players in the world will be on the hardwood in Phoenix for the NBA's annual superstar showcase. We're putting the game on our slate straight up - East versus West.
[I feel like Bob Barker here. Should I now say "This can all be yours if The Price is Right...?"]
Streakers bounced back from their sorry Friday performance by winning nearly two thirds of their Saturday picks. Leading the way were Kansas (who trailed early but came on strong) and Creighton (who took command from the opening tip and never gave it up).