In the vast majority of sports, the biggest star via popularity is also that sport's best player. Tom Brady in the NFL, LeBron James in the NBA, etc.
The Kansas City Chiefs will host an AFC Championship Game for a third straight season Sunday as they look to keep their chances of repeating as Super Bowl champions alive against the Buffalo Bills.
The UFC generally jams as many cards on Fight Island as possible when it visits there over the span of a few weeks.
The San Francisco 49ers have played in the NFC Championship Game 15 times, the most of any team.
Kansas City can get back to the big game Sunday if Reid's second-seeded Chiefs as 7.5-point favorites beat the sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game.
The return of Conor McGregor to the Octagon is a headline on its own; is a -325 favorite over Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone (+250) in a welterweight bout.
History will be made on Monday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome when top-ranked LSU faces No. 3 Clemson in the national championship game.
What does the Sunday of the NFL's Divisional Round offer that Saturday's two games don't? Super Bowl-winning starting quarterbacks.
This season's Divisional Round kicks off Saturday at 4:35 p.m. ET as the NFC sixth-seeded Minnesota Vikings visit the No. 1 San Francisco 49ers, who are 7-point favorites.
The Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James' Lakers are the +275 favorites to win the NBA title come June, while Kawhi Leonard's Clippers are the +300 second-favorites.
While the AFC has Saturday all to itself on Wild-Card Weekend, the NFC takes the stage on Sunday with its two games.