Top 10 most watched of the week (sports): The Masters masters our list

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Your 10 most watched programs of the week on Slingbox, sports edition, were as follows. Check after the list for a few quick thoughts on this week’s most watched sports:

1. 2015 Masters Tournament
2. Liga MX soccer
3. La Liga soccer
4. NASCAR: Duck Commander 500
5. CONCACAF Champions League soccer
6. English Premier League soccer
7. CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores soccer
8. MLB: Red Sox vs. Yankees
9. WCBB: Notre Dame vs. Connecticut
10. MLB: Giants vs. Padres

Spring means a lot of things: flowers blooming, baseball season starting, Game of Thrones returning, and the Masters Tournament at Augusta National awarding one very talented golfer a verdant green jacket. This year it was 21-year-old Jordan Spieth who took home the honor, becoming the youngest Masters champion ever with the exception of Tiger Woods in 1997. Enough Slingbox users were watching to shoot the tournament all the way to the top spot on our weekly list.

Slingbox users were also watching plenty of baseball on their phones, tablets and laptops as two games made it onto our list: the Red Sox-Yankees showdown in the Bronx that went 19 innings, and the Padres-Giants game that saw World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner deliver the World Series championship flag via horse. And the excitement about college basketball on Slingbox wasn’t quite over yet, as the final of the 2015 Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournament, which saw UConn defeat Notre Dame to secure their third consecutive title, landed at No. 9.
We’ll be back next week with another set of top 10s.

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