Tweets of the Week: Falcons and Patriots advance to Super Bowl

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NFL Championship weekend saw the Atlanta Falcons dominate the Green Bay Packers in the NFC, while the New England Patriots breezed by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC.

Matt Ryan, Tom Brady, Julio Jones and Chris Hogan lit up the big stage as the stars of the show.

As ever, it is sure to be quite a show that the NFL puts on.

What are your predictions for the Superbowl and which of these tweets caught your eye the most this week? Have your say by commenting below, using #360fans on Twitter or getting in touch via Facebook.

Meanwhile, here are some of the best tweets that revolved around the NFL Championship.

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Top 10 Most Popular NBA Team Merchandise

Sport360 staff 26/01/2017

The NBA on Wednesday announced that Golden State Warriors reclaimed top spot on their list of most popular team merchandise for 2016.

The California-based team have had the most popular merchandise since the end of the 2014-15 season.

Rounding out the top five are Cleveland Cavaliers, LA Lakers, Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks.

Here’s the full list: 1. Golden State Warriors 2. Cleveland Cavaliers 3. Los Angeles Lakers 4. Chicago Bulls 5. New York Knicks 6. San Antonio Spurs 7. Oklahoma City Thunder 8. Boston Celtics 9. Philadelphia 76ers 10. Toronto Raptors

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What would have happened if Kobe and Shaq never fell out?

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It is known as one of the most acrimonious splits in sporting history.

While at the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal were all conquering at their very best and always highly entertaining.

They won consecutive NBA championships in 2000, 2001 and 2002 until the San Antonio Spurs brought them crashing down to earth.

A huge fallout later and one of the greatest, most iconic partnerships in the history of the game came to an abrupt, fractious end.
The rest is history, but what if that history had been shaped entirely differently and the pair had continued to get on?



Here, Whistle Sports looks at what might have been for Bryant and O'Neal.

How many rings do you think Kobe and Shaq would have won together if they hadn't fallen out?

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