7.25.2008

What to do with the NBA the resolution

Well I had two more groups, one with a slim chance of me rooting for them: Philly, Cleveland, Atlanta, Magic, Wiz, Clips, Denver, Phoenix, and OKC, as well as the group of teams I could actually see myself rooting for: Charlotte, Dallas, Memphis, Portland and N.O. But poster Erik basically blew my end game, that I wouldn't be rooting for any team and the NBA licks sack. SO I think I'll just stop.

7 comments:

Fortune said...

what is the ultimate sports blog to do during the winter? Or whenever the NBA season is?

finn said...

Good question... well when the Seahawks have won the Superbowl that's in what, February? Help me out here gang. I'm sure that will give us a few weeks worth of material. And in between that and the beginning of the M's run for the pennant we can change the name to Dr. Jack's 5 o'clock Shadow and I can bost my Lost blog's here.

wanamaker said...

Winter Olympics

Erik said...

Why would Dallas have been on the "best chance" list? Dirk is painful to watch. Kidd is a washed up wife-beater whose kid has a 12 lb. head and a mustache. Cuban is cool but he oversteps his bounds. I mean if I owned a team I'd be a huge fan as well, but I wouldn't sit on the bench, and I certainly wouldn't run onto the court during a fight. I want answers!



P.S. Sorry about the pre-mature post. But as a professional sports-watcher I tend to be ahead of the curve.

finn said...

Mark Cuban was one of only 2 owners that voted for the team to stay in Seattle. He gets my vote from here to forever.

Also, they invited D-Low to their summer team.

Fortune said...

lay off kids with huge heads, they are typically really sweet

wanamaker said...

Mark Cuban was one of only 2 owners that voted for the team to stay in Seattle. He gets my vote from here to forever.

Also, they invited D-Low to their summer team.