Man, life really can get in the way sometimes. I’ve got some college football content coming, probably tonight…Stay tuned.
So, LBJ and his friends are going to get together in their club house to decide how to divide and conquer the NBA free agency market in the coming weeks. My gut tells me that is bad for the Cavs, probably good for the Miami Heat. I can really see Pat Riley getting the moolah together to get the King to South Beach for an Olympic reunion with LeBron and D-Wade. As painful as that is to say as a Cleveland fan, its a realistic thought. Those two love to play together. I’d love to be a fly on the wall in that room though.
Ok people, let’s just go for it. I don’t think anything bad could really happen. I love the possible new match ups. If the biggest question is what will happen to the OSU vs. Michigan rivalry then it can’t be all bad?
And yes, by saying go for it, I mean that Notre Dame should to. They can still earn the big dollars, play most of the Big Ten anyway so maybe with the new coach, new outlook its time to get into a new league and kick some butt.
I’m really starting to wonder if he’ll ever get all the way back? First his knee, then the afair(s) and now his neck. Is it possible that his ship has sailed, I hope not, he’s too fun to watch.
Cheaters never win, winners never cheat…Here I was talking about how much of a BA you are/were, thanks for letting me down.
We alread have enough to worry about. Let’s not do LeBron James any favors and push him away over one bad game. Everyone has an off night, the guy just won the MVP and has to carry his team every night. Let’s not keep pounding him on the radio and the newspaper before its warranted. The Cavs are going to be fine. LeBron, Shaq and Mo Williams and the boys are going to pick it up. Defensively they’ll keep focusing on the big 3 and who cares if Rajon Rondo scores a billion points. The Cavs WILL win game 6 and 7. Its our job to get behind them as much as we can for as long as we can. We’ll have the entire off season and a tumultous summer to torture ourselves if something goes wrong.
Tonight the Red Wings and the Coyotes square off in game 7 in the race for Lord Stanley’s cup. I’ve never been a huge hockey fan, but watching these athletes fly around the ice tonight will be something special. Its amazing to watch hockey players dial up the intensity during play off time.
I assure you it will be well worth tuning in tonight to catch some of the action.