Toronto Raptors make it to the finals for the first time ever! Can they beat Oakland and take the trophy to Canada???
Yeah, that's a real head scratch. Back in the day, there were all kinds of great things about The City. But, that's all in the rear view mirror. Today, probably the best thing is seeing the entire Bay Area in your rear view mirror, hammer down!Sorry Adrian, but it would be a miracle if Toronto can beat Golden State Warriors. But, I hardly watch the NBA anymore, so if its not the Lakers, I dont really care.
For the record, I cant stand anything from the SF bay area, so I will root for Toronto.
Good for you Andy!!!I have not really followed the NBA for several years. So I went back and looked at the leagues stats, and this is not the same Warriors team as the last few years, especially with one of their top players injured. Toronto had a better record during the season, so go Toronto - but still, not a fan of the new and worse version of the NBA I grew up with.
Sports dominated my life for decades. But, one day I made a decision for Him and that changed my life forever, and sports suddenly did not seem so important.
Good post, and good for Toronto.Good for you Andy!!!
Television use to dominate my time at one point. I always had to have a TV guide (shows my age) to make sure I did not miss anything. One day I realized that TV was dominating my life. I could be having a great time with my friends and all of a sudden have to leave because a show I wanted to watch was about to come on. So from that time on a never purchased a TV guide again and only watched TV when there was nothing else for me to do. Now to be honest, the exception to that might be the NBA Finals. LOL!
And you are qualified to post on this thread because......Right on, guys!
So, does the next season begin tomorrow? Or has it already begun?
You may have noticed I follow the NBA the same as I follow the NFL. ZERO, ZILCH, NADA
Yes, sports are definetly a huge and mostly profitable business, but the games, thats still sports.I'm not really 'into' any professional sports, although I do watch MLB, but only when the Diamondbacks are playing. All professional sports really aren't sports, they are nothing but big business. Sadly, the business aspect is taking over college sports as well.
I kinda' doubt there will be any sports at all when we get to our permanent destination.
You're right, the games themselves are still sports.Yes, sports are definetly a huge and mostly profitable business, but the games, thats still sports.
Sorry that my Dodgers are FIFTEEN games above your team. I dont like to admit I grew up in Southern CA, and I hate visiting there, but the Dodgers and Angels, they will always be my teams. I did follow the Diamondbacks for the years Randy Johnson pitched for them, but not since then.