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Friday, June 17, 2005


NBA Finals, or We Told You So

How can the Spurs beat the Pistons so handily at home only to be beaten handily in Detroit? Do I think this series will be stretched to seven games to maximize ratings potential? Do I find this convenient? Do the protracted labor talks in the NBA have anything to do with this? Mark me down as someone who think the Spurs and Pistons players are dragging this thing out just to prove a point. Most shocking to me is how many eyeballs are glued to the NBA Finals.

What would 2006 be like without the NBA and NHL if neither organizations can get their respective owners and players unions talking? Arenas around the country would become very desperate operations. Perhaps we'll see a rise in arena football any number of odd sports based in arenas. Sports writers would have twice the number of reasons to appear angry in print.


Posted by GiromiDe @ 2:45 PM
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