Category:NBA
Posted on: July 29, 2010 8:07 am
 

Clevelands Fans Time To Move On!

The recent Cleveland Indians game a fan was escorted from the game for wearing the new LeBron James jersey to the game after receiving some offensive remarks. First he got what he deserves for wearing a basketball jersey to a baseball game and especially a jersey from a team the had no meaning for the two cities. A Miami Heat jersey at a Indians versus Yankees game with the Cavaliers former player on it he just wanted his 15 minutes of fame that was quite ignorant. Personally wearing wearing any jersey to any game that does not represent that sport is a mockery unless it is your hometown and you are giving respect to Legends and I mean Legends. If you want to come to a game with a jersey on besides the team that's playing make it worth it show up wearing a Reggie Jackson or Jim Brown jersey not Amare Stoudemire or Mo Williams
Category: NBA
Posted on: April 22, 2010 6:36 pm
 

The NBA HasTo Step Up

The NBA is in big trouble when the NFL draft is getting more attention than their playoffs. They better bring out the Kobe Bryant and LeBron James puppets out now because thaey need them. David Stern needs to start endorsing Kobe and Lebron like he did Magic and Bird. What I saw last night was outstanding basketball by the San Antonio Spurs and that is why they have won four Championships. What this tells you is that America would rather dream still than face reality when people would rather see if Sam Bradford is going to be the number one pick that to see if the Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder could beat the Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant in LA two phenomenal games but they were still Ben Roethlisberger and the NFL draft took all story lines why is that? Marketing if you look at what the NFL and NBA are doing bsaketball players should have a tremendous advantage because the fan can actually see you and recgnize you. The NFL they wear helmets and 90% of the fans only know their number and have no idea what they look like. My call to the NBA is fire your marketing director.

Category: NBA
Tags: David Stern
 
 
 
 
 
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