Today’s View From the Bull Pen
Growing up in the late 60's and early 70's, I was a huge NBA fan. From Wilt the Stilt to Jerry West to Nate Archibald to my personal favorite, Pete Maravich, I loved the game and watched it as often as I could. Somewhere along the way, sometime after Magic and Bird, I lost that loving feeling, and, unless I just have to watch it for work purposes, I avoid The NBA at all costs.
This cartoon is as clear a comment about those feelings as I can make in less than 100 words. Inspired by the Eagles song "Wasted Time" which I recently heard while watching the History of the Eagles DVD, I think it is my definitive statement about how I really feel about the NBA. It all seems like a colossal waste of time. Don't you agree?
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NBA Playoffs Archive
Amazing what a difference a year can make
Gone are the sullen days of Allen Iverson. Behind Chauncey Billups and Carmelo Anthony, with contributions from Birdzilla and J.R. Smith the Nuggets disposed of the Hornets and cruised into round Two of the NBA playoffs. Finally, the long drought for the Nuggets is over. The Hanzlik, and Issel eras are only vanishing visions in the rear view mirror. And, more importantly, Melo has learned how to win. I’ve been pretty rough on Melo through the years. But I’m glad to see him take this team into the second round. The Nuggets are the team nobody wants to play. Hang on. It might be a nice long fun ride.
Caption Contest winding down
This week’s caption contest is coming to a close. We’ll take entries until 6 p.m. tonight. So run, hurry, and write lots of captions. The more you enter the better your chances.