I’ve been watching the nba finals… i’m not sure why. I hate the nba. And every time i watch the
nba, i hate it more.
The people on the court simply don’t know how to play
basketball. I found games at the co-rec more exciting to watch.
play is an isolation play
shooting is considered good
- No one
knows how to box out- i couldn’t believe how many offensive rebounds there
were- and it wasn’t because that player made a good play. It’s because
players don’t box out!
aren’t fouled, they draw the foul. They’re not even trying to shoot to
make the basket, they do pump fakes to get someone to jump in the air,
then they jump into them
is no defense
is much to be made of Kobe’s
teammates not helping him, but he just took the ball every time down the
court and missed shots
guess it doesn’t matter how people move with the ball anymore, because it
looked like a travel or a carry every time down the court
night there were a lot of missed free-throws
does a team blow a 24 point lead, a 19 point lead, a 12 point lead?
I am convinced Phil Jackson must be a bad coach.
And i’m still convinced the nba would be better if were
forced to spend a couple years in college
I’m angered that teams draft “talent” vs good players.
I’m angered that these professional athletes don’t know the
I’m angered by the lack of team play.
What happened to good basketball?
Regardless, we all know now the nba is fixed. They fix the
draft, the fix trades, they fix games- right ref?
I find it interesting how much outcry there is against
steroids, but only some outcry about ref’s fixing games. Maybe because everyone
The media- espn, specifically- makes a player’s career. I
mean seriously, Kobe
was horrible the other night, but all the attention is on how bad his team
Espn says Dwyane Wade had the best finals performance, but
how couldn’t he? Every time he touched the ball against Dallas they got called for a foul. Wade
punched Dirk, then went in for a layup and they called Dirk for the foul and
gave him continuation.
Sacramento should have won a championship. And we all know
David Stern wanted Michael Jordan to win too.
I hate the nba.
open actually has been exciting- golf exciting?