I attended the Golden State Warriors last home game on 4/13/16. Here are 10 things I learned.
Kobe doesn't care. Never did. And I believe the reason why he doesn't care is because the only thing he loves more than the game of basketball itself is the life lessons it holds for him and for us all.
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Blame me for being overly focused on my home team, the Golden State Warriors, throughout this year in this forum as well as on my blog. I admit I was. But if you watched them regularly (and everyone in the Bay Area now watches every game), how could I not talk about them all the time?
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Think about the thought going back to the freedom that is the high school to NBA phenomenon, only this time you should look to expand the D-League, which could provide a happy medium for many sides to this situation.
Although it is a non-profit organization, the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) continues to do a brilliant job of marketing its March Madness men's college basketball tournament, which is celebrating its 78th year in 2016.
Past precedent would say that building basketball's newest technological epicenter would be costly to the environment, because buildings of this size require massive amounts of energy to build and run. But our fans had a different idea.
This year during a special February game, The Idaho Stampede and Patrick Hunter will be paying tribute to influential African-American or Blacks whichever you prefer.
Admittedly farfetched, is it conceivable that Academy members cast ballots based on convictions and years of film industry expertise, without regard to race or religion, and simply picked what they believe to be the best performances.
The NFL, MLB, NBA, etc., did not create the dynamics behind homelessness and their primary missions do not rest on providing social services. But they are huge players in communities and should care about improving the lives of very vulnerable people where their personnel work.
Now that the Iowa Caucus has concluded, the political playoffs have finally begun. The Republican Party still has an overcrowded roster, which will be trimmed after the New Hampshire primary, with some veteran players likely to be cut. But who would have ever imagined that rookies such as Donald Trump and Ben Carson could even make it to prime time with no in-game experience?
While any sports shoe and apparel manufacturer can sign star athletes, Under Armour and Nike's other rivals have yet to master its use of the news media for promotional leverage. Nike pioneered this strategy during the 1984 Olympics.