Tough crowd! ;)
I have no concern about the outcome, but I can appreciate excellence
when I see it. Just another version of "form and function"!
The same holds for bowling and curling. Although it gets harder and
harder to call any "sport" in which you can drink beer and smoke while
you're playing it a sport...
As close to zero as can be measured with current technology.
I don't think that makes sense. If you just don't enjoy watching a
particular sport then no matter how good it is at the moment you're unlikely
to consider it great entertainment. I don't know why basketball leaves me
cold as I enjoy watching quite a few other sports, but if you gave me
tickets to an NBA game I'd pass them onto someone who would appreciate the
Yes, great games so far, though I've seen only the 3rd.
My wife and I were sort of rooting for Dallas even though I think
the owner is a d-head. The fact that the Heat loaded up with
talent over the summer primarily to win this championship allowed
me to take the underdog team to heart.
The Heat will win a championship, if not this year, certainly
next year or beyond. They just won't, to me, be the teams that
dominated the 70's and 80's. Chicago, LA (with Magic and Kareem),
Boston, NY. These teams seem to represent their hometowns.
The Heat seems to represent the money that the owner has. I'd suspect
that the good people of Miami might disagree.
The fact that the Heat is not running through the Mavs is good.
it's great for the TV revenues as well as the entertainment value.
Although very rare in th US, but sometimes shown, are Professional Dart
I am a dart player and was once a VP of a County dart league (the steel
darts, not the electronic plastic darts).
I'm mostly Irish, in case it matters. :-)
LOL. Darts is a gentleman's sport, and besides aim, requires math
skills. I suppose it has happened, but I have never heard of a fight in
a bar where people were throwing darts at each other, unlike billiards
where the cue stick becomes a weapon.
And don't forget the balls. Particularly when employed in a purpose brought
sock. Though, most of the pool table fights I've seen occurred in places
such as a tavern where the pool table was secondary to the business. Never
saw a fight in a Pool Room/Billiards Parlor. Perhaps darts being a League
sport makes the difference in the taverns. In the US we don't seem to have
casual players or Fast Eddies shooting darts.
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