his 15 minutes has officially came and went. next.
it looks more like a "pat" as in "it's time for androgyny, it's just pat, bom-bom-bommmmm-bomp". hee-hee!!!
and how exactly do you quantify an "edge"??? after all, if there are 30 teams in the nba, then in theory, every team has a 1-in-30 chance, or 3.33 percent chance of getting the services of lebron next season. so, again in theory, you could say if he upped c-town's chances to that of just 5%, doesn't that constitute an "edge"??? i really don't pay much heed to one puff-piece interview by a non-sports entity like larry queen. now if lebron had gone on espn and talked to one of their more prominent nba talking head personalities like rick bucher, chris broussard or john hollinger, well then i might pay more attention to it.
the dolan discount gang is at it again. once again they are throwing money at something that doesn't make a hill of beans of sense when if only they would spend their money on top flight free agents at the right time like they said they would, then maybe they might win a title and the fans might actually come watch them a bit more like they did in the 90's. they aren't coming to just see the field. they come to watch the players win on the field. if they don't win, they don't come. it's as simple as that. no amount of sprucing up of jacobs, err, progressive field will draw even a single fan more than what they are already destined/doomed to draw, so why bother???
what sucks about that whole "lebron james with no regard for human life" dunk was the fact that it should have been an and-one as kg clearly fouled lbj on the dunk but no call was ever made and yet lebron still gave him the facial. yo kg, tell me how lebron's ass tastes???
what can you say??? las vegas might be "sin city" but new york is certainly a town chock full of high-priced whores too with all the same type of free spending fat cats willing to pay for their services as well.
so if the indians don't get off to their usual slow start in april and actually have a winning month, would it be safe to say that a lot of their issues with slow starts to a season had something to do with the laissez-faire, "take one game at a time, see how things play out, it's a marathon not a sprint" management philosopy of one eric "the genius" wedge??? coincidence??? i think not.
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