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Posted Sunday, June 13, 2010 09:22 AM

What Is The Most Boring Sport To Watch?

My Vote Goes Easily To Baseball.

First of all,zillion games a season,even fans lose interest when they play 5 days in a week.It's on TV every day,midweek,weekend.bothing sacred or cool about it.When I see the background,fans either eat hot dog,drink beer or take a nap.Most fans go there just as a picnic or to talk with each other,not to see anything exciting,because deep inside they know it's boring as hell

Teams play each other many times in baseball,that's another reason.For instance in NFL,only 16 games a season and they play twice,but in baseball

Guys spitting,snoring,farting.playing with their cap,jersey for before throwing a ball is not a way of sports entertainment to me.It even looks gross to be honest.3-4 hours of torture

Baseball teams give bobbleheads,giveaways etc to attract fans yet still cant,in NBA,NFL,euro soccer people are drawn to stadiums every game day,mostly sold out.

Yes,I have been to Giants games many times and in Boston I was going to Fenway Park and witnessed Yankees-Red Sox,so I know the sport,most rules but it's just the way it is,boring as hell.

Baseball isnt even a team sport,it boils down to batter vs pitcher,rest just picks up the garbage.

You can see many non athlete players,fat,lazy,obese,whatever,dont worry,you can still be a baseball player,but you sure cant be playing soccer,football or basketball.

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Posted Friday, February 26, 2010 09:20 AM


Have you guys seen that move sending Birdman to the sky and completing the play with an easy 2

I have been in the Bay Area for 6 years now and since the year we made the play off's and shocked Dallas,I wasn't that excited about a Warrior game (despite going to 10-15 games a year) until this kid came.

Hopefully Nelson leaves soon and we get a coach who can develope young players like Curry,Ellis,Biedrins,Wright,Randolph and with a few leader players addition,this kid can be a future Hall Of Famer,yes I said it

Still people talking about Jennings but he sucked big time since his 30 pts games early this year.Tyreke helped Sactown a lot but when you look deeper,that Sacramento has won only 1 game more than the Warriors (and he had better help)

Curry has been playing with d leageue ballers,no help in the paint for pick and roll but he's leading the rookies in 3 pt percentage,assists and steals.

Posted Sunday, January 31, 2010 10:04 AM

Which commercials do you hate most??

I was watching Russell Crowe's "The Insider" movie-which is terrific btw-,and seen that mcdonalds premium roast coffee commercial one more time.

Worst commercial ever.That douchebag blows everyone he sees off,he shuts his roommate "dont talk to me until i've had my coffee",even rude to mcdonalds employee etc etc.

if you have seen,you know what i'm talking about,you'd want to beat the crap out of the guy,i would break his neck with pleasure

what a pathetic one,i was expecting the mcdonalds employee to throw the coffee on his face or dick punch him,that would wake him up for sure

and mcdonalds coffee??never tried but i bet it sucks ass,but thats to another topic

Posted Thursday, June 18, 2009 12:58 PM

Magic willing to pay tax for Turkoglu

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Hedo Turkoglu emptied his locker, shook hands with teammates and walked out of the Orlando Magic's practice facility Tuesday.

The Magic are optimistic it wasn't the last time.


Chief operating officer Alex Martins said the team is prepared to go over the luxury tax for the first time in its history, perhaps giving the Magic the space they need to re-sign the soon-to-be free agent Turkoglu and remain a contender to return to the NBA finals.

"The luxury tax won't be a hindrance," Martins said.

Turkoglu, Orlando's starting forward and a key component to its Eastern Conference title, reiterated Tuesday that he's planning to opt out of the last year of his contract to become a free agent July 1. Turkoglu would make about $7.3 million next season in the final year of a $36 million, six-year deal.

"Opting out doesn't mean I'm going to leave," he said. "I'm looking for the best opportunity for myself and my family. I hope everything will work out for both sides and I stay here because I became Turkoglu here. It's a good time for me to make a decision, and hopefully everything will work out and I'll be in a Magic jersey."

There are plenty of other questions surrounding the Magic's future.

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