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I agree with this. They genuinely might be in trouble. http://www.shinpadsandangrydads.com/2019/03/25/the-top-5-challengers-to-golden-states-crown/
@3.That is quite simply the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard. I love football more than any other sport but I enjoy watching basketball too. That’s like saying if you watch the winning goal in a football match or nothing at all in a draw then you’ve missed nothing. You can learn a lot by watching other sports as well as appreciating our own.
I dOn'T cArE aBoUt BaSkEtBaLl So MuCh I pOsT oN a HyS aBoUt BaSkEtBaLl
What is the NBA?
The BBC's obsession with anything from the USA continues here on the sports pages.A zero interest story on an NBA result played in another continent.Wow - the BBC really do waste my licence fee on such useless reporting.To see how big an obsession the BBC has with the USA go look at the news section right now - USA is the first story and Brexit second - you could not make it up !!!
Once again this weekend the BBC shows how much it values this countrys heritage and culture.Articles regarding a sport that has no public interest whilst ignoring other sporting events that define our country is simply pathetic.
@96"absolute dullards ... their not interested in ..."Who's the dullard?Regarding the actual story, it may have been only slightly newsworthy if GSW had fielded their best team. As they fielded their reserves, it's not newsworthy in the slightest.
HYS on this. Top decision making. Have they had a schoolkids work experience day at the BBC?Or......Is it because the BBC's access to sport is now so limited that they're trying to engender interest in a sport somebody may be prepared watch? Maybe but basketball? Bring back the test card. Far more interesting. The BBC mgt are in cloud cuckoo land. Squandering my money. Again.
It's interesting that some peipeo here don't want stories on foreign spoer and demand more on British sport, giving Premier league football as an example, where around a third of the players are British. Ironic, isn't it?
Thank heavens we can comment on this story. It's one of the most important stories of the day.So the BBC generally tries to avoid letting anyone speak on contentious issues. But at the weekend when there are fewer people on duty it gets pretty dire. They only let you have your say on stuff that they really don't think anyone will bother with. And this is what I pay £150 for.
+ I read the article and looked at the supporting data- you must be joking
I really don't mind the NBA but I do get quite excited whenever a news story pops up on here about it cause it's like a klaxon for absolute dullards who rush to write the same old guff about a sport their not interested in on a free website that they're under absolutely no obligation to read.Keep 'em coming folks.
Basketball: Go down one end, score a point, go down the other end, score a point ...repeat until the final whistle.....
What's the bloke on the right looking at, his haircut on the big screen?
@53 Muggsy Bogues is 5’3” and smashed records for assists and steals. There are many players under 6’ in the NBA. No discrimination whatsoever. I would suggest that any lack of opportunity for smaller players comes in earlier life when tall kids will be stereotyped as being basketballers. I’m 6’6” and have spent my entire life being told I must be good at basketball
To be fair, NBA and MLS are the two American leagues where you are going to have global interest as they are from popular sports. It's NFL and MLB that have no place on the BBC.
It would be nice if one post could be about the damn article! Anyway, I think this just goes to show integral Curry is to GSW, much more than Durant. He spreads the floor, so that guys like Durant have the space to do their work.If they lose Durant in the post-season, I reckon they can still dominate.
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