The NBA cancelling the first two weeks, and likely more, only effects the people who count on money from those Home Games in NBA Cities. In terms of my interest, I’ll mainly miss the commentary of the TNT Studio Analysts more than the games themselves. I personally believe the NBA should lower the amount of Regular Season games to strengthen their product. The NBA has a bad stigma of the first three quarters of a Regular Season Game being meaningless with most players going at about 75% speed. If games mean more, your product strengthens and the revenue should rise. Just my thoughts.
1. I think I’ve watched more baseball this postseason than the past 5 postseasons combined. It’s been pretty good but like I said last week, Yankees Phillies in the World Series is exactly what baseball needs.
2. Bud Selig needs to go, and its really obvious that he just doesn’t understand what the Fans want. Most times I tend to agree that the leader of a business must make the unpopular choice and have the you know what to stick with it but in this case he is simply wrong. Instant replay in baseball needs to be more than just for foul balls and home runs. Can we at least get a manager challenge?
3. Giants Saints really disappointed last weekend. What happened to the Giants? I guess the slow start cost them on the road along with all the injuries on defense. No sacks? come on defense.