n. Golf played at a lower level to avoid defeating a business client.
When playing client golf you come with the best looking equipment; the best golf clubs and golf drivers you can all the while attempting to not win.
Charles Barkley does not NOT try to win at golf, which is the opposite of his behavior on the basketball court where he definitely did try to win, but the simple fact is, he cannot win at golf even if he tried.
Notice in the following video at hitch in his swing? Would he ever allow that of someone on the basketball court? How much would be voice his displeasure at a free throw shooter who looked to shoot a free throw with a hitch in his shooting stroke?
Moral of the story: Client golf helps to win you more business and Charles Barkley is the best in the business at client golf. Read the rest of this entry »
When looking to draft you have to have a strategy. Without a strategy, you are like a ship adrift – rudderless and without purpose. Here I give you my strategy, guys I like, guys I don’t like and guys whom I’m unclear what to do with and other surprises… Read the rest of this entry »
Basketball is considered as one of the world’s most popular sports. The game is not so old and only gained prominence in the late 80’s and the epitome for any professional basketball player or fan is the USA’s NBA. It’s a pretty tough career choice as it’s speared by some of the world’s best players and athletes. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a pretty incredible change of pace when it comes to live updates and player commentary on a world-class sporting association like the NBA. It’s unlikely anyone saw the risks of players owning personal (and in some cases, Twitter-verified) Twitter accounts and using them during games. Read the rest of this entry »
There are a number of tools out there to help the serious fantasy basketball player. The Rotoworld Season Pass is helpful. Brian McKitish’s weekly ESPN player rankings are very useful. John Hollinger does a very good job of spotting upcoming talent (e.g., Love, Conley, and Hibbert). Basketball Monster’s player rankings are invaluable. Read the rest of this entry »
From Illinois coach Bruce Weber…he’d rather not scout kids that young. “But I just don’t think I have a choice,” he said. “If you want to recruit the right way and do it the way it’s supposed to be done, this is our only choice. And if you take it away, all you’re doing is benefiting the guys who probably don’t do it the right way.” Read the rest of this entry »
With 2.1 seconds remaining in overtime, Duke trailed 103-102. Grant Hill threw a pass the length of the court to Christian Laettner, who dribbled once, turned, and hit a jumper as time expired for the 104-103 win. Brought to you by CBS SportsLine and CSTV. Read the rest of this entry »