The WNBA "brawl" was significant for two reasons to me: First, I am a fan of Candace Parker. We're getting married one day; She just doesn't know it yet. Second, in the 10 or 11 years of the WNBA, do you ever remember a brawl? Even a minor scuffle? I don't and this is one of the main reasons the WNBA will never succeed the way it could. The NBA is more competitive which leads to better games. Is it because men are more competitive by nature or because they are being paid more so they damn well better win a fight every once in a while? It could be some of both but one major brawl in over a decade is a bad sign. It's not like there aren't disagreements in the WNBA because disagreements happen in every pickup game all over the world. Fights happens, they just do. So why is this the first memorable brawl in the WNBA's history? I'm also not so sure it would be memorable if the WNBA's poster girl Parker, wasn't involved. And yes I do agree with you, I didn't turn my head to the screen until I heard "And this is where Rick Mahorn shoved Lisa Leslie to the ground."
This ad was pulled by Nike because of complaints of it's blatant racism against Blacks and Homosexuals. How dare Nike show a man getting dunked on? Who do they think they are? Your thoughts?
Favre has officially been reinstated? I'm not surprised at all because we all knew it was coming but I really do wish he would have reconsidered and stayed retired. On his way to New York?