5, I've been on TV enough the last year and a half. Besides, right now, I'm in the middle of the theatre of the absurd.
Staycations are good. I'll also venture that "Cheers" remains vastly underrated.
The athletic ability is better than ever before but I'm not so sure about the level of play. Way too much one pass, run an isolation set, maybe you're open, maybe you're not, chuck up a guarded 18-footer, don't contest the rebound and jog back down to the other end as annoying music thumps through the PA system. At least, that's the Atlanta Hawks-Josh Smith version of the NBA. Haven't seen much else different from the rest of Mr. Stern's minions.
And note to Pacers: There are 2.2 seconds left. Ya think LeBron gonna get the ball? Ya think he might try to drive the lane? Ya think you might not want to play defense flat-footed (take a look again at Mr. George's defensive posture. Not on the balls of his feet after the inbounds pass, which no one tried to deny, either)?
ooze park. Also a bad water park name. Love Canal too has bad connotations as does Asian Tsunami.
Wow is the Southern Conference folding quickly. It loses its two biggest football programs. It loses its two best basketball programs. Looks like Furman will be the last one left to turn off the light.
Meanwhile, Georgia approves a $93 million athletic budget that is said to be "middle of the pack" in the SEC.
Bad water park name? Itsmellsandburnstoo.
Braves are rolling, but they are feasting on carcasses right now. The Twins stink. The Mets stink just as bad and the Braves won't have to face Matt Harvey. And 5, your Dodgers ... well ... if you can't say nuthin' nice, don't say nuthin' t'all.
Props to your dad, a great dude.
Those late 70s-early 80s Astros teams - Terry Puhl, Alan Ashby, Jose Cruz Sr, Craig Reynolds, et al - weren't bad. Actually, they were pretty good. The uniforms? Not so much.
Bad franchises? The Columbus Blue Jackets. The team that used to be known as the Atlanta Thrashers. The Kansas City Royals of the last 25 years. The Jaguars did play for the AFC Championship twice. But they stink on ice since then.
Couldn't care less if Woods and Garcia get along. What woods should do is say he'd gladly wash down his fried chicken with a couple of glasses of pond water from the 17th at TPC. Or just go, "Hey, look, Sergio! A 5-footer for par to win a major!" And watch him shake like Shakira meets Beyoncé.
Though your Dodgers stink like Steve Yeager's socks, are you stoked 5 for the postgame concert coming up at Turner Field?
I'd put Magic in Isiah Thompson's place. Earvin was the right guy (I'm keeping a peristaltic wave down as I type that) at the right time for the right team (see above).
You know who else might fit into that realm? A little bit of one of last week's 5@10 favorite topics - Mr. Eddie Murphy.
Kiffin wasn't even an opposite field single. He was a bunt attempt with two strikes and nobody on base. I always thought he was a mistake. He were.
So what are the top 5 ways to keep the little 5 at 10s entertained on the drive back to Chattavegas?
Little Joe's senior year on The Flats was mighty good. It was Clint Castleberry-like.
Tech fans and players still have Woody Dantzler nightmares.
And the first Adrian Peterson, not his doppelganger from Oklahoma by way of Texas, remains the most dominant college football player I've ever seen. I remember all the talk about Montee Ball's 45 touchdowns for a career this season. AP had that - in just his sophomore year.
Elway, Montana, Marino ... not Heisman winners.