This time every year excitement reaches fever pitch as the big three sports (NBA – NFL- MLB) cross over. The NBA season is reaching its climax and the NFL and MLB are just beginning to wind up.
I call it the "Bermuda Triangle" because there is always something out of the ordinary that pops up.
This year is no exception with the NFL lockout now in day 14 with no end in sight in the near future. The NFL Players Association is trading bards with NFL commissioner Roger Goodall with both sides accusing the other of "poor" tactics.
Over in the Major League debate is raging over whether devout Christian Albert Pujoils is the greatest player in baseball today. The MLB pay scale allows players to bargain for more based on what similar skilled players are earning. If Pujoils is decided to be above all the rest, the greatest question will be how much higher his earnings will be than the rest of the pack.
It sure makes interesting conversation amongst the fans during a "Global Financial Crisis". If Pujoils does make the money he deserves what happens when the next player emerges as a better baseball player? Will we be talking about players in the Billions of Dollars in the years to come?
Earlier in the year I stated that a bolter would come out blue in the tightly contested Eastern Division and just that has happened. With twelve games left in the season the Chicago Bulls lead the East, with the main contestants hot on their heels. This is going to be one of the most tightly contested playoff series in the history of the NBA.
Stay posted more details will surely follow.