That Guy

October 10, 2008

Greetings Blaze Nation,

I’m writing you today with a message of enormous import. Our Blazers look GREAT in our minds. The sexiest team by far when we use our imaginations and everyone fulfills their potential without hiccup. Brandon will not only be an all-star again, but probably the MVP of the game. LaMarcus will make good on his attempt to joining the midseason festivities, and also jump from 3rd in the voting to most improved player. Rudy will exhibit DKV Joventut-like domination and likely be the 6th man of the year. Jerryd will eventually see time as the starter as he defers his shoot first mentality and fits like a grandfather cog in Kevin Pritchard’s flawless machine. And most importantly, Gregory Oden will be the Finals MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, and average 18 to 20 points per game to boot. Read the rest of this entry »

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When you read things like this:

“If the New York Knicks trade Randolph and either Eddy Curry or Jamal Crawford for short-term deals, they can be under the cap and in the bidding for King James.”

This sort of thing just illustrates the make believe world that the once proud New York Knicks currently reside in.  As if Jimmy Dolan, Zeke Thomas, and Starbury weren’t cartoonish enough, the media and the delusional fans feed even more into the fantasy that success is possible here. Read the rest of this entry »

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While all the world will be focusing on March Madness this month, then the NBA Play-offs and Finals [assuming they're not of the Spurs vs. Cavaliers snooze-fest variety], I will be wildly working away at providing you with pertinent information on the NFL and the goings on within [or as best I can for not having that kind of access]. All of my analyses will be in an effort to help you get your story straight for the upcoming season. If you haven’t noticed, teams are currently making moves and game-planning for this year’s draft. I plan on bringing to you a post ‘07-’08 wrap-up with looks to the future, a post draft/free agency wrap-up, a pre-season outlook and some sure bets for all those fantasy football teams you manage [I know you have at least 2 ;-) ]. At the end of the day (read: season), you’ll be able to look back and say, “You know what, that guy on the blog sure had some insightful advice” or you might find yourself saying, “Hey! That douche really screwed me with all his so-called ‘analyses’… douche.” Either way, it’ll be a learning and growing experience for us all.

Hope to be reading you all soon. :-)