I really want to write something now but I'm in a position where I might slip up and write something that goes against the rules. So instead I'll write the rules. If you catch me breaking these rules in my writing from here on out call me on it.
#1 - Do not incorporate general personal emotions into any writings. I tell how I feel about specific things, but I will not tell you how I am feeling in general.
#2 - Be honest. This is not a contradiction to the first rule. Any story I write here is true and everything I say about sports I believe.
#3 - If it stops being entertaining, stop writing. If what I'm writing ever get's boring, please stop me because I don't want to waste my time if people aren't enjoying this.
I'll put up some more rules later when I think of them. This entry breaks the 3rd rule but I just don't want this to become dormant. Here's a little sports tidbit I started writing which hopefully I'll turn into something more in the near future.
Looking back on the 2003 NBA draft, was there any other draft in the past few years that completely changed the future of so many NBA teams?
Obviously it's easy to look at Lebron, Carmelo, and Wade, but looking at other teams and players drafted, it's amazing. Bosh is an amazing player even if he's stuck on a bad team, Hinrich is the leader of a Bulls team that made the playoffs for the first time since 1998, and don't believe that Bogut is changing the fortunes of the Bucks, it's the return of TJ Ford. Even deeper in the draft Josh Howard is a solid contributor on the Mavs. This kind of draft if completely unprecedented, and with the new rules about the age requirement, the top 2 players in that draft don't go anywhere. Maybe the NBA needs to rethink it's policy.