One Game We Will Definitely Watch Tonight: Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics
Sure, the Heat thoroughly dominated the Celtics in game one. LeBron looked like the best basketball player of all time (which he is). And Ray Allen missing free throws on the reg is a definite sign that the world is indeed coming to an end in 2012. All these things are true, I get it.
But you know what else is true? Kevin Garnett is back and better than ever. You better believe he has this on his mind headed into tonight:
So you can have your D-Wades, Mike Millers, Ronny Turiafs, Shane Battiers, Super Nintendo Chalmerses, and any other clown that puts on a tank top that says "Heat" on the front of it, Miami fans. I will take my chances with an angry KG, injured Walter Ray Allen, tired Paul Pierce, inconsistent Rondo, and a Goron of a head coach in Doc Rivers.
Celtics 100, Heat 98. You heard it here first folks.
Another Game We Will Watch Tonight: USA vs. Brazil
You can have your worldwide superstar named Neymar, Brazil. I will take my deadly, bald center-midfielder Michael Bradley any day.
USA 3, Brazil 1.
Fan optimism and irrationality for life, folks.