What You Need To Know About Sport Broadcasting Services?

Back in the day, when I was just a young lad, the NBA was the greatest sport to watch on the ol’ boob tube. With players like Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, Patrick Chewing Ewing, and “Clyde the Glide” Drexler – just to name a few of my favorites – how could you not love watching the NBA. They all played with great energy and love for the game, with the money just being an added bonus. Every American star in the NBA did not hesitate to join the USA basketball team for the Olympics if they were asked; they joined the team (aka The Dream Team) and they absolutely dominated.

The NBA today is all about the flash, sponsorships, and the money. Now, I understand this is a business but too much emphasis is put on the sponsorships and money. I see very few organizations showing their appreciation for the fans that have kept things running for the last x amount of years. I also understand we have Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Kevin Durant holding down superstar status currently; but the talent and overall drive just isn’t there anymore. I see mostly individual play, and very little to no teamwork and defense. I don’t know about you, but a game that ends in regulation with a score of 135 – 128 is not very exciting; it is in fact boring, and just proves my point about the lack of defense even further.

The final straw with the NBA, for me at least, has been the whole debacle with the Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh free agency. Yeah, it is a big deal for Cleveland fans where Lebron ends up, but it gets very annoying when you want to watch Sportcenter, or just you local sports on the news, and 70% of the show is dedicated to the whole situation. I would like him to prove me wrong, but Lebron just cares about the money and where he is going to get more market coverage; he does not have any loyalty to Cleveland, and he is going to do what is best for him and his sponsors.