When I was a little kid I saw the US women's basketball team smoke the Soviet Union at the Goodwill Games. After the game, we saw one of the American players crying outside the arena. (I think she didn't play as much as she would have liked.) My mom made me go up and ask for her autograph.
Thus began my education in understanding women.
[ Edited by dobophile on Nov 24, 2009 at 2:34 PM ]
Originally posted by dobophile: When I was a little kid I saw the US women's basketball team smoke the Soviet Union at the Goodwill Games. After the game, we saw one of the American players crying outside the arena. (I think she didn't play as much as she would have liked.) My mom made me go up and ask for her autograph.
i once drove up to cal state hayward when i was a freshman at hayward high school. They had open gym up at cal state and i was playing with a couple friends, mind you we were not on the basketball team or nothing like that, we just played hoops for fun once and awhile. Ok well we were up at open gym and i guess the girls college hoops team was practicing by us and challenged us to 7-7 full court, we won hands down lol. It was like a pickup game to be honest, i couldn't believe these girls were on a organized basketball team but i mean I never felt they had more skill at all. All im saying is i like to watch the best at a sport go at it, and wnba is so boring to watch because i know friends that are pretty good that would be more fun to watch haha. It's one of those things that come along cause we gotta be fair i guess, but its like women establishing a WNFL, i mean seriously come on do you expect to compete with a mans sport when they are obviously the better athletes.
This fan site is dedicated to the 49ers and their fans. It is in no way affiliated with the NFL or any of its teams. All teams and players mentioned on this site are registered trademarks of the NFL. The use of any team names, words, trademarks, logos or photos have been used for descriptive purposes only. The content and information from other sites is the property of their respective owners. Player and team photos used with permission from USA TODAY Sports Images.