The General’s New Year’s Resolutions In Sports

Posted: January 2, 2016 by realjdobypr in News

The Everyday Man's Sports Blog

(photo courtesy of Kelly L Cox/USA Today Sports) (photo courtesy of Kelly L Cox/USA Today Sports)

A new year is upon us and like usual, there are many that have made New Year’s Resolutions. You see some of the usual ones that involve working out posted everywhere, but what if teams and professional athletes had resolutions and we all had access to them? No one knows if some of these professional athletes made some resolutions for the year, but if they were to make them, this is what they could have been. Without further ado, here are some New Year’s Resolutions the General has for some people, teams and players.

Chicago Bulls-Remember Who You Are

A lot was made of Jimmy Butler’s comments in regards to his coach, Fred Hoiberg, and him needing to coach them harder. But one other thing the star guard spoke about was the team needing to play harder like they have in previous…

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  1. gigoid says:

    Nice to see anyone suggesting some direction for sports; it never seems to move much beyond the issue of raising prices to the fans to make sure THEY don’t end up losing profit by raising prices.. all the cost of player salaries, new stadiums/buildings always seem to come out of the fan’s pockets…. the owners don’t think any of it should be considered a cost of doing business….

    Take THAT new direction, to making it economically realistic for fans to follow their teams, and we MIGHT see some actual change in sports in general, and, perhaps, some actual honest competition, beyond seeing who can hire the highest paid team…

    Hmph…. The average fan can’t afford to take their kids to a ball game, in any professional sporting venue, unless they have a spare couple hundred bucks they can afford to throw away….

    gigoid, the dubious


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