Many stories happened since I last posted, but two stand out. Miami wins and Penn State loses.
First things first. The Miami Heat won. I did not see this coming, because I thought that the 2011 LeBron James I saw versus the Dallas Mavericks last year was the 2012 LeBron James I would see this year.
I was wrong.
LeBron stepped up. Amazingly. Jaw-droppingly. And he was unquestionably the MVP of the series. He turned last year’s Wie into last decade’s Woods.
So I was wrong. And Johnny the C was right. I’ll admit it.
I only have one comment on the NBA finals that I haven’t read elsewhere.
If LeBron James employed a sports psychologist last year, now would be the time for said psychologist to write a book. Now.
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Jerry Sandusky got convicted on 45 counts out of 48 total. Anybody surprised? I think not. But the big loser? Penn State.
Whose coaches allowed this to go on. Whose administration allowed this to go on. Whose professors allowed this to go on. Whose towel boys allowed this to go on. Whose fans allowed this to go on. Whose hot dog vendors allowed this to go on.
It ain’t all McQuery, you know. Some of the above had to know. And only McQuery–only him–testified in court. So I forgive him. The rest of Penn State? Not so much.
What high school football player, with a brain in his head, is going to commit to the Penn State Pedophiles in the next ten years?
Well, we’ll find out. Because I plan to list every last one of those morons here.