June 16 was a day like any other for all people, except one man. That one man happened to be celebrating a birthday.
It's considered normal for a man to want to receive things for his birthday. Everyone does.
This man wishes that he could shun conventionality and get his every sports-related whim granted on this special day, his twenty-first birthday.
What then, does this man wish for? Well now, let's take a peek...
The perks are pretty decent in this fan's opinion.
1. No income tax
3. One more year with even more money
4. Right by his Cowboys
There's more that you can add to this list, but this fan is just wishing that LeBron coming to Dallas would come true.
Speaking of the Mavericks...
The Mavs have been to the show once. They were also swept under the Finals rug once.
After ten straight 50-win seasons, this fan thinks that the NBA Championship is ripe for the Mavericks' picking: Kidd's still producing; Dirk is still one of the best shooters in the league; Roddy B is blossoming into a young producer.
Mark Cuban spends money on whatever the team needs, and this fan thinks that a King-sized addition will get the job done.
The Dallas train rolls on...
While being glad about being alive for three of the Cowboys' wins in the big show, the birthday boy only remembers two of them (and vaguely at best).
While the Rams, Patriots, Buccaneers, Giants, Steelers, Broncos, Packers, Ravens, Colts and Saints have championships that stand out in the fan's mind, he'd like his own vivid memory of the Dallas Cowboys winning (especially this season, when the Super Bowl is in their stadium).
This fan's father was a Gordon fan from the Busch Series all the way up until his passing. As a tribute, he continues his father's fandom by wishing that the slump of Jeff Gordon would disappear.
Beginning in 2002, Gordon's attempts have been for naught as the championship has eluded him. He's only even had one win in the last two and a half seasons.
While Jimmie Johnson's success is great, this fan roots for one man to rule them all.
International football has been growing in America since 1990. This 21-year-old fan has watched it since he was five. To see the United States fall flat in each World Cup hurts.
The U.S.A. has an outside chance to win the World Cup, and this fan is hoping that his desire comes true.
Okay, so maybe death is a bit strong. However, there is no doubt that in America, the Yankees are the most loved team. They are also the most hated.
All the cries of "they've bought the game" get pretty annoying, especially considering no one cares. In fact, this Yankees fan wouldn't be surprised to get a visit from one of them after this.
Yes, some people consider American footy to be a joke. The birthday boy is a fan though, and he continues to watch throughout the years of heartbreak.
The loss of Kenny Cooper to a transfer was of bitter sorrow, yet he still believes that Jeff Cunningham can lead them to the top of the table.
Go get them Dallas!
The Devils continue to pop out teams with top talent one year after another. This fan is sad to say that it is all useless without the Devils getting back to the Stanley Cup for the first time since '03.
Brodeur is still one of the best goalies out there. There is hope from the fan that there is at least one championship left in him.
Back in 2007, the Gators captured both the football and basketball championships from the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Well, the birthday boy would absolutely love it if that happened again.
While having no idea why, the fan is quite the fan of this gymnast. You can figure why she's on his list.
Well, uhh, there's really no explanation needed.
She likes kickboxing and bowling. That's good enough for her to be included on a sports-related wishlist, right?