Opinions: And then there was one...
One, as in losses I predict the Bears to have at the end of the year. Darn, they looked good in the first half yesterday. When you're fans are booing when it's 41-3, you must be playing some good football, and have to live up to the expectations that go with them.
One, as in the number of NBA coachces in Red Auerbach's class of excellence. Scream all you want about anyone else, Auerbach is alone at the pinnacle, much like John Wooden in college basketball. A loss for the baketball world should make us cherish the fact that Auerbach outlived his life expectancy by two decades at least and Wooden is smashing his at 96 (and in fairly good health from what I hear).
One, as in number of wins by Detroit, Arizona, and Miami in the NFL. The Matt Millen story should be a lesson to sports franchies everywhere. Hiring a guy with no possible reason to believe him to be a success is rather silly and stupid. Isaiah Thomas, meet Matt Millen. Matt Millen, meet Isaiah Thomas.
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