I am a Utah Jazz fan. I was spoiled, I grew up in the Karl and John era. Back then I knew the Jazz could win, any given game or, any given series. Now I have to take a more realistic look at things. Will we win this series against Denver, I don't know but with Couch Solan there we have a chance.
As long as LA doesn't repeat, I will be happy. Go Thunder.
I worked as a Cavs radio employee in high school. They were good to me.
Wanted to be a laker girl cheerleader as a child, and that propelled me to be a cheerleader as I got older. There were way less cool things about being a cheerleader at a catholic school than probably a laker girl.
Since I was born and spent 7 years of my life in Southern Cali, I'm a Lakers fan.
I've lived in Ohio for 20+ years, and followed the cavs games with my dad, we'd go and watch them together at the coliesium and stuff. I'm the only one of the three kids (I have 2 younger brothers) that had an interest in basketball.
I would love for Phil J to bring home another ring, because he's AWESOME.
Plus, I like the lakers because James Worthy played a Klingon on Next Gen.
So yeah, I try to catch games, but I usually only watch 1 hour of tv a week, maybe 2 if I get really lucky. So I'm not watching as many games as I used to.