This October basketball fans face some tough choices.
The Minnesota Lynx say they deserve to be WNBA champions for a second-straight year, but can they really be trusted?
After all they’ve been champion for an entire season and are you really any better off now than you were a year ago?
The Indiana Fever are an exciting team that shares the basketball and plays smothering defense. This October the choice is clear.
If the Fever become WNBA Champion, they won’t rest until there’s a chicken in every pot and a basketball hoop on every garage.
Haven’t we had enough of the Minnesota Lynx? After all, can we really count on a team that relies so heavily on just two players?
America deserves a champion that has more to offer than just four-time All American Maya Moore and former WNBA Rookie of the Year Seimone Augustus.
The Indiana Fever on the other hand are a true team in every sense of the word, boasting a roster of talented players including the NBA’s top defensive stopper in Tamika Catchings and a sharpshooter in Katie Douglas (currently nursing an injured ankle).
Leadership. The Fever have two spunky guards (Briann January and Shavonte Zellous) that are proven leaders and solid decision makers.
Together they’ve worked hard to prevent the damaging turnovers that can destroy a team’s chances.
The Minnesota Lynx say they’re a good team, but they averaged a disappointing 13 turnovers last year.
Teamwork. Indiana knows the value of teamwork that’s why the Fever guards have demonstrated their willingness for bipartisanship by reaching into the lane to work with the forwards all season long.
Hard work. Bruisers Eriana Larkins and Jessica Davenport understand the value of hard work and their dedication and loyalty to the American people are the backbone of this great nation of ours (and both are capable of scoring inside and protecting the glass which doesn’t hurt either).
Americans deserve a candidate who is strong on defense but the Minnesota Lynx’s record show they are too soft.
This season the Lynx allowed a startling 76.7 points per game. This is the most important time in history and now more than ever basketball fans deserve a champion who can get stops when you need them most.
The Indiana Fever have a proven record for being tough on defense, holding their opponents to just .415 shooting from the field.
We can’t afford another year with the Minnesota Lynx as champions.
An independent study revealed most voters believe the Minnesota Lynx park in handicap parking spaces, scare babies and steal candy from children.
This October the choice for WNBA Champion is clear.
The Indiana Fever are the most exciting and most qualified candidate so do America a favor and give them your support. This message is not, but most likely would be, approved by the Indiana Fever.
This October basketball fans face some tough choices.
Hog Wild makes its return to North Track
Hog Wild Wrestling came back to the North Track after a year absence Tuesday night at the Boone County 4-H fair.
Truck and Tractor Pull results
The Garden Tractor and Truck and Tractor Pull came to the North Track on Sunday evening as part of the festivities at the Boone County 4-H Fair.
Outlaw Mud Bog kicks off North Track events
The Outlaw Mud Bog started off the events at the North Track for the 2014 Boone County 4-H. The event was the first of two mud bogs during fair week, with the Street Truck Mud Bog taking place next week.
A farewell to guard Lance Stephenson
Lance Stephenson’s signing with the Charlotte Hornets, or Bobcats, or Hornets again, whatever they feel like calling themselves this season, generated almost no buzz whatsoever. This must be a small feeling for the Stephenson camp considering it is the deadest sports week of the year. This in the wake of LeBron’s decision to return to Cleveland, one broadcast in 195 different countries and every planet from Earth to the one Marshall Henderson calls home. Meanwhile, Charlotte is bracing for Stephenson’s arrival as if he were Hurricane Lance instead of a mercurial, multi-talented guard who does nothing but play hard, agitate opponents and do his physical best to run through walls on a nightly basis.
Inaugural Pearson 7-on-7 tourney a success
More than 130 former Western Boone football players representing five decades ventured onto the Western Boone practice fields one more time Saturday to partake in the inaugural Jeff Pearson 7-on-7 alumni tournament. Fourteen teams ranging from the Class of 1978 to the Class of 2014 played in the tournament, with the Class of 2012 winning.
Stowers makeshole-in-oneFrank Stowers scored his first hole-in-one Friday at Rocky Ridge Golf Course in Darlington. The shot was made on the 145-yard sixth hole, with a 5 iron. Witnesses were Jim Edwards, Garry Dowden and Les McIntire.
LeBron James returns to Cavs: 'I'm coming home'
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Coaches Deal, King to speak at IU alumni golf outing at Ulen
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LMS call-out for football and boys and girls soccer
The first practice and call-out for Lebanon Middle School football and boys and girls soccer has been scheduled for all interested 6th- through 8th-grade student athletes.Football will have equipment hand-out from 5 to 8 p.m. on July 22 and 23 at Leb
Merchants bats explode in blowout of Tomahawks
For the first three innings Wednesday night, it looked like the Lebanon Merchants were on their way to a second blowout loss to the Midwest Tomahawks in eight days. But then things turned around. After trailing 5-0 after three innings, Lebanon outscored Midwest 15-0 the rest of the way and won 15-6.
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