When I reminded my wife that today was opening day for the Angels she said to me "Of course it is, didn't basketball just end?" Yes, yes it did.
I suppose I should just get this out there and out of the way. Once my team is out of the playoffs I GENERALLY don't care about who wins the rest of the thing. It's Monday afternoon and other than Florida and Kentucky I don't know who the other two in the Final Four are. I should check. Hunh, UConn and Wisconsin. I actually picked Uflop and the Badgers in my pool, and I have the floppers winning the big game. Not that I really care mind you. Again, I don't. I watched maybe five minutes of the tournament after UCLA lost on Thursday.
So yes, for me Basketball is over. I don't care what happens in the NBA other than for the draft because I am curious as to where Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine end up. Kyle might have played himself into the top 5, whereas Zach may go late first round or early second. That's what I read anyway.
Neither appear to have any trading cards available, but they will, and soon.
2014 is the second year in a row that I've not bought any Baseball cards prior to opening day, and since I didn't break a single pack of 2013 product I'm pretty sure I'm not going to suddenly get the itch to buy the same stuff only with a new date on the front.
I have to say I'm no longer optimistic that Mike Scioscia can bring another championship to Los Angeles. Yes, I know they play in Anaheim. I wish they didn't. Though I still have to say I'd rather go to a game at the Big A than Dodger Stadium. You know I haven't been back to Chavez since before I was married. That says something I think.
Some of the names on the projected opening day lineup are unfamiliar to me. Kole Calhoun? Doesn't matter, it's still opening day and everyone still has a chance to win it all!