I remember when I was a young boy and I wanted to go see the Houston Comets play. Why? I have no bleeping idea!
I just remember my Dad wanted to watch a Scotland football (soccer) match and missed it to take the family out for a day with the Comets.
What a disaster.
Even at 12 years old I was bored and couldn't wait to leave the awkwardly empty arena.
Nobody is interested in the WNBA; nobody I know, or you know or anybody knows. I can't understand how it has lasted this long. It is like JAG, who is watching this stuff?
My opinion of the WNBA is shared by most Americans. In a sport where the team that won the first four WNBA championships—the Houston Comets—goes out of business, something is probably broken.
I propose three minor changes to help attract people's attention and maybe save the league...but probably not.
Lower the Goal
Why are we watching these women shoot baskets from a short range with an ugly orange and white ball?
Well, we aren't watching. But maybe we would watch, maybe I would watch, if the goal was lowered 18 inches.
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