March-June is my favorite time of the year, and the reason is simple….I love basketball! March Madness was the best tournament I have seen in years…if not ever. The amount of game winning shots and watching teams have their dreams come true and some times get heartbreak that does not seem fair for a team of kids to endure. In case you have been living under a rock the past couple of months I will include a the shot heard around the world and that people will ask “where were you at” when that happened. Here is a good highlight of it that gives you some context leading up to the shot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7FFJUz0tdo. So it might have come to quite a disappointment to some when the first game of the first round of the NBA playoffs had the biggest blow outs in the history of the league. I think what people tend to forget that these are professional players who knows one game does not decide a series and a season. So it should come as no shock that Dallas was able to squeak out a game against Oklahoma City (even though it took Kevin Durant missing the most shots of any players in N.B.A history for this to happen) and Houston Squeaking out a game against The Golden State Warriors (even though it took Stephen Curry being out of the game, Klay Thompson missing all seven of his three point attempts and Draymond Green committing seven turnovers as well as a horrible foul at the end of the game). The point is that I think people were too quick to judge the status of the N.B.A playoffs and these games prove that anything can happen. At the very least it is setting up what could be the most exciting second round of the playoffs the N.B.A has ever seen and I am so excited to see what unfolds.
My Blog page here at Steven Rindner Sports will mainly talk about my personal views and opinions regarding news and events in the world of sports. However, from time to time, I will also be sharing my insights on other things that I find interesting. Perhaps you will also be treated to a few personal anecdotes every now and then, who knows?
Sports Journalist in the Making
For those of you who are new to this site, I created this for the purpose of practicing my skills; at least in terms of sports reporting and broadcasting. My goal is to become a sports journalist someday; and not just any sports journalist, one of the best ones there is!
I know that before I can become a reputable reporter, I have to start somewhere. I see this site as a good starting point. This blog will serve as my public portal for practicing my voice, in terms of giving my two cents’ worth about news, events and issues surrounding sports.
I know of a few successful entrepreneurs and career persons who started with a blog. It is my hope that I will be given the same breakthrough this site.
What will we talk about?
I know that for my blog to be of interest to my audience, I have to know what they want to read. While I intend to share my personal thoughts on things that matter to me, I also want to know about the things that matter to you—in the world of sports as well as everything else under the sun.
Is there anything in particular that you wish to learn more about me? Please let me know. I am more than willing to share with you little tidbits about my life.
Do you have questions regarding your favorite football team, basketball player, or sports in general? Please ask away! I will be more than happy to do the necessary research for you and provide you with accurate answers.
While this site is still in its early stages, I have yet to finalize my contact information. I will provide my social media accounts and other contact details as soon as everything is up and running.
In the meantime, please feel free to browse through my pages. I will be posting regular updates on this page so make sure to check back again soon. I hope to see you back here in the coming days!