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Which Sport Do You Like Best?

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  1. 1. Best Sport?

    • Baseball
      31
    • Football
      57
    • Hockey
      29
    • Basketball
      44
    • Tennis
      13
    • Racing
      12
    • NCAA Football (Men's and Women's)
      5
    • NCAA Basketball (Men's and Women's)
      1
    • Soccer
      115
    • Other
      96

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Figure skating, truly artistic and fascinating. I'm not so good at it though.

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The king of sports a.k.a. football, that one which is played using only the feet.

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MotoGP, bowling, curling (😁) and shopping (😂)

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Mixed Martial Arts is the perfect sport!

 

MMA forever!

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On 6/18/2022 at 6:37 PM, Aluminium_Sirius said:

MotoGP, bowling, curling (😁) and shopping (😂)

Excellent, another MotoGP fan :D

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Football (or as Americans call it, soccer). 

 

I have watched football my whole life, as far back as i remember, and have played Fifa since the days i used to play Fifa '97 on my pc :D Actually, i've played every single Fifa since '97. My favorite gaming series of all time (close call between Fifa and GTA, but i just enjoy playing Fifa, it's a game i can play no matter what mood im in). 

 

My team is Manchester United, and boy, it's been a rough 8+ years lately. But it seems like things are changing in our club, finally <3 

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Basketball… 

 

I’m British but my first memory of any major sporting event is watching the ‘92 “Dream Team” at the Olympics, a few years later that lead me to the OG NBA Jam and I’ve loved the NBA ever since.

 

As a SuperSonics fan, I moved to Seattle (from the U.K.) for a year just to be in attendance for their final season. I also saw Kobe’s last game at Staples and two “Linsanity” games (amongst roughly 40-50 games I’ve been to at MSG).

 

Nothing compares to the NBA…

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Baseball. Grew up around my grandmother who was a huge Baltimore Orioles fan. I remember hearing the 1983 world series on the radio in the car. In the summer time she always had them on tv when available. Even though I really don't watch much anymore it is still my favorite sport. 

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Other than NFL and occasionally NASCAR, I'm not really into sports.

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It’s football (the real football, not the one played with your hands)

 

For me, basketball it cant be. Any game that can end with both teams on 100+ points when one scoring shot nets you 2 points, demonstrates straight off the bat that there is no value in scoring or no jeopardy in conceding. Which in turn makes it incredibly dull to watch. Its just watching two teams take turns to score whilst waiting for the end of the match. Major yawn fest.

 

baseball I don’t  really get. I’ve even been to the sky dome to watch yankees vs blue jays. Didn’t have a clue what was happeneing (which wasn’t much, just watching 30 odd fat dudes sitting on a bench mostly). Most of the fans seemed more interested in the food than what was happening on the diamond. And I don’t blame them.

 

rugby stops far too much, ball is hardly ever in play. And American football takes that to a whole new level. Feels like you are literally getting 7 seconds of action every 5 mins...mind numbingly dull

 

thnks that’s enough for now, I’ve suitibly offended the fans of the sports above for time being lol

 

hockey I really enjoyed live and wanted to get into it and gave it lots of chances. But it’s impossible to watch on tv, just never any idea where the puck is....so yeah. It’s hands down football. Nothing even comes close. 

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