I don't particularly like women's basketball. There is really nothing wrong with it other than the fact that it is completely unentertaining to me. I don't really care to watch the regular NBA, where they make crazy mad moves and gravity-defying dunks in a plastic, corporate-run, multi-billion dollar street-life atmosphere, so I don't know what makes the good people at ESPN think that I am going to want to watch a bunch of girls in loose fitting jerseys doing layups in a half-filled areas that are attached to casinos.
Now I can hear all you pro-WNBA types out there getting yourselves all riled up. And that's cool. I know that all of those women are better atheletes than I will ever be. And I know that all of those women are far more wealthy than I will ever be. And that's cool. I don't begrudge what they are doing. I am not advocating that there shouldn't be a WNBA. I am not advocating that there shouldn't be women's pro leagues. I am just advocating that the people who control the television and the internet to stop forcing women's basketball down my throat. If I lived in Connecticut or Indiana where women's basketball is huge for some reason, or Sacramento or San Antonio where there is absolutely nothing else to do I would be all about the WNBA. But as is I don't live in one of those place. And I don't care about the WNBA. So don't put it in my face everywhere that I go. And I won't have to be so bitter.