Riaz S
@Riaz · 2:35

Professional sports without fans!!!

Would like to see how much I get into the games without the fans. So I don't know, man. I just thought I would share my thoughts and as well. Take care, folks. Have a great day. Bye

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So that kind of helped a little bit. But like I said, I forgot about it after a Phil and I was really just into watching the actual baseball game as far as the National Basketball Association, when they start back up in December, there will not be any fans. I don't think that it's going to get any better at that point. I think there still won't be any fans there. They're still going to play NBA basketball games fanless
Howie Rubin
@Howie · 0:47
I watch football games, basketball games, baseball games on television, and I basically do that by myself. And I don't need the fan base at the Stadium in order for for me to enjoy it
phil spade
@Phil · 2:01

Will we hear trash talking in the NBA?

But once you reach that professional level, I don't think there's going to be much of a case that but something to look for for sure. I think with the NBA, what I'm most curious about is that I know there's a lot of trash talking that goes on the floor that washing from home you don't really hear or you pick up on. And I'm wondering whether we're going to be picking up on a lot of that
Indy Rishi Singh
@MysticScientist · 0:32
I think what's going to be really interesting is the home court advantage, because like a lot of teams like they you know, it's interesting how that works, even from a spiritual, I guess, metaphysical point of view as well as just in general, like, you know, that used to be an advantage. And so there's no advantage there
Riaz S
@Riaz · 1:58
If you're talking about the top notch players, the top 5% of the NBA players all stars and things like that, usually it doesn't affect them because they are pretty seasoned and things like that. But on the contrary, it's a team sport. I don't think one or two players actually win the game, even those stars, sometimes they need the crowd to pump them up. And you see it all the time
Howie Rubin
@Howie · 1:05
Baseball players playing in a place like Chicago understand the walls and the wind and all the other kinds of things that go along with the field. So I think the real home field advantage comes in knowing where you're playing and the familiarity with the court that you're on that really gives the team the advantage. It's not necessarily the fan base, but understanding the FBI environment that you're in and how to play against it
Howie Rubin
@Howie · 0:34
Combination also goes to the groundskeepers who tighten and loosen the rims of basketball, who mow the lawns in the baseball game, depending depending on the team that's coming in the speed of the team the way the team does things. So there's a lot of subtlety that goes on in sports to adjust the arena based on the strength and weaknesses of the athletes that are playing in them
Riaz S
@Riaz · 1:14
Howie, thanks so much for your last two. Swells. I think it was very enlightening, although it makes sense. I just never really thought about it, especially all the things you mentioned, which happens due to home field advantage. So that's really intriguing. But you're right. Knowing the field and where anything and everything is does make a difference. Yeah, but it's going to be quite interesting
Howie Rubin
@Howie · 1:32

Swell and sports fans

One of the big things about being a sports fan is being a Monday morning quarterback, being able to watch the game and then being able to critique the game. So I think that the fact that fans may may not be allowed in the stadiums, they're not going to lose that after the game. Joy of being that Monday morning quarterback and being able to really get out there and critique
Riaz S
@Riaz · 1:58
I think Swell would really make it completely a different dimension and especially in the Cobbt era, it's going to be a lot of fun. So I'm actually really looking forward to it actually the first so called preseason game that I know that Thunder might be playing is Thunder versus Celtic. That's going to be tomorrow. I think maybe I'm wrong. I just saw that somewhere in the schedule
Howie Rubin
@Howie · 0:12

Phil on the case

So I guess we should put Phil on the case and have him organized by team, by city, so that everybody can really interact and call everybody every name in the books

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