Sunday Funday in InsidePlays-ville, and although there is a limited docket of hoops to keep your cabbage tied up, there is a good spattering of variety to keep you busy today. After my rant yesterday about how Kevin Durant showed more passion than anyone I had seen in a long time, I wonder if I will be disappointed by the upperclassmen in the Association. I know that the show will be good, but will the heart even be visible from any of the players?
Tony won't be smiling today, and he doesn't even have any hotties in his sunglasses reflection, looks like the only thing he can do is complain about his tires!
And if an All-Star game isn't your thing, there will be nothing better to watch today than the Daytona 500. Whether you are intrigued by the fact that a guy named Truex can get the pole in a field of superstars, or you want to listen to Stewart and Newman work their way from the back of the field after their Goodyear tires have let them down again, or you think that this is Junior's year and he gets it started on the same track that his dad was killed on years back. No matter your reason for watching it, I don't think you will walk away disappointed today, so grab a Budweiser and cut your sleeves off your shirt, and maybe even throw a dime on your favorite driver for the fun of it.
The wife beater is the shirt of choice, if only you could look as good in one as our flexible, bendy, oral loving nascar fanatic! Mmmm, Nascar!!!!
ACC SUNDAY TEASER ACTION
The elite of the ACC both have road matchups against mid to lower level teams. Knowing that they are playing on the road, I hesitate to think that them winning by double digits is a guarantee, but I see both of them winning today, so bringing the lines to under 5 make these Sunday Funday games enticing.
Speed is the name of the game today, and with two wheels like Nolan and Greg, it is a clear road to victory!
I really look to see Hansborough completely dominate for UNC as Dwayne Collins will struggle to even hold his jock, added into the fact that the Heels dumped the Canes by 17 in their first go around, and I really like them at -4. For the Dukies, expect Singler to have a day, but I really think Paulus will play a key roll coming off the bench and leading the 2nd team. If he can keep Duke running, which he normally does, I can see Duke pulling away mid way through the second half.