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Name: Capell Griffin
Location: Tampa
ZIP: 33612
Gender: Superman
Social Media Account: McGriff67 (AIM)
Member since: January 31, 2006
Last visit: February 02, 2006

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Sports Bio

I love the New York Knicks. I became a true fan of their's in 1993. I fell in love with their blue collar like hustle and determination. I think another reason why i liked them so much was because they were so anti-Jordan. The Bulls were polar opposites of the Knicks, the Bulls seemed so much more glamorous and flashy than us. At that time (93) I just started playing basketball so of course I lacked any real skill so I identified with Knicks because they seemed more real to me.

Recent Comments

A tough workout before the day off.

That is a lot of micro-managing by the NBA. I thought it was kind of odd to not allow players to wear the sweatbands on various locations of their bodies, I would have assumed that the people in charge of merchandise might be upset at the possible decline in sells. They must have already calculated that the losses would be minimal. I wonder who is responsible for initiating all of the nit-picking like tucking in the jersey's before coming to the scorer's table.

posted by mcgriff67 at 11:17 AM on October 11, 2006

The Curse of the Orlando Magic

I agree with Smithers, it bothers me that some people think that Hill is running around giggling to himself about how he jacked the Magic for all of that loot. Hill is a stand up guy with a strong work ethic who would want nothing more than to be able to play the game that he loves without injuries and earn the money that he is being paid. I don't feel sorry for the guy at all (people who are handsome, talented, rich, and married to a hottie receives no sympathy from me) but I do understand how frustrating his ordeal has been for him.

posted by mcgriff67 at 07:32 AM on September 22, 2006

Lions' assistant coach arrested for driving in the buff, among other things.

Forget the D-line, how about anyone in the entire free world. The next time Cullen is done being intimate with his girlfriend/boyfriend and he asks her/him," Was it good for you?" how can she/he not respond by saying "You should have biggie sized it". He should quit now and move to Nepal and save himself a lifetime worth of grief.

posted by mcgriff67 at 04:08 PM on September 08, 2006

Lions' assistant coach arrested for driving in the buff, among other things.

How irresponsible of Cullen. Some coaches just don't understand that whether they want to be or not, they are role models for their players and they set the standards for the players behavior. Cullen has to realize how stupid and objectionable his antics are, I mean come on man, ordering fried french fries and a hamburger during the season! That sort of eating habit belongs in the off-season. I bet his drink wasn't even diet!

posted by mcgriff67 at 07:18 AM on September 08, 2006

D. A. DAY (Day After Day)

White Castle can't really call their sliders burgers because those things are just too small. I can't eat there or Crystals, I become enraged at their miniscule size. I'm a real man baby and I need a real man's burger; nothing smaller than a quarter pounder.... I hope that didn't sound too gay.

posted by mcgriff67 at 10:48 AM on February 03, 2006

A Game by Any Other Name Sells as Sweet

Those guys who portray football players in the commercials look so corny, they look like regular guys they find off the street. Goes to show you that just to be a fat NFL player you still have to be in some kind of shape.

posted by mcgriff67 at 07:38 AM on February 03, 2006

D. A. DAY (Day After Day)

Aren't National holidays paid days off? If so, let's make Day After Superday a holiday

posted by mcgriff67 at 07:28 AM on February 03, 2006


Read your profile daddisamm, I hope your job is going great.

posted by mcgriff67 at 11:22 AM on February 02, 2006


Does anyone know how many 100 point games there have been in girl's high school basketball?

posted by mcgriff67 at 10:49 AM on February 02, 2006

Ben Roethlisberger blogs the Super Bowl!

If I'm not mistaken, blogs are comments or statements posted on a website for people to read or respond to. I don't know the actual definition but that's my guess.

posted by mcgriff67 at 10:44 AM on February 02, 2006

The semi-annual Barry Sanders questions. Why and why not come back?

Barry was beautiful to watch, I think every runningback,even Marshall Faulk or LT, wished that they could run like him. He did things that you could imagine but never duplicate. I never saw a runner who could get so low to the ground and still maintain so much balance and power.Barry is a class act who embodies the old school demeanor of a true champion

posted by mcgriff67 at 10:37 AM on February 02, 2006


The level of your competition greatly determines the importance of a players scoring accomplishment. MJ's 63 was more impressive than KB's 81 or David Robinsons 72 against the Clippers. I am not talking about this girl's accomplishment in relation to her college prospects but in terms of a sports accomplishment. MJ scored 63 against the Boston Celtics in the playoffs

posted by mcgriff67 at 10:15 AM on February 02, 2006


I don't think this is a big deal at all, whooptee doo!!!!Yeee-haaaw!!!!! I'm a girl in high school and i just scored 113 points, take that Wilt, MJ, and Kobe. Whatever, they beat their opponent by 103 points what a good team that must have been. That's like scoring 81 points against the Hawks or the Raptors.Big deal

posted by mcgriff67 at 07:42 AM on February 02, 2006