Think about it all, a lot of our TV shows are elaborate or basic ideas at best. Our animations are overall, changes and derivatives. Where are the energy and the unexpected? Sport is the right answer. It is the place where we can look for stories and unique occasions that will immerse us. A possible last-minute goal in NHL overtime, or Cinderella history in the NCAA Championship. These things keep us on our feet and leave us in need of more at the end of the day.
Our game stories don’t stick to similar stories and plots. Players and mentors are exchanged, and large groups generally don’t win in the end. It can be down and vice versa. We can follow players from high school to experts. In any case the adventure of some players in school ends or their career as an expert is hampered by injury. There is a lot of criticism and compassion. Part of communication and personal progress. More unexpected developments than a normal TV story or movie. Different players intervene at critical moments to help their teams win and shine. Different players suffocate despite how much we expect them to shine.
In sports, they’re certainly not a bunch of rogues, you just need trouble. The exclusive loss of life is another myth. Point and Case, Tom Brady, Terrell Owens or Kobe Bryant. Some are amazing and some hate them. People also have nice groups and have developed skills. This conflict adds to our survey, but our communications with similar fans and rival fans. Some people may choose scholarships or marry according to group enrollments. A Lakers fan cannot marry a Celtics fan due to stress and conflict. Strangely consider it, but I’m sure it happens at various events.
Regardless, the sport is for us, to give us that adrenaline rush when the various shows and movies just aren’t enough. No matter if you are a fan of football, rugby or even cricket, the sport has a relationship and partnership that you can’t discover while going to see a movie. Some people may say that sports don’t matter.