Feed me more!

Posted: November 15, 2012 in Uncategorized

Mark Herrington

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Nov. 15, 2012

Blog post #4

D-FENCE, D-FENCE, D-FENCE, YA!!! GREAT REBOUND! NICE STEAL! BEAUTIFUL PASS! FROM DOWNTOWN… AND IT’S GOOD! DID YOU SEE THAT? POSTERIZED!

Linsanity!

Why do athletes love showboating? Why do athletes play their best in front of a sold out crowd? It’s because they love recognition, and just like any league, the NBA loves it’s recognition. If there’s one thing NBA players love, it’s getting attention. That’s right they love their attention, and what better way to receive attention then playing the best they can in front of 20,000 people. Those fans are witnesses to the greatness and bloopers of those that play the game.

NBA players feed off of the fans energy, enthusiasm, and joy to provide quality entertainment to the audience, or the world. For example, some players have their signature move that the fans witness and recognize the skillz of that player. The players energy is often dictated by the fans energy. At a sports venue, there is nothing better than the home crowd roaring, and the players dominating the opposition.

When it comes down to it, it’s all about the audience and the message or vibe that they receive from the players, and then in turn the audience or fans reciprocate another vibe or energy that pumps up the players. This cycle goes on and on and on and on and on, until the end of the game.

I myself am a rowdy fan! I will admit to it. I love heckaling other fans and players of the opposing team. I feed off the teams energy! That’s what enjoying a live sports game is all about, having fun feeding off the energy of others!

Messages of energy are the primary source of awesomeness! It’s all about being awesome! That’s your goal for cheering for your team, in hope that they become awesome and beat the opposition every time!

The media, fans, mascots, and players all give energetic messages that are received in different matters, but together create a fun, awesome atmosphere of sports watching!

Heat Fans Energy!

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Picture 1: REUTERS/Mike Cassese   (CANADA – Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)

Picture 2: REUTERS/Mike Cassese   (CANADA- Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)

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