Fools rush in first - and take the best places.
Exciting episodes occur only in those moments when you are staring at the scoreboard or jumped out to buy a hot dog.
The spectator's knowledge of the game is inversely proportional to the price of the seat he bought.
If you switch from one football game to another in an effort to avoid the next portion of advertising, they will also play ads on that channel.
1. Things never go so bad that they cannot be worsened by a change of coach.
2. Bad point guard - the one who is on the field today.
3. A free agent (a professional athlete not bound by a contract) is anything but a free person.
4. Hockey is a game where six very good players and the home team play.
5. Anyone who can move to New York will move.
The higher the amount a free agent signs a contract with, the less effective that athlete will be in the next season.
A football coach must be smart enough to understand the game, but dumb enough to consider it important.
If you want your track and field team to win the high jump competition, look for one person who can jump seven feet * (~ 213 cm), not seven people who can each jump one foot.
If you don't give it up, they can't get into it.
Tactics that work in theory don't work in training. Tactics that work in practice don't work in play.
Never show card tricks to those you play poker with.
The only way to somehow make up for the fact that you are lost is to write down the exact time when it happened.
As you get closer to the mountain, it gets steeper and steeper.
The mountain seems closer than it really is.
The partner is always wrong.
Never try to crawl through a hole smaller than your head.
Demonstration clubs only work until you join them.
The only time a golf ball listens to you and responds correctly to your screams is when you give it the wrong information.
It doesn't matter if you win or lose ... but only if you win.
The mediocre player easily falls to the level of his opponent, but it is very difficult to rise.