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Saturday, June 19, 2010

America's Sport?

Most played sport in America:
Baseball, still by a commanding lead
Second most played:
Soccer, making ground against baseball and other sports
Third most played:
Basketball
Fourth:
Football

Most played by those born in the USA (in order):
Baseball, basketball, football, hockey, soccer

Most viewed on US television (in order):
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Hockey

Note that professionally Baseball has the most games, followed in order by basketball, hockey, soccer.

Most viewed college sports;
Basketball, football, hockey, baseball, soccer








Asked of Americans born in the USA:
Preference if you could only watch one final championship on TV:

Superbowl...30%
March Madness...23%
World Series final...22%
Soccer World Cup final...18%
(only once every four years)
Kentucky Derby.....2%
NBA final...1%
(note NBA finals have been monopolized by only a few teams)

Gaining ground: Rugby, board sports (with and without wheels), competitive Olympic sports.

With immigrants, soccer moms and minimal required equipment, the team based fast paced game of "soccer" could gain ground in the US as a new generation matures and immigrants from nations that cherish their "football" continue to migrate to the USA.


Sources Wall Street Journal, Media Watch, Sports Illustreated, ESPN, NBC Sports, Fox sports, AP


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MIKE PNIEWSKI “Stand up for what you believe in and pledge to never comprise yourself in order to get ahead. You don’t need it! Trust in your gifts and your commitment.” —Mike Pniewski

Remembering Dick Wilson


Dick Wilson remembered on Eve "Behar" Quillin website

Those interested in long time entertainer, cosmetologist,  the former Mrs. Joe Behar, Eve Quillin, check out her blog and website...

http://www.memoriesoflasvegas.com

And remembering out own beloved Dick Wilson...Mr Whipple.

http://www.memoriesoflasvegas.com/archives/apr3'10.html

My own note. Dick was a friend, real friend in the true sense to all of us, as is his wife Meg (with Dick above). He believed in all talent, not just resumes and ego. He gave and gave to the Nevada SAG Conservatory during my years as chair, under Adrienne Mann Garcia and under Barbara Grant. We all miss our big hearted, British-Canadian WWII Bomber Pilot, comedy and dramatic king (many forget he did so much more than Mr. Whipple) Dick Wilson. Rest in peace.

-Art