I mean, we're not into Singles unless it is Golf or NASCAR.....or when the Olympics come around?
Is that accurate? But I'm really talking team sports. More mercenary group work to represent a city, let's say.
Cricket is like baseball. Rugby is like football. Lacrosse is like soccer. Field hockey, yeah.
Volleyball is like basketball, but not so much. It has even more constant quick-move proximity. The spike is at hand, or I should say, handier than the dunk.
If there is a more successful economy or bubble to arise with the insatiable boredom (or demand) of Americana, a big sixth team sport could arise. Probably before a thirty something living today retires. And I see it as volleyball.
In suburbia boredom, basketball can be as convenient as a driveway. But had there been a male offering for volleyball in my high school (there was a lady offering), I would've forgone many o' basketball gaming and practicing to play V-ball. Now that my alma mater is combining with another school, male volleyball will likely be an option pretty soon (certainly, for overlooked basketballers (to-be) volleyballers).
It's fun. Ye cannot deny. Pick a league that's abutted to a bar or bowling alley. It'll be a good time.
What would you name your city club?
Lady and Gent teams. Cincinnati Stunners, Portland Platoon, Miami Magnificent, Boston Battle Group, Seattle Steamrollers. YOU TELL ME.