Basketball has always been my favorite sport to play and watch. I’m fine with watching an entire game between two teams I never even heard of.
For a year after college, I went back and was the assistant coach for the high school I attended. Coaching basketball is something I plan on doing again in the future. It was a great experience.
My purpose of talking basketball, is to talk about NBA free agency beginning. Lebron James who has a chance to become the 2nd greatest player ever (behind Jordan of course), is a free agent starting July 1. The Chicago Bulls, who are my favorite team, actually have a chance of signing him. In one day, they can go from a team fighting for a playoff spot, to a championship contender for the next ten years. Amazing to think about.
Anyways, on to the weekend reading…
Personal Finance Related
- The Few Things Money Can’t Buy, and a Few Things it Can via Frugal Dad
- Bigger Isn’t Always Better: Remembering to Appreciate What I Already Have via Get Rich Slowly
- Eighteen Best Money Tips from my Facebook Fans via The Simple Dollar
Other Good Stuff
- You’re Already Self Employer via Self Godin
- Festival of Frugality via Where’s My Rolling Pin
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