Would you be interested in Hard Knocks during the season?
This summer was the first time I watched Hard Knocks. I really had no interest in the Dolphins before the show. But the program really made me interested what goes on behind the scenes. There's a huge difference in reading "Dolphins trade Davis for 2nd rounder" and seeing Ireland actually tell Davis to his face, and seeing his somewhat stunned reaction.
Basically, i'm proposing a "season long" Hard Knocks (I know teams would NEVER go for it, so this is purely hypothetical). I'm actually wishing it still aired. I mean, just recently Chris Hogan aka 7/11 was cut, and Chaz Alexi was brought back (both Hard Knocks stars) to the PS. I'm actually interested in how it went down on camera. And then of course, chronicling the players/coaches/GM's reactions before, during, and after the meaningful games. Add in the personal element (the relatives in the stands, exploring new cities, getting used to the NFL life, etc).
What are your thoughts. Would you be interested in a Hard Knocks show that went season long? If Hard Knocks was still following the Dolphins right now, would you watch it?
“This is Dallas. We compete for championships here.”
"He makes (my game) a lot easier. I can move without the ball and just trust that he'll make the right decision. It's as simple as that. I really don't have to work (as) hard to get opportunities. I find openings within the defense, and he makes the defense pay."
Center Dwight Howard verifies everything Bryant said.
"(Nash and Bryant) know how to play basketball," Howard said after practice."Being the guards, they understand how the offense has to run, and Steve has done an excellent job in finding the open guy. We're just going to play off that.980987
Through all of the hardships and struggles, Curry says his family has always been there to help keep him from letting that frustration boil over.
“Really, I get frustrated but as soon as I leave the arena and I get around my family – my kids, my wife and everybody – it goes away honestly,” Curry said. “At the end of the day, that’s what’s important and this is work. I come to work, I punch in the clock, I do what I have to do and I go home and live my life.”