After reading several discussion threads, I can't help but think there are a ton of fans that need to find new hobbies. Not that I'm wanting them to stop follow the Blazers or to leave BE, but It sounds like people are ready to give up on the whole team because the organization isn't doing things the way they see fit. I love how Mr. Fan sitting behind his computer knows how to: A. Run a business, B. Manage a top caliber team, and C. Coach that team better than the paid professionals, who, by the way, are in the closed practices seeing every player every day, and talking to the players themselves in genuine conversations (not just press conferences and interviews). I'm also flabbergasted at the fans who know how our players feel, better than the players themselves. Go Find a Hobby!
It is tough to survive the offseason when you team is at the cusp of the next level. It makes it very hard when the fan base is used to seeing Pritchard work magic with several highly intense moves each offseason, and now the team can now stand relatively still. We as fans start frothing at the mouth looking for any new news while simulating seasons NBA 2K10, (or modified rosters of 2K9).
My Point is this – What do/can fans do in the offseason to cope with the lack of NBA busyness? Fishing? Working? Origami? Help fellow BEdgers out, what works for you?