Confessions of a Devout Phoenix Suns Fan

May 6th, 2010 by Ravi Krishnan Leave a reply »

As is possibly the case with any crazy fan of any sports franchise, I am a die-hard Phoenix Suns fanatic and feel vested in, and instrumental to, the success of the team. In this context, I end up doing the wackiest, craziest, strangest things in order to ensure the success of my beloved basketball team.

In no particular order, here are the eight dorky quirks of my life as a Suns fan:

1. I DVR the game so that I watch 20 minutes behind live action. Why? I have no idea, but I just get the sense that if the game looks to be going out of hand, I can at least fast-forward the misery.

2. I mute-out opponents' shot attempts during the last two minutes of every quarter. Again, this sounds, and probably is, illogical, but I feel if I mute-out the shot attempt, the shot's not going in! The reason to do this only in the last two minutes—I want to use this like teams use fouls. It only works a finite number of times, not every time, so I like to do this only during crunch time of every quarter.

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