Shock the World Chronicles: We do it big in the 'Nati
Sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand words.
I don't think a thousand words could do this photo justice.
What happened this weekend was the result of three years of hard work, dedication, and the good fortune of having great friends, folks who care about you, and being in the right place at the right time.
I'll get to the photo of Oscar Robertson in just a moment.
As you all know, the Shock The World Tour has become a staple here at ETSF, and by know most of you know what it means to us as fans. It's the simple process of touching down somewhere new and witnessing a live sporting event with your own eyes. Part of the glory in "Shocking the World" is the process that goes along with it: the travel, being unfamiliar in a new city, and the experience that goes along with it. So when the great Kenny Masenda touched down in the 'Nati on Friday, we already knew that the tomfoolery, the chicanery, the hi-jinks, the shenanigans, the monkey-businesses, and utter debauchery was about to go down.