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“Dogfish Head would have gone bankrupt if it wasn’t for the city of Philadelphia in the late '90s.” Yeah, we're most outstanding at a lot of things — including drinking beer. That undeniably deep sense of pride in who we are, whom we cheer for, and also what we eat and drink, has always been tempered by the gnawing sense that we’re forever misunderstood, underestimated, and underappreciated by the national media.
How many times can we tell the world we are more than just Santa-booing cheesesteak eaters – though we do love our cheesesteaks -- before the country believes it’s true?
On Thursday night, Steph Curry will begin playing in the NBA Finals for the third straight year.
But when he takes the court at Oracle Arena for the Warriors’ game against the Cavaliers, he’s going to look different—much different—than he has in past years.
The beard looks like it’s probably going to end up on this list before it’s all said and done.
But for now, we’re all going to have to get used to seeing it all over our TV screens during the NBA Finals, so let’s do our best to get comfortable with it, painful as it might be. interview this week, he said that he started letting it grow about four months ago, which would put the start date around the beginning of February.
“The first keg of beer I ever sold outside of my state was to Tom Peters at Copa Too,” he said. If you’re a Philadelphian, you’ve mastered the underdog pose.Back in 2015, Curry walked onto the court for Game 1 of the NBA Finals looking like this: Sometime around the NBA All-Star break back in February—more on this later—Curry decided that he was going to try and grow a beard, even though he’s spent most of his college and NBA careers playing the role of the "Baby Faced Assassin." And it’s left a lot of fans wondering what the deal is with it.Did he grow his beard to try and assume the role of a villain now that he’s playing on what has become one of the most hated teams in the NBA?James Harden stepped gingerly off the bus at the Kimpton Epic Hotel in downtown Miami, punchy after a two-hour flight from Houston following a 20-point loss to Golden State, and was greeted by a phalanx of photographers along Biscayne Bay.They were not interested in Dwight Howard or Patrick Beverley, Clint Capela or Trevor Ariza. And what were his teammates thinking as they watched the whole high-pitched scene unfold? Harden was used to fans lining up outside hotels for autographs and selfies, standard road procedure. ” On that warm afternoon, in the fall of 2015, it was a difficult question to answer. Tensions between Harden and Howard, simmering for years, boiled over.
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