Honestly, I think there is barely any reason for the NBA and NHL to even have a regular season at all. Over half the league makes it to the post-season, so what's the fuss about the regular season? Why bother? I'm just not getting your point at all. The regular season is 162 games long. It has plenty of significance. The post-season decides the World Series champion and there is plenty of significance. Does it necessarily decide who the best team is? No, because you're not just taking the top two teams from each league. Once you expand the playoffs, you dilute the significance, but nevertheless there is far more relevance to the MLB post-season and regular season than there is in the NBA or NHL.
Originally Posted by oolalaa
The San Francisco Giants won the 2010 World Series and no one can ever take that away from me!
In 2012 they did it again. Nope, can't take that one away from me, either.
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