No, this time of year is about the NCAA March Madness, an elimination tournament that brings the best of the college basketball world together to duke it out until the Final Four is reached.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the tournament, and we’re here to offer a few ideas to help you- the most rabid fan to commemorate this occasion.
Play the Game
One of the best things about the Sweet Sixteen and March Madness is that the action is so intense and nearly everyone who wants to can get involved. So why not play a few impromptu games in honor of those college students sweating it out on the courts? Not only will you get a great work out, and possibly re-live your glory days of college basketball, but you’ll have more ammo for your arm chair coaching while you watch the game later that night.
Get the Office Involved
If you’re lucky enough to work in a place with other March Madness fans, chances are you’ll spend your lunch hour analyzing and re-analyzing the last night’s game. Who had the best three pointer? Who paid off the referees? Which one of the players is going to be the next Magic Johnson? These are questions that should be debated, and debated with much passion. So, if you don’t want to devote your entire lunch hour to basketball, consider getting together over a few drinks or dinner to keep the conversation going. Of course, if your boss is cool or crazy enough to allow you to actually watch the games while you work, that’s a different story completely.
Whether you’re cheering for one of the juggernauts like Georgetown or Indiana, or putting your pride and money behind one of the long shots like Oregon, the great thing about March Madness is the sharing of the love and passion for basketball among your friends. Our custom collegiate ornaments, just like that impromptu game in the local park can be a great way to relive the memories and experiences of 2013 March Madness.