Go Bowling back at the 43rd Annual Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks
The 4th of July holiday is right around the corner and Go Bowling will again serve as a participating partner with Macy’s to help make the 2019 event even more spectacular than before.
We were lucky enough to have the opportunity to speak with Tiffany Greene, a play-by-play commentator for ESPN, covering a variety of collegiate sports including basketball, football, softball and volleyball and the first African-American woman to serve as a play-by-play commentator for college football on a major network. We asked Tiffany about her collegiate bowling career, bowling preferences, and impact the sport has had on her life.
Everyone else traded in their kicks for some slick-soled red, white, and blue shoes. Steven Adams opted to stay in his trademark Thunder flip flops. Ray Felton tested out a couple options then delivered a laser beam right down the middle of the lane, while just feet away Paul George tried the spin technique.
Chris Paul didn’t start off the NBA season as he would have liked. The Houston Rockets point guard missed 17 consecutive games due to a strained left hamstring before returning to the lineup last month. He’s improved as of late, scoring at least 20 points in each of his past three games and tallying a season-high 17 assists in Saturday’s 118-112 victory over the Golden State Warriors.
Bowling remains the most underrated recreational endeavor in American life. Bowling relaxes and restores the spirit. Even when you bowl bad, you feel good. Bowlers are lovers, not fighters.
Bowling has tested my loyalty of late because the old-fashioned bowling alley morphed into the newfangled bowling center. In addition to being much more expensive, these places are loud and dark.