Friday, July 27, 2012
100 Greatest People of 2012: #70-61
#70 - Nick Markakis. Markakey! I fell in love with the Baltimore Orioles right fielder at a Red Sox - Orioles game in Baltimore. He's just so majestic and underrated. He's great. Leading the Orioles to over .500, hopefully.
#69 - Blake Griffin. Every other shot he makes is a dunk. That's his beauty. He laughs it up and has a good humor. I hated him at Oklahoma, but he's much better in LA, on the Clippers. Hopefully that knee holds up.
#68 - Dwight Schrute. I should have written Dwight K. Schrute. He's probably the wackiest man on The Office! Portrayed by Rainn Wilson, Dwight is a television character like none other. With a family like none other, hello Mose. He'll be getting his own show soon. Dwight's all about bears, beets, and Battlestar Galactica.
#67 - Damon Wayans Jr. Star of Happy Endings. He provides a lot of humorous one-liners on the show. He's also hilarious whilst doing Parkour.
#66 - Kevin Love. He has the same kind of humor as Griffin. Love and Griffin are very good friends and can create many funny things. Love can also create many scoring opportunities. He set the record for consecutive double-doubles last year. He'll be in the postseason this year with Minnesota.
#65 - Rob Gronkowski. GRONK! Gronk, gronk, smash, gronk, gronk. He's just a beast. This offseason he hasn't been able to escape the media at all, but yet he continues to work on his game and improve. He flicks defenders off like flies. He's an awesome guy. If only he caught that Hail Mary. Yes. I am still hung up on that.
#64 - Enrique Deve'reaux. The Puerto Rican Mohican. That's his hip hop name. In Tower Heist he was the tech guy. He was also awesome. He worked at the BK and the Tower as an elevator technician. What a bro.
#63 - Dan Harmon. How can there not be a spot for the creator of Community? His brain is magic as he created such storied episodes as Digital Estate Planning, Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas, Pillows and Blankets, A Fistfull of Paintballs, Remedial Chaos Theory, and Introduction to Finality. Genius.
#62 - Guy Fieri. Former DFTBA MVP, DFTBA champion, and leader of Blackstone Valley in the DFTBA. He hosts Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dive and Minute to Win It, but he's here because of the DFTBA. One of their all time greatest players.
#61 - Mike Vrabel. His career had a horrific ending, but his tenure with New England was golden. He caught a touchdown in the Super Bowl against Philadelphia! Guess what his position is? Linebacker. That's on D. He filled in at tight end. That can give you an idea of the kind of player he was.
Tomorrow is the last day of the first half of the 100. Check it!