I watched two first round games of the WNBA championships on Tuesday night. The Minnesota Lynx, which have been a dynasty for the last many years, were eliminated in the first round. They are an aging team, their great players nearing the end of their careers. The younger players have yet to peak.
The cycle of dynastic sports teams is illustrative of a larger point: nothing lasts forever, nobody stays on top indefinitely.
Would that our politicians understood that, and went back to valuing compromise and negotiating long term solutions.
The Seattle Storm has a good shot at winning the championship, which hasn’t happened since 2010. Go Storm!