Indoor Week 4 Recap

Did everybody enjoy wacthing the Super Bowl? I didn’t catch the game myself, instead I decided to watch my two favorite TV shows – Party of Five and a fictional show about farting I invented called Fart-y of Pive.

***Quick note about how out-dated this joke is. This year’s Super Bowl was number LII. The last time Party of Five aired, they were only on Super Bowl XXXIII; in that game John Elway lead the Denver Broncos to a win over the Chris Chandler lead Atlanta Falcons. Both QB’s now receive senior discounts when they go out, and both of the game’s announcers are now dead. Immediately after the game, Family Guy aired for the very first time. … Read More »

Indoor Week 3 Recap

For your viewing pleasure … cartoon bocce complete with cute cartoon shit talking

Now that we’re all in a good mood. Lets talk Turbo Bocce! We are in our third week and constantly learning, tweaking, and making the rules better. Here’s the first rule change. You have to play 20 games in 10 weeks, but they can be EITHER court or table bocce, if you have a preference feel free to stick to that. If you play fewer than 20 games you get forfeits for the games you did not play, but you CAN play more than 20 if you want to improve your winning percentage (we will go by winning percentage in the playoffs.

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Have more fun in 2018!

Syracuse’s most social sport is back in January with our unique brand of creative and fun league play.

What: Indoor Bocce League

Where:  All Star Alley in Destiny USA, 3rd floor canyon area.

When: January 9th at anytime between 5:30-8:30

How Much: Free!

Here’s how it works, sign up to join the league, then join us alone or with a partner (either way we’ve got you covered!) to learn how to play this fun game that’s easy to learn!  No experience necessary!


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You’re the next Griff Sanders … who is Griff Sanders?

If you came to our indoor bocce open house, you got to watch the movie Blackball – a comedy starring Vince Vaughn and James Cromwell based on the true story of a bocce player who received the longest ban in sports history.

Bryan Mullane receives his triple crown award with the opening scene of Blackball on in the background.

If you’ve never seen Blackball I suggest watching it on Amazon now. You’ll see a lot of things you recognize, including the main character, Cliff Starkey, playing bocce on a crappy field littered with beer cans … Read More »