Sam Pewitt doesn't look anything like White Goodman (Ben Stiller's character in the 2004 movie Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) but he cares about the sport with the same intensity. A Scottsdale businessman by day, Pewitt spends his nights and weekends playing a game most people haven't thought about since grade school. In 2006, he founded AZ Dodgeball, the Valley's only dodgeball league, after realizing the sport popular in his home state of Washington had no representation in Phoenix. In case you were wondering: Yes, it's exactly like you remember from childhood. Two teams throw balls at each other until only one person is left standing. The best part, according to Pewitt, is that anyone can play. This is one sport where you don't really have to be a super-athlete to have fun.
I arrived in Phoenix broke and jobless.
When I’m stuck in traffic, I am downloading ring tones (like "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas).
On Saturday night, you can find me in the club; it's going down.
My favorite thing about summer in Phoenix isair-conditioning.
If I could redo my first kiss, I’d kiss Soleil Moon-Frye.
The one dessert I refuse to eat is broccoli.
In another life, I was an old wooden ship.
The one place in Phoenix I don’t want anyone to know about is DeFalco's Italian Grocery.
On my nightstand, you’ll find a George Foreman grill.
The fictional character I’m most like is Jim Halpert.
One thing I want to do before I die is have my own . . . of Loveshow on VH1.
The best thing about Phoenix is frying an egg on the sidewalk. Where else can you do that?