Had a black and white tv in my bedroom when I was a kid. No way my parents were springing for a color one. That "change the channel walk to turn the knobs" struggle was real. My first gaming system came in a plastic bag filled with Army men. My first bike was a Miami Dolphins themed Huffy with a banana seat. That 1978 Christmas when I got the orignal Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader,etc was epic along with 50 Hot Wheels cars.
My 11 year old doesn't understand what "go outside and play" means. We used to make our own toys out of sticks and rocks when we broke the toys we had. Mom and dad didn't run back to Roses or K-Mart to buy another one. I could play in a creek for hours, hunting crawdads, making dams, and watching my leaf "boat" go faster than my friends. If I told my daughter to go play in the creek she'd think I was crazy and punishing her.
Our kids generation lacks imagination in so many ways when it comes to play. Oh sure they can imagine the next cool tech gadget but give them a rope, a cracked frisbee, or a tarp and they wouldn't know what to do with it (I have about 6 ideas for just those items alone).
If Harvard makes any 3s in that game we lose. They shot 90% from the foul line and had 10 less turnovers. But UNC should have never allowed them to get back in the game after being up by double digits 3 different times.