“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others.” Learning to let go and humble myself
-off two feet, control, no more 1 foot layups. be strong -power, kob, must get contact. No more avoiding contact. MUST -attack straight lines, NO AVOIDING CONTACT! -USE BODY protect ball. -keep composure, just forget about mistakes. don’t take all the blame. -even though i’ve got all odds against me right now, I’ve got to keep my composure and not take things personally....
For the last 3 days, I have been in a slump. I can’t score, I cant defend, I can’t even handle the ball. The worst thing is, I can’t even raise my head. I feel like I’ve lost passion in the sport, and I’m out there playing like a robot, following the coach’s every demand. Everytime I step on the floor, many thoughts run through my mind. “what play are we...
Is it cheesy to say that whenever I see you, all I see is you? Or whenever I look you in the eyes, I feel as if you know exactly what I’m thinking? Maybe it is cheesy. Maybe these lines are over used. But I feel happy when I’m around you. Am I cheesy?