A: LeBron James: This superstar who plays for the Cleveland Caveliers is a veteran with 11 years under his belt. He is 31 years old, and he is a 6 ft 8 small forward. When he was in the Miami Heat, he was #6, but now after rejoining the Cavs, he is #23, a tribute to Michael Jordan. He is best known for driving to the net before burying a layup or dunk.
Pros: Tall, Strong dribble, good shot, good layup, great layup.
Cons: Doesn’t pass frequently, doesn’t have the handles. 😉
B: Jeremy Lin: A young 26 year old point guard for the LA Lakers, who has the recognition of “Linsanity” when he turned around the New York Knicks. He is 6 ft 3 and plays as #17. Has a wicked 3 pointer shot and good passing ability.
Pros: Quick mind, killer shot, strong passes.
Cons: Weak layup, bad dunk.
What do YOU guys think? A or B? I personally think Lebron is better because of experience.
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1. Are you ready for the grown-up world?
I am not ready for the adult world because it is hard for me to “have” a deadline, and have a risk of being fired. Also, the responsibilities I might have, (ex: taking care of kids, going to a job) are tremendous, and I don’t want that type of pressure. If I become an adult, it would mean lots and lots of changes. I wouldn o longer be the innocent child I am right now. I am personally fearing any type of big change because I appreciate how things are now and if there was change I probably wouldn’t be ready to adjust.
2. Do you understand grown-ups? Do they understand you? Why or why not?
I don’t really understand grown-ups because I fail to see what is their real intention is something. For example, I was watching my dad on the stock market, and I had no idea why he was doing this and I was really confused what the point was. I don’t understand grown-ups because they are usually serious and they do things that we don’t even know could change our lives. Personally, I don’t think they understand me because whenever I show them something, they never have “time” to look at, or even care what I did. Once, I was playing a game, and a grown-up asked me why I was playing the game. I said that I was playing it for fun. What he said next was astonishing: He said, “Fun? Why fun? Shouldn’t you be working on your assignment? YOu don’t have room for fun because it doesn’t benefit you in any way.”
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