I got challenged to a game of One on One, and who am I to say no to any challenge. I was a terror back in pre-school on the Little Tykes plastic basketball goal in the carpeted play room many years ago.
I met Dani (her blog) at the ball court, determined, ready to go, and up for the challenge. She was a tough opponent, had excellent ball-handling skills, and had a nice stroke when she took a jump shot!
The game to 21 one was tough, I used my skill to penetrate up the middle trying to put it in the hole, she always protecting her backdoor. We where both breathing heavily, sweat coating both of our bodies as I dribbled around her.
The game was tied 20 to 20, she grabbed the ball, and with a soft touch and a smooth flick of her wrist she took a shot. The ball hit nothing but the bottom of the net, game over. Slapping me on the ass she gloated in her win.
Looking dejected, I took a seat next to the game set from Art Dummy (basketball, towel, sink, medicine cabinet) available at Fluid. I said looking dejected because I never planned on winning, smart guys know when to win and win to lose. When it's all said in done, my definition of one on one wasn't meant to be played on the basketball court.
Hair: Exile - 6th Avenue Heartache (New)(Mesh)
Shoes: Balkanik2.0 - SUPAH - Dunk Red/Sun
Art Dummy: Game Set - (basketball, sink, towel, cabinet)