September 19, 2008 7:05am CST
This day we had two games. First was this morning at 9 am then at 5 pm in the afternoon. We've won with the first game with a buzzer beater three pointer but lost the second game. The second game has our opponent overscored us with 30 points. The game ended with 24-54. The funny thing is we've been training for three years and still we've never been to the top four. It's really a disadvantage when your people are small. I'm really having a hard time coaching these little punks.
19 Sep 08
hi! so sorry to hear that you have lost. Cheer up, losing isnt the end of the world, it is the only start of something great. All those winners up there have started also as the losing team. I actually think that the lost that you have recieve is a big room for your team to improve. It would really look great and amazing if your team, with all the small player, would win in one of your games. Imagine small people against big ones, what a face they would have if you beat them in the game. I salute you, for even with that score, it only show that you have fought long and hard, and not just accept defeat. What a fighting spirit you have. Keep it up! and Goodluck and Godbless on your team.
20 Sep 08
Thanks a lot. I am actually still joyful despite our underdog situation. The height of my players only range from 5'3" to 5'6" and I only have two 5'10" players. And we're up against six footers. Still, we were able to give great blows with the opponents. I just hope that we'll be able to reach at least the fourth slot so we can seed the quarterfinals.