Hey sorry to inform that this will be the last post i make because i can no longer support this so called basketball league. Over the years since i was 17 years old i loved every second of this league but now its not even filled with basketball players instead Its filled with a bunch of crying babies. I have had enough of all these scared non ballers. The organizers try to control their own league but every single chance they get to show that they have control, they get pushed around and get told what to do instead of setting ground rules. This league has became a disappointment in my eyes. I am Ernesto Martinez, the leagues best player for many years and multiple champion of La Liga Mixteca. I am very sorry but this so called hispanic basketball league will not accept you if you are an actual good basketball player or anything taller than 5 ft.At first they say all long as you are hispanic its okay to ball with them and now they say no if you are too good, no if you are too tall (anything taller than 5ft) and no if you dont speak fluent spanish (regarding the fact if you are an actual hispanic) Peace Out.
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Thursday, March 10, 2011
The Primer league has started once again, with the first match up against two powerhouse teams. Miami and Kings were the first to go at it. Miami came out strong scoring but then seemed like there was to much "I' and not enough "We" going on, and its showed as the Kings started pulling the game out in their favor. Great start or not, Miami had a huge problem with the sharp shooters of the Kings that were just too much for the big size of Miami. Ernesto Martinez and Juan Lopez took over the game with multiple three point shots throughout the game. Now with the addition of the new big down low; Jr of the kings has help. Miami stood strong but the Kings always had an answer to all the runs that Miami tried to put on. Despite the great hustle of Aj (Peligroso), hanging on to try and keep his team in the game, the teamwork of the Kings were just too much to overcome. The Kings had control throughout the whole game and came out winning with a nice lead of 14 points. The final score was 46 to 60 favoring the Kings.