The crew had been assembled, and they were ready for takeoff. After the Summer League in Vegas, Aran had arranged the biggest NBADraft.net event ever: A trip to the London olympics, with a stop in Barcelona to catch the tuneup games. Close to 200 users gathered in the boarding area, the wide diversity and oddity of the men attacted quite a bit of attention, however the group did not care.
"Attention!" shouted Aran through his bullhorn. The clamoring stopped imeadiatly and all eyes focused on the Aran.
"Welcome to NBADraft.net's first retreat. Thank you all for coming. Now please prepare to board the---- hey! stop no, Cyclo NO, Cyclo NOOOOOOO!.............................
(What happens next? Feel free to add your own plot.)
I'll help with yours if you help with mine
Sorry, I'm exhausted, it's Ramadan and today's the third fast, I would be fine but I got damn food poisoning on the first day, but later in the week. You, OJJ and No Money write the best stories though.
Fortunately, the bulge that Cyclo was reaching for in his pants was NOT a weapon. Cynthia decided to find someone else to sit next to, anyways.
Aran wiped the sweat off his brow. He herded his guests onto the plane.
"Thank you for flying with Lil B Airlines," the hostess said as everyone found their seats. "We will arrive in London in about six hours. In the meantime, an in-flight movie, 'Space Jam' will be playing."
Leroy Jenkins gave a cheer.
Meanwhile, someone was stuck in the lavatory...
Sorry, that's all I got for now
Mental illness is slowly but surely becoming one of the last taboo topics in sports. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that over 26 percent of American adults suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year. It’s no coincidence that athletes around the sports world are beginning to come forward with revelations of their own battles with mental illness.