It’s been awhile since the W’s lost game 7 to this day when I’m (finally) posting this. I wanted to write something about it, but couldn’t find the words, time, or call it inspiration (blogging procrastination).
The last minutes of the game were like: “You dummies lost it!”. I was kind of pissed off, wasn’t devastated at all as since the OKC series they looked different, tired, injured, bored, they lose that spark they had the last season. Yeah! they had a magical preseason, season and postseason. The playoffs were different, as they started to beat themselves by not scoring, losing possessions by trying to remount the score when down by 30 by depending on 3 point baskets that weren’t going in. And so on, players had ups and downs, the bench not scoring, and so injuries arrived, Curry wasn’t aiming well, Thompson kind of lost sometimes, Green losing his mind and damaging seriously the team, Iggy’s back, Bogut knee.
Injuries and health were the monsters who stop them emotionally, and the Cavs the monster who finished them. The Cav’s were on a similar position last year, they arrived injured and fighted effortless against the W’s. This year they finally closed it strong, with LeBron’s chase and block on Iggy, and then Irving’s 3 pointer, it was like a nightmare, can’t tell it was supposed to happen, but the Warriors seemed on panic. Curry’s dejavú on the last possession; double marked not being able to shoot or even pass, like happened at his years at Davison when defeated against Kansas in 2008.
Well…, hope they learned something from that big lost. I hope they can come stronger after this now with new team members and some others that are going to be missed.
Let’s go Warriors!
I just got time to think about my last trip on bicycle and write about, happened Saturday the 2nd of July, 2016 when a group of friends from my town and groups of mountain biking clubs got together to ride about 32 miles into dirt roads from Frontera to La Madrid, Coah. Continue reading “Cycling adventure: Frontera to La Madrid, Coahuila”
Last June 12 I went to this mountain route trip on bicycle, it’s just passing the MTB track La Gloria, on the outskirts of Castaños, Coahuila.
It’s kind of steep in some sections, the route is about 8 miles round to this little rock chapel on the top of that formation of hills. The distance is almost nothing, but gets way heavy for the rough terrain, and loose rocks make it harder to keep on wheels without falling on certain sections. Continue reading “Side of The De La Gloria Hill”
El día 12 de Junio fui al recorrido en bicicleta que está pasando la pista MTB la Gloria, en un costado del Cerro de la Gloria del lado de Castaños, Coahuila.
La subida está algo pronunciada, son un poco más de 13Km de ida y vuelta a el llamado nicho de la Virgen. La distancia es casi nada, más se siente que es mucho más por lo accidentado del terreno y caminos lleno de piedra suelta y grava que hacen dificil mantener el equilibrio en algunas secciones. Continue reading “Ladera del Cerro de la Gloria”
I usually can’t recall my dreams, my only recurring dreams are nightmares. I haven’t had any lately, they usually come when I got fever, that used to happen a lot when I was child. Continue reading “Moving”
Recuerdo poco los sueños que tengo, más nunca olvido las pesadillas. Desde chico he tenido algunas que han sido recurrentes, de principio no eran placenteras y después llegué a disfrutarlas. No son terroríficas, al contrario son complicadas, con patrones que incitan el vértigo, desesperación, mantienen al cerebro en una encrucijada. El volver a tenerlas es algo placentero. Continue reading “Moverse”
En 1769 se fabricó el primer auto de vapor, 121 años después en 1890 se produjo el primer auto eléctrico, 239 años después Tesla empresa de autos eléctricos fundada en 2003 retomó muchos aspectos dejados atrás por los fabricantes de autos, entre ellos la autotripulación . Continue reading “El poco compromiso social de los fabricantes de autos”