An Introduction to “The Truth”

I would first like to give a shout out to the state of Tennessee!  Since this is my first diary entry, I believe I have to tell you a little bit about me.  To start things off, I love going to church. 
I am the starting shooting guard for Haywood County in West Tennessee. We are known to be "the country" because we have such a small town.  When Wal-Mart is your mall, then of course, we are small. 
 If you don't know who I am, come to a game and watch #22.  I have a 3.7 GPA, and I'm Mr. HHS of my school.  I started playing basketball when I was in the second grade.  I didn't know too much about it.  Actually, when I was in the second grade, I jumped in the air and started dunking.  There wasn't a goal in sight.  I had made my own "invisible" goal.  Yeah, I looked crazy outside creating my own unrealistic dunks as cars passed by my house.  I'm talking about I was taking it through the legs about four times then hitting 720s like And 1's "The Air Up There."  I loved it. 
 I was really enjoying the game at an early age. 
Basketball is the best sport to watch, play, and practice.  I know some of you are stars in football, legends in baseball, and All-Americans in whatever you do.  Remember this one fact:  it will never be better than the love of basketball.  You get to see the high-flying dunks and the smooth play of Tennessee's athletes. 
 I act unordinary when I watch highlights of people getting dunked on and crossed over.  What do you mean unordinary?  I am a quiet spectator, but when I jump up and say, "Ooooooo weee," then the party has just started. 
Another thing is when I look at someone and my eyes grow to the size of an egg, and I say, "Did you see that?"  That is what I mean by unordinary. 
 As you can see, I love the game of basketball.  I plan on attending a Division 1 school and major in accounting.  I also plan to become a coach and teach players the fundamental part of the game.  What college am I going to you ask?   Be sure to check out my next entry on my recruitment.  In the meantime I'm getting ready to go hit 60 points tonight.  I guess I had another one of those unrealistic visions.  I am "The Truth."