Blog Entries #5-6: Gates To China
May 19, 2008
Game#1 (L) 67-66
Player Stats (5 GAMES)
X.SILAS - 14 ppg. 7.4 rpg., 1.4 apg., 1.4 spg.
D.MCCAMEY - 10 ppg., 7.8 apg., 4.6 rpg., 2.0 spg.
E.BAILEY - 9ppg 6.6rpg 0.8bpg 0.6apg
J.BEAL - 9ppg 3apg 2.4rpg 1.8spg
N.EVANS - 8.8ppg 5.2rpg 0.6apg 0.4spg
M.SANCHEZ - 8.2ppg 7rpg 1spg
T.WARE - 6ppg 1rpg 0.6apg 0.6spg
M.DAVIS - 5.2ppg 5.2rpg 1.4apg 1.2spg
Z.SWANSEY - 5ppg 1.8spg 1.2rpg 1.2apg
We are currently on our way to the
Today at the baggage check-in we participated in a national moment of silence for the fallen victims of the Wenchuan Earthquake with all the flags at half mast.
From Xian we were heading to Yuncheng for our sixth game. However and with much understanding, the game has been cancelled. The
The mass destruction of this earthquake and its 30-plus aftershocks are currently impacting
Again I send my condolences.
Speaking of aftershocks, we felt another earthquake late Saturday night/early Sunday morning at 1 a.m. while in the city of
We originally planned to visit the
For those who have never heard of the Terra Cotta Warriors, I suggest you do a little research. From what I know, during the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC), Emperor Qin Shi Huang ordered workers to build life-size warriors and horses. It is said that the Terra Cotta Army was built as a way of creating an illusion of strength and manpower. Approaching enemies would see this army and quickly turn away. Another myth states that Emperor Qin had the Terra Cotta Army built to protect him in his after life.
Reporting live from
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