best point guard

Foul Play (M)

Originally posted by minspink

Summary: Everyone loves a good rivalry, and the students at your university are no exception. Unluckily for you, the rivalry of the decade is between yourself and a furiously irritating Park Jimin. A top gymnast and a basketball star shouldn’t cross paths, but Jimin makes his way into your heart before you can put a stop to it.
Word Count: 24.314
Genre: college au, basketball player Jimin, sports university
A/N: A while ago @workofteaguk was doubting my lane while simultaneously having a crisis over Jimin. So naturally, retaliation was in order. This is all @minsvga‘s fault for encouraging me to run with this idea.

Elitism brings out the worst in people. Feelings of superiority run unchecked where talent and hard work meet to flourish and thrive, where young athletes spend their days training their bodies to the limits, pushing themselves harder to reach the ultimate dream: to receive validation and know that the years they’ve spent sacrificing sleep and jobs and romance for medals, winning seasons, and future professions has been worth it.

And as any good athlete knows, elitism leads to rivalry. Rivalries between teammates, between neighboring schools, or, most notably, a rivalry between Seoul Sports University’s top gymnast and one of the best point guards to grace the basketball court. And when rivalry and hatred reach such a level, it attracts attention from outsiders, from those who find amusement from such bitter hatred between two young people. Two young people who share common goals and similar training regimes, who for all intents and purposes should be close, but cannot stand the sight of one another.

This is a feeling that you know intimately.

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shiabanana  asked:

Hi!!! I know you love yukio as much as i do so can i get a scenario where a super duper fan of his burst out of rage after what nash did to him (a lil spoiler: nash rejects yukio's handshake and spits on his hand instead. the nerve!) Thanksieeee and sorry for spoiling u if u havent watch the movie yet ㅠㅠ

Hey! It’s all good sweetie! I’ve read the manga, so I know exactly what happens!! (Trust me.. Not looking forward to seeing it in the movie though.. I’ll be even angrier!) Hope you like it sweetie!


“What the hell is your problem?!”

The blonde halts, craning his neck to look at you.. Damn.. he didn’t notice you in the stands.. But Nash always thought women were hot when they were fiesty and mad.. Hm…

Maybe he could have fun..

“_-__-____!”

Before Kasamatsu could do a thing, Nash turned around fully, lips curling into a smug smirk that had him on edge.. He didn’t trust that…

“I don’t understand sweetheart…” he purrs, ignoring the rest of his team and stalks towards you. 

Oh.. The fire in your eyes causes his lips to curl into a smirk.

“What…? You’re so angry… It’s just basketball…”

You stood your ground, flashes of the scene a few moments ago still burning in your eyes. How this man… This.. captain ignored Kasamatsu and had the nerve to spit on his hand… You felt your hands quiver, but you kept calm, because you would not give him the upper hand..

He makes you sick.

“It’s NOT just basketball!! It’s more than just a sport!” you hiss, “How dare you have the nerve to disrespect the sport everyone here loves! You don’t know how hard everyone’s worked! How they’ve dedicated themselves and honed their skills! You disrespected one of the best point guards in Japan!”

He blinks tiredly, looking at the raven-haired male standing behind you, before returning to stare at you, letting out a fake yawn.

“AH? Is that all you’re here to say?” He looks at his teammates, before scoffing, giving you that disgusting smirk.. 

God you wanted to destroy it.

“I don’t give a fuck about anyone here.. They’re all monkeys! They can’t play basketball worth shit! To say he’s a nationally known Point guard is an insult to the sport itself.. And guess what sweetheart?”  he leaned forward, lips right at your ear as he whispered, “You’re just as disgusting for supporting him.”

You couldn’t help it. You shoved him away before you could stop yourself..  But his words.. They just…  They made you sick.. This team.. They were worse than the Generation of Miracles… 

No..

You couldn’t even compare the two…

“You disgust me…” you murmur, sending him the darkest glare possible, ignoring the quivering in your hand, “You’re the piece of shit! You’re disgusting! You’re the reason people hate America! Asshole, arrogant children like you who are so self-entitled, they need a beating! Just you wait! You’ll get your ass kicked!”

Kasamatsu was rooted to the ground, unable to do anything but watch the confrontation. There was a glint in Nash’s eyes, but yours were showing the same passion, and while he should feel embarrassed for being defended by a girl.. A fan of his nonetheless, he could only feel… 

Awestruck..

But he felt the need to pull you back when Nash took a step forward, half shielding you with his body in case it gets out of hand.. That’s when Kagetora stood in front of them, placing a hand on Nash’s shoulder, preventing him from taking another step forward.

“That’s enough now.. You’ve already drawn too much attention to yourselves, and it’s been a long day.. Get going.”

Nash went to open his mouth, but one glare from the older man made him pause, before he clicked his tongue, turning to walk with the rest of his team.

“Stupid monkeys..” he mutters, feeling an urge to punch something..

You wanted to chase after them, give them more shit for attacking Kasamatsu like that, but the older male wouldn’t let it, tightening his grip on your hand.

“That’s enough ____…” he murmurs, aware he’s not stumbling over his words. “He’s not worth it..”

You blink, feeling the tension from your shoulders slip away as you stared into his blue hues.. You feel your cheeks burn a bit, breaking eye contact as soon as you could, fully focused on the feel of his hand in yours.. 

“Oh and ____?”

You hum, turning to look at him, noticing his cheeks were a bit red as he looked anywhere else but you..

“Thank you….”

A light gasp leaves your throat, before a smile curls on your lips, squeezing his hand back in assurance..

“…You’re welcome.. Kasamatsu-kun..”

anonymous asked:

Before I ask, just wanted to say that I love your blog!! GoM + Kagami + Kasamatsu when their s/o tells them that they love them for the first time?

ahh thanks, cute request!

Akashi: he’ll take your hand and look deeply into your eyes, effortlessly repeating those three words. It’s not something he has to think about; it’s a natural response to what he feels. He plans to treat you like a queen and that’s how you feel when he whispers those words back.

Aomine: he’ll be the guy to simply look at you blankly, as if he has no idea what you’re going on about. To Aomine, it’s something that’s pretty obvious and doesn’t need to be said out loud. But he won’t lie - those words do roll off his tongue quite nicely, and sound even better when you’re saying them to him.

Kagami: he’ll get quite embarrassed and start spieling rubbish, just so he doesn’t have to say anything that makes sense. His brain will be running a mile a minute trying to work out what to say. It can’t be too corny, as he’s been told how lame it sounds before, but it can’t be too simple, as you’ll think he’s silly. He wants to find the perfect balance between the two, but finally goes with ‘I love you, too’. 

Kasamatsu: he doesn’t do well with stuff like this. He can be a captain, he can motivate his team, he can be the best point guard that he can be. What he can’t do is receive information like this without getting embarrassed. It’s not even the fact you’d said it, just how you’d said it. Like you were reading the news. He might need some time to cool off and get his thoughts together, but if he does tell you that he loves you back, it’ll be soon.

Kise: he’ll get really excited and pepper kisses all over your face, saying that he loves you too. His smile won’t leave his face for ages and it’ll be contagious, making you giggle as well. It won’t just be a one time thing, as Kise is the one for telling you sappy things like ‘I love you, my little honeybun’.

Kuroko: he’ll be very surprised that you could say something like that so easily, but he also thinks that if it was that easy, you must truly mean it. It had been on his mind for the past couple of weeks how you’d react if he said it, so he sees this as the perfect opportunity to tell you that he feels the same.

Midorima: he’ll blush terribly and clutch his lucky item, thinking that Cancer isn’t high up enough for such a thing to happen to him. (Whether that’s interpreted as a good thing or not is up to you.) It’ll be a while before he says anything at all, but rest assured, he’ll say it back when he’s ready (and when Cancer and your sign have a high rating on Oha Asa).

Murasakibara: he’ll be a bit confused as to why three words have the power to make his heart beat in such a way. He starts thinking that all the sugar he’s been having lately is having a negative effect, and asks you if it’s normal for his heart rate to be so high. Even though he doesn’t say it directly, you understand what he’s going on about.

Speed Animation 211

So, i’ve actually been wanting to do something like this for over a year now, but i never felt confident enough to animate something like this without reference.  I actually could not wrap my head around this type of movement before.  So i decided yesterday that i’d try it out and it actually came out pretty cool!  I didn’t use any reference, just sitting and trying to feel things out.  I’m pretty proud of myself for sticking with this one and working it out. 

I’ve been watching a lot of NBA lately and Steph Curry has to be the best point guard in the league right now.  I’m not much of a Warriors fan, but Steph’s game is just nasty.  So basically i was inspired by him to do an animation like this.  

this took me about an hour and a half, split into two days.

Before anyone ever cared where I would play basketball, I was a kid from Northeast Ohio. It’s where I walked. It’s where I ran. It’s where I cried. It’s where I bled. It holds a special place in my heart. People there have seen me grow up. I sometimes feel like I’m their son. Their passion can be overwhelming. But it drives me. I want to give them hope when I can. I want to inspire them when I can. My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball. I didn’t realize that four years ago. I do now.

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