Sabrina and Eddy Ionescu are like seven-year-old children. They need money for Slurpe.
So the competitive Ionescu twins will challenge adult men to the pickup game at Larkey Park in an effort to bring home the grand prize: Slurpe of 7-Eleven at the end of the road from Walnut Creek, California, their home.
“I will sit there and try to act as if I don’t know how to play, so they have bet money, and then the match starts,” Sabrina told ESPNW. “I played 1 on 1, collecting money, Slurpies. I will play H-O-R-S-E, collect money, Slurpies. I will play PIG, collect money, Slurpies. “
But when the Ionescu twins faced unsuspecting spectators in a two-to-two game, “it was a match all the time,” Sabrina said.
He continued: “My brother and I versus whoever it is, we basically do it every day to get Slurpee from 7-Eleven. Every day it tastes sweeter when we will win. ”
– espnW (@espnW) April 13, 2020
We are not sure whether Sabrina and Eddy can escape by rushing to the local population for fizzy and feathery frozen drinks lately.
Sabrina has become an iconic figure in the world of basketball, after a legendary career in Oregon. He rewrote notebooks and terrorized opposing players for years. Ionescu destroyed the NCAA triple-double mark and became the first player in NCAA history, male or female, to reach 2,000 career points (2,562), 1,000 assists (1,091) and 1,000 rebounds (1,040) in a career.
She ended her unprecedented college career as the Best Female Basketball Player this year by the Associated Press and was the winner of the nation’s Most Trusted Wood Trophy award.
Sabrina is expected to be the best in the 2020 WNBA Draft which takes place this Friday 17 April.
Eddy just finished his redshirt season in Oregon. Prior to his career as a Duck, he appeared in 63 matches at City College of San Francisco, where he averaged 9.9 points per match in 2018.
Ionescus is bound by more than blood and basketball, Slurpe is also worth celebrating with his siblings.
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