The following is a guest article by Annabelle.
Players in the NBA have some moves. With a little head fake, a crossover, and a side-step, you just got schooled. We see it all the time and we love it when it happens; it gets up excited and off our seats. While in the history of the NBA, there have been many extraordinary athletes, it takes a special type of player to completely embarrass a defender. We've seen them in the past, and we have a few playing now. One thing's for sure: they're always exciting to watch.
Who performed possibly the greatest crossover of all-time? The answer is "The Answer." Allen Iverson, fresh out of Georgetown, crossed the greatest player in NBA history. Michael Jordan, the 6-time champion, looked more like a D-League bench warmer when the kid got done with him. Jordan however, was just one of many that this undersized guard embarrassed in his career.
Whenever I head to NYC, I usually have grandiose plans to do a bunch of things all over the city. Museums! Local eateries! Central Park! Horse and carriage ride! Guess what happens when I get there?
I do two or three things out of a list a mile long.
It’s not that I’m not ambitious, it’s just that sometimes I have a hard time grasping just how far one part of Manhattan is from another. It looks so tiny on the map, you know? And I somehow also forget I’ll be walking everywhere.
So if you’re making a trip to see a Broadway show, you’ll probably want to make sure your other adventures are in the general vicinity of the theater district, unless you’re like The Flash and you can get from point A to point B in milliseconds. (We already created a food, theater, and accommodations guide to keep you from planning lunch all the way across the city!)
Here are a few fun, interesting attractions nearby.
Discovery Times Square: Located on 44th Street (right across from the Shubert Theatre, where Matilda is currently playing), Discovery Times Square is an exhibit-based museum. Right now, they offer a spy exhibit, which features "the secret world of espionage," and a Harry Potter exhibit, which pays homage to the eight films from the series. Fun!