Ayer al llegar a L.A. a las 19:00, charla con D.Fegan sobre el draft, cena y a dormir. Ahora a Sacramento a conocer al coach e instalaciones
Would someone be kind enough to translate this ,gotta stop slacking in spanish class lol
what do you think of it?
he got to LA at 7 to talk with D Fegan about the Draft. Then he ate and slept. He now knows the coach and the facilities of Sacramento.
sorry, i only took 3 units of spanish so i'm not sure if that's accurate.
Yesterday upon arriving at L.A at 7 pm, i spoke with D.Fegan about draft, dinner and to sleep. Now to Sacrament to know coach and facilities
Something about Instructions, Sacramento, His Agent and Night and Day, Ticket to LA
kickstand's translation is correct
Yesterday after arriving at L.A at 7 PM, I had a talk with D.Fegan about the draft, dinner, and then I slept. Now off to Sacramento to meet the coach and get used to (there?)
Kings website has some interesting info on Rubio check it out
Something about Rubio getting a cheeseburger right outside of the Sacramento Kings facilities
i am ricky rubio the best player to ever step on a basketball court. sacramento better not draft me because they have no talent for me to pass to.
im pretty sure that is correct.
Brandon Jennings is 'over-rated'
"now to sacramento to meet the coach".....to know the coach makes no sense at all. online spanish translators suck
I have trouble believing this is truly Rubio. The sentence about yesterday is written in the present tense, yet since it was yesterday it should be in the past. A true spanish speaker would not make that mistake.
guys, no need for online translators. all it says is that he landed in LA at 7pm last night and he then spoke to his agent Dan Fegan about draft matters, ate dinner, and then went to bed. He is now off to Sacramento to visit with the kings (their coach and facilities). If u don't believe me, check out the kings website which says that rubio is in sac-town visiting the kings.
the language if you are going to play for a US coach!
he knows how to speak in english...