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Published at 26th of June 2019 02:40:04 AM Chapter 612: 612


Osef sat on the bench, but his attention was not on the court . His gaze was on the fans that were on the other side of the court .

He was looking at the VIP section for the Cleveland home fans . One of the women seated over there had a sumptuous body . She had a big belly, so it was clear that she was several months into a pregnancy .

This woman was Osef's ex-wife .

Osef initially thought that he would hate her but, upon seeing her again, he realized that he could not bring himself to hate her at all .

She was the woman who used to drive him mad, the woman who had deeply hurt him . She still held an important position in his heart .

Osef gazed at his ex-wife dumbly, reminiscing about the good old days .

His ex-wife noticed that Osef was looking at her, so she then sent a smile Osef's way .

She is smiling at me! Does she miss me? Osef felt as if his heart had melted . His heart started thumping faster .

This smile was also seen by someone else . The center for the Cavaliers, Terry, who was Osef's ex-wife's current husband, also saw Osef and his wife looking at each other .

He then saw his wife winked at this other man, her ex-husband . Terry was infuriated .

Is it possible that they reconciled? Terry guessed at what this exchange of looks meant in his heart .

If Osef was still as self-destructive as he had been, Terry would not even bother with worrying . A drug addict was trash . Who knew? An addict could overdose any day .

The current Osef, however, was back playing basketball; moreover, he seemed to be doing well . It even seemed like he was returning to his peak condition . Obviously, Terry had to be more vigilant in observing their interactions .

When the ex-husband of his wife had been a loser and trash, it made Terry feel powerful and successful as a male . If his wife's ex-husband was stronger than him, then Terry would feel defeated and emasculated .

These external factors affected Terry's concentration . Over the next few minutes, Terry made consecutive defensive errors, letting his man slip past him . The Clippers also capitalized on the chances this gave them and went on a 15-3 offensive streak .

The physicality and the execution of difficult movements in a basketball game made the sport one of toughest to play . Players had to concentrate intensely . Once a player was on the court and immersed in the game, he had to focus every second . Once a player lost his concentration, even if he was a superstar, his performance would slip .

The head coach of the Cavaliers noticed that Terry's attention was not completely on the game . He decisively subbed Terry off . It was an unusual subst.i.tution . Everyone could see that the head coach wasn't satisfied with Terry's performance over the past few plays, which was why he was subbed off the court .

To be subbed out of a game like this was humiliating . Terry felt that humiliation and he could feel the unfriendly gaze from surrounding fans . It was as if they were trying to say that the team was losing because of him!


On the other hand, on the Clippers, Osef was subbed into the game .

Osef was not the kind of player who excelled at scoring points, but he was an all-around warrior on the court . The way he played, if he performed well, one could feel his presence everywhere on the court . He appeared under the net when it came to getting rebounds; he appeared to throw a block; he appeared during a cut-in; he also appeared in s.p.a.ce when his teammates needed to pa.s.s to someone . Occasionally, he would even make a couple of beautiful pa.s.ses, a.s.sisting his teammates in scoring .

When it came time for the subst.i.tute players to make their appearance, Osef's performance was even more eye-catching .

In the current Clippers' lineup, Osef was the core of the subst.i.tutes . A versatile miracle player like him could do anything on the court was very suitable in the role .

Sometimes, when one knew how to do everything, it meant they weren't a master of anything . Osef, however, was skilled enough to bully the subst.i.tutes of the other teams .

After all, the subst.i.tutes of a team were not as strong as the first team players . Even on a top-cla.s.s team, the bench would only have one or two strong points . The other players were not strong enough to get on the starting lineup .

Faced with the bench players of the Cavaliers, Osef performed amazingly in the few minutes that he played . He scored, rebounded, and a.s.sisted . He displayed for all to see his ability as an all-around great player .

Of course, this was because the bench players of the Cavaliers were weaker . The Cavaliers had three superstar players in their team . They had gotten three giants, and these three people took up most of the salary the team was allowed to pay . This meant that the Cavaliers could not pay the other players high wages . Without sufficient funds, it was natural they could not attract players of a higher caliber to join them in lesser roles .

This was a common problem for a lot of teams . The stars of the team took up so much salary s.p.a.ce that the other players had to have lower wages . Typically, the strength of the player was in proportion with their wages . That being true, the strength and ability of the players on the bench, who had lower salaries, were concerning .

It was normal for the bench to be weaker . Any team with 20 to 30 million dollars lying around would try to get a star player before spending the money on benchwarmers . When it came to subst.i.tutes on NBA teams, everyone was in the same boat . If a team had an amazing subst.i.tute, it basically meant that they were aiming for the t.i.tle of best sixth man .

Coincidentally, Osef was once the best sixth man!

. . .

In the battle between the bench players, Osef's presence was strong . He also attracted the attention of the cameras .

The director of the broadcast was a troublemaker . Every time Osef did something worthy of a highlight, the camera would pan and aim towards Osef's ex-wife and zoom in on her .

Occasionally, the camera would also zoom in on Terry to record his sad expression .

Terry was currently very depressed . He felt as if there was a huge boulder pressed against his heart . The weight of the huge boulder was increasing the more the game went on . He could not wait to get back on the court and to get rid of Osef .

Finally, the bench players had played there time, and the starters were subbed on the court .

Finally, there was a free throw . Terry was called by the coach and subbed on to the court . As he started gearing up to get on the court to show Osef up, Dai Li subbed Osef off the court .

Terry felt a sudden sense of defeat, as if he had been punched in the face .

After that, he witnessed his wife trading glances with Osef again while he was on the court .

Terry's attention was shifted off the court once again, so he lost his man again . The Clippers immediately scored two points .

. . .

Terry looked like he was daydreaming the entire game . He kept losing his focus, losing his man, or making unnecessary fouls . As a center, fouls inadvertently affected his game time . Throughout the entire game, his play time was fragmented and totaled to only around 20 minutes . He didn't play any longer than a subst.i.tute normally does .

Moreover, Terry's performance directly affected the offense of the Cavaliers . One needed to understand that when a team had big centers like Gray, the other players were able to break through and score in the paint . Without Terry's defense in the paint, it was all too easy for the Clippers to break into the Cavaliers' paint . Just from winning a few offensive rebounds, the Clippers led the Cavaliers by a dozen or so points .

When there were only five minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Cavaliers subbed off all their starters and sent the "waterboy" players on . This basically meant that they had surrendered . The Clippers immediately made adjustments accordingly . They subbed off their starters and accepted the victory .

The broadcast did not let Terry move on . The camera continued to pan towards the bench, giving both Osef and Terry several close-ups that focused on their expressions . Then, the close-ups were broadcasted on to the big screen in the stadium .

Obviously, the director was looking for trouble . Those who worked in the media industry were delighted to escalate the tension of a moment as much as possible . The more interesting the scene, the more it would attract the attention of the audience . The reporters and journalists at the stadium wanted to see a fight break out between Osef and Terry .

Osef sat on the bench and gazed at his ex-wife joyously . His gaze was filled with care and concern .

His ex-wife occasionally sent Osef a gentle smile . To Osef, the smile was the warmest ray of light in the world . It made him feel unlimited warmth . Osef no longer cared, at this moment, that she had cheated on him . He also didn't care about her spreading rumors of him being impotent . His mind was filled with happy memories they shared together .

Terry sat on the bench and stared furiously at this adulterous pair . His wife and her ex-husband . It was difficult for him to endure it .

Finally, the buzzer that signaled the end of the game rang .

The Cavaliers and Clippers began hugging each other in a show of sportsmanship .

Terry, on the other hand, stood up violently and walked towards Osef .

"Get away from my woman!" Terry said in a low voice . His gaze looked like it was filled with the intent to kill .

It had not been easy for Terry to endure that game . He did not perform well that game Whether in terms of stats or the way he played on the court, he lost to Osef . More importantly, it seemed like the relationship between Osef and his wife was not over . How could a man endure such a humiliating night?

Hate filled Osef's face as well . He noticed that he simply could not hate his ex-wife . That being the case, he placed all his hate on Terry . He even decided that it was Terry who took his wife from him . The origin of everything that went wrong was Terry .

Words were useless . Fists were more direct!

The photographers and the videographers immediately aimed their cameras at the two men . The director of the live broadcast immediately focused in on the two of them .

The fans who were leaving the stadium instantly stopped moving . Some looked towards the big screen while others gazed directly at the two people on the court .

"Are they gonna start a fight?"

"I bought tickets for this game just for this!"

Clearly, Dai Li was not the only person who wanted to enjoy the show . Tens of thousands of fans did as well .

. . .

"What are you looking at?"

"What's wrong with looking at you?"

"Try looking at me again!"

"I just did . What? Does it bother you?"

"Keep looking . Believe it or not, I'll cut you!"

Dai Li created these dialogues in his mind .

Dai Li was located relatively far away from the two of them . He did not know what Terry and Osef were talking about, so he had to make up their dialogue in his mind . Dai Li felt that their words were probably leading to a fight .

Dai Li did not know if a fight would have really broken out from someone saying "What are you looking at," but it looked like Osef and Terry were really going to fight . This dialogue mysteriously appeared in Dai Li's mind .

Chaos stormed the court in an instant . The game was finished, everyone normally would have left work . The referees were already headed into the tunnel leading to the locker rooms . Of course, some players and coaching staff had also already left the court . At that moment, Osef and Terry actually started to fight .

In the history of NBA, there had been many fights occurring during the course of a game . It was extremely rare, however, for a fight to occur after the game had finished .

When a fight occurred in a game, the referee immediately rushed over to interfere . The other players rushed over in an attempt to pull the fighters away . At that moment, the game had already finished and the referees had left, so no one blew the whistle to interfere . The other players had also left or, at the very least, were preparing to leave the court, so no one immediately there to try and stop the fight .

In terms of height, Osef was six-foot-ten and Terry was six-foot-nine . Considering, however, that the record of a player's height was never that accurate, the height difference between the two men was negligible .

When it came to weight, the official data on the two men were similar . Terry, who played as a center, was heavier . Due to taking drugs in the past, Osef was lighter .

A fight, however, was not determined by the size of a person . A huge person was not guaranteed to win a fight . For example, in the fight today, Osef clearly had the advantage . He caught Terry and gave him a good beating .

The outcome of a fight was related to where a person came from .

Osef was born in Queens, New York . It was the most complicated region in New York It had the world's busiest airport, the most historical museum, a famous park, and a chaotic slum .

Strictly speaking, the Bronx was the most impoverished borough of New York . It was also the place with the worst neighborhoods . When it came to the degree of chaos in the neighborhoods, however, Queens was worse than the Bronx .

In New York, Manhattan was where the rich gathered and the Bronx was where the poor gathered . Queens had both rich and poor people .

Where the rich lived together, security was, without a doubt, the best . Anywhere in the world, wealthy areas were great . These places had good environments, incredible security, and excellent educational facilities .

Where the poor gathered together, the living standards were certain to be terrible . This did not mean that it was chaotic . If everyone was poor, there was nothing to steal or rob from each other . Everyone simply survived and there was no need for the poor to make life harder for the poor . Instances like this created a "poor man's order . "

For example, the Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong was like this in the 20th century . To outsiders, it was a place where strangers should be avoided at all cost . It was filled with all kinds of sins . Still, tens of thousands of citizens lived in the Kowloon Walled City . To them, as long as they followed the rules, they were able to survive .

Where the rich lived together with the poor, chaos was common . The poor, who had no money, had to see the rich walk past them every day . It was hard not to have evil thoughts . Hating the rich was common . In some areas of China, if a person sent his child to kindergarten in a luxury car, he would be attacked by the teachers as well as other parents . Then, he would be kicked out of the parent group . The U . S . was considered the "Gun Capital of the World . " Guns outnumbered people in this country . This put the rich in danger of being shot .

Queens was such a place . It was the most multicultural area in New York . It had luxurious villas, as well as chaotic slums . Both appeared in the same region, so it was natural that there was a lot of chaos .

Osef grew up in Queens . He was raised by his maternal grandmother and aunt . He was considered a good kid who grew up from a poor family . In Queens, there was simply no way a poor kid could grow up there and not know how to fight!

Osef, who grew up in that kind of environment, was an expert fighter .

Terry was born in Canada, both his parents had emigrated from Jamaica . He hadn't been poor, which is why his family had been able to emigrate to Canada . At the very least, he was part of the middle cla.s.s . When you were poor, it was impossible to emigrate to Canada .

Terry's parents had also paid a lot of attention to the education of their kids . Terry was an ice hockey player in middle school . It was a sport that cost a lot of money . Later, as Terry grew taller and taller, his parents ultimately sent him to a prestigious basketball school in the U . S . Canada had 12 years of compulsory education, so if a Canadian sent his child to a high school in the U . S . , he needed to pay extra . Since Terry's family managed to pay extra, it could be a.s.sumed that Terry's family was well-off .

One could say that Terry grew up in a relatively affluent family . He received a better education at a young age . A child who grew up in such a family, even if there were conflicts between him and his peers, would not be in any serious fights . It was unlikely for a person like that to be a good fighter .

Although Terry was over six feet, had a muscular body, and looked very intimidating, he did not know how to fight .

One grew up fighting and the other did not know the first thing about a fight . When the two fought, the result was predictable .

Although Terry was bigger, he was beaten up by Osef .

. . .

"They've started fighting!" Dai Li looked at the two men with a glint of excitement in his eyes .

Then, Dai Li opened his mouth and started making comments . "It looks like Osef has gained the upper hand! Not bad, he's won!"

"Coach, it doesn't really matter who wins, right? We should pull them apart!" Ca.s.sel said nervously .

Still, he did not immediately go over to stop the fight . Two muscular men who were over six feet tall were fighting each other . If Ca.s.sel did not get a few people to help him, he did not dare to just walk up to them . The two men had thick arms and fists as large as pots, it would be quite possible for Ca.s.sel to get injured by mistake .

"Yes, hurry up and go pull them apart!" Dai Li showed an excited look . "Osef has won, let's hurry up and stop those who are trying to stop the fight!"

Ca.s.sel didn't know how to respond . Osef sat on the bench, but his attention was not on the court . His gaze was on the fans that were on the other side of the court . He was looking at the VIP section for the Cleveland home fans . One of the women seated over there had a sumptuous body . She had a big belly, so it was clear that she was several months into a pregnancy . This woman was Osefs ex-wife . Osef initially thought that he would hate her but, upon seeing her again, he realized that he could not bring himself to hate her at all . She was the woman who used to drive him mad, the woman who had deeply hurt him . She still held an important position in his heart . Osef gazed at his ex-wife dumbly, reminiscing about the good old days . His ex-wife noticed that Osef was looking at her, so she then sent a smile Osefs way . She is smiling at me! Does she miss me? Osef felt as if his heart had melted . His heart started thumping faster . This smile was also seen by someone else . The center for the Cavaliers, Terry, who was Osefs ex-wifes current husband, also saw Osef and his wife looking at each other . He then saw his wife winked at this other man, her ex-husband . Terry was infuriated . Is it possible that they reconciled? Terry guessed at what this exchange of looks meant in his heart . If Osef was still as self-destructive as he had been, Terry would not even bother with worrying . A drug addict was trash . Who knew? An addict could overdose any day . The current Osef, however, was back playing basketball; moreover, he seemed to be doing well . It even seemed like he was returning to his peak condition . Obviously, Terry had to be more vigilant in observing their interactions . When the ex-husband of his wife had been a loser and trash, it made Terry feel powerful and successful as a male . If his wifes ex-husband was stronger than him, then Terry would feel defeated and emasculated . These external factors affected Terrys concentration . Over the next few minutes, Terry made consecutive defensive errors, letting his man slip past him . The Clippers also capitalized on the chances this gave them and went on a 15-3 offensive streak . The physicality and the execution of difficult movements in a basketball game made the sport one of toughest to play . Players had to concentrate intensely . Once a player was on the court and immersed in the game, he had to focus every second . Once a player lost his concentration, even if he was a superstar, his performance would slip . The head coach of the Cavaliers noticed that Terrys attention was not completely on the game . He decisively subbed Terry off . It was an unusual subst.i.tution . Everyone could see that the head coach wasnt satisfied with Terrys performance over the past few plays, which was why he was subbed off the court . To be subbed out of a game like this was humiliating . Terry felt that humiliation and he could feel the unfriendly gaze from surrounding fans . It was as if they were trying to say that the team was losing because of him! . On the other hand, on the Clippers, Osef was subbed into the game . Osef was not the kind of player who excelled at scoring points, but he was an all-around warrior on the court . The way he played, if he performed well, one could feel his presence everywhere on the court . He appeared under the net when it came to getting rebounds; he appeared to throw a block; he appeared during a cut-in; he also appeared in s.p.a.ce when his teammates needed to pa.s.s to someone . Occasionally, he would even make a couple of beautiful pa.s.ses, a.s.sisting his teammates in scoring . When it came time for the subst.i.tute players to make their appearance, Osefs performance was even more eye-catching . In the current Clippers lineup, Osef was the core of the subst.i.tutes . A versatile miracle player like him could do anything on the court was very suitable in the role . Sometimes, when one knew how to do everything, it meant they werent a master of anything . Osef, however, was skilled enough to bully the subst.i.tutes of the other teams . After all, the subst.i.tutes of a team were not as strong as the first team players . Even on a top-cla.s.s team, the bench would only have one or two strong points . The other players were not strong enough to get on the starting lineup . Faced with the bench players of the Cavaliers, Osef performed amazingly in the few minutes that he played . He scored, rebounded, and a.s.sisted . He displayed for all to see his ability as an all-around great player . Of course, this was because the bench players of the Cavaliers were weaker . The Cavaliers had three superstar players in their team . They had gotten three giants, and these three people took up most of the salary the team was allowed to pay . This meant that the Cavaliers could not pay the other players high wages . Without sufficient funds, it was natural they could not attract players of a higher caliber to join them in lesser roles . This was a common problem for a lot of teams . The stars of the team took up so much salary s.p.a.ce that the other players had to have lower wages . Typically, the strength of the player was in proportion with their wages . That being true, the strength and ability of the players on the bench, who had lower salaries, were concerning . It was normal for the bench to be weaker . Any team with 20 to 30 million dollars lying around would try to get a star player before spending the money on benchwarmers . When it came to subst.i.tutes on NBA teams, everyone was in the same boat . If a team had an amazing subst.i.tute, it basically meant that they were aiming for the t.i.tle of best sixth man . Coincidentally, Osef was once the best sixth man! . In the battle between the bench players, Osefs presence was strong . He also attracted the attention of the cameras . The director of the broadcast was a troublemaker . Every time Osef did something worthy of a highlight, the camera would pan and aim towards Osefs ex-wife and zoom in on her . Occasionally, the camera would also zoom in on Terry to record his sad expression . Terry was currently very depressed . He felt as if there was a huge boulder pressed against his heart . The weight of the huge boulder was increasing the more the game went on . He could not wait to get back on the court and to get rid of Osef . Finally, the bench players had played there time, and the starters were subbed on the court . Finally, there was a free throw . Terry was called by the coach and subbed on to the court . As he started gearing up to get on the court to show Osef up, Dai Li subbed Osef off the court . Terry felt a sudden sense of defeat, as if he had been punched in the face . After that, he witnessed his wife trading glances with Osef again while he was on the court . Terrys attention was shifted off the court once again, so he lost his man again . The Clippers immediately scored two points Terry looked like he was daydreaming the entire game . He kept losing his focus, losing his man, or making unnecessary fouls . As a center, fouls inadvertently affected his game time . Throughout the entire game, his play time was fragmented and totaled to only around 20 minutes . He didnt play any longer than a subst.i.tute normally does . Moreover, Terrys performance directly affected the offense of the Cavaliers . One needed to understand that when a team had big centers like Gray, the other players were able to break through and score in the paint . Without Terrys defense in the paint, it was all too easy for the Clippers to break into the Cavaliers paint . Just from winning a few offensive rebounds, the Clippers led the Cavaliers by a dozen or so points . When there were only five minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Cavaliers subbed off all their starters and sent the waterboy players on . This basically meant that they had surrendered . The Clippers immediately made adjustments accordingly . They subbed off their starters and accepted the victory . The broadcast did not let Terry move on . The camera continued to pan towards the bench, giving both Osef and Terry several close-ups that focused on their expressions . Then, the close-ups were broadcasted on to the big screen in the stadium . Obviously, the director was looking for trouble . Those who worked in the media industry were delighted to escalate the tension of a moment as much as possible . The more interesting the scene, the more it would attract the attention of the audience . The reporters and journalists at the stadium wanted to see a fight break out between Osef and Terry . Osef sat on the bench and gazed at his ex-wife joyously . His gaze was filled with care and concern . His ex-wife occasionally sent Osef a gentle smile . To Osef, the smile was the warmest ray of light in the world . It made him feel unlimited warmth . Osef no longer cared, at this moment, that she had cheated on him . He also didnt care about her spreading rumors of him being impotent . His mind was filled with happy memories they shared together . Terry sat on the bench and stared furiously at this adulterous pair . His wife and her ex-husband . It was difficult for him to endure it . Finally, the buzzer that signaled the end of the game rang . The Cavaliers and Clippers began hugging each other in a show of sportsmanship . Terry, on the other hand, stood up violently and walked towards Osef . Get away from my woman! Terry said in a low voice . His gaze looked like it was filled with the intent to kill . It had not been easy for Terry to endure that game . He did not perform well that game Whether in terms of stats or the way he played on the court, he lost to Osef . More importantly, it seemed like the relationship between Osef and his wife was not over . How could a man endure such a humiliating night? Hate filled Osefs face as well . He noticed that he simply could not hate his ex-wife . That being the case, he placed all his hate on Terry . He even decided that it was Terry who took his wife from him . The origin of everything that went wrong was Terry . Words were useless . Fists were more direct! The photographers and the videographers immediately aimed their cameras at the two men . The director of the live broadcast immediately focused in on the two of them . The fans who were leaving the stadium instantly stopped moving . Some looked towards the big screen while others gazed directly at the two people on the court . Are they gonna start a fight? I bought tickets for this game just for this! Clearly, Dai Li was not the only person who wanted to enjoy the show . Tens of thousands of fans did as well What are you looking at? Whats wrong with looking at you? Try looking at me again! I just did . What? Does it bother you? Keep looking . Believe it or not, Ill cut you! Dai Li created these dialogues in his mind . Dai Li was located relatively far away from the two of them . He did not know what Terry and Osef were talking about, so he had to make up their dialogue in his mind . Dai Li felt that their words were probably leading to a fight . Dai Li did not know if a fight would have really broken out from someone saying What are you looking at, but it looked like Osef and Terry were really going to fight . This dialogue mysteriously appeared in Dai Lis mind . Chaos stormed the court in an instant . The game was finished, everyone normally would have left work . The referees were already headed into the tunnel leading to the locker rooms . Of course, some players and coaching staff had also already left the court . At that moment, Osef and Terry actually started to fight . In the history of NBA, there had been many fights occurring during the course of a game . It was extremely rare, however, for a fight to occur after the game had finished . When a fight occurred in a game, the referee immediately rushed over to interfere . The other players rushed over in an attempt to pull the fighters away . At that moment, the game had already finished and the referees had left, so no one blew the whistle to interfere . The other players had also left or, at the very least, were preparing to leave the court, so no one immediately there to try and stop the fight . In terms of height, Osef was six-foot-ten and Terry was six-foot-nine . Considering, however, that the record of a players height was never that accurate, the height difference between the two men was negligible . When it came to weight, the official data on the two men were similar . Terry, who played as a center, was heavier . Due to taking drugs in the past, Osef was lighter . A fight, however, was not determined by the size of a person . A huge person was not guaranteed to win a fight . For example, in the fight today, Osef clearly had the advantage . He caught Terry and gave him a good beating . The outcome of a fight was related to where a person came from . Osef was born in Queens, New York . It was the most complicated region in New York It had the worlds busiest airport, the most historical museum, a famous park, and a chaotic slum . Strictly speaking, the Bronx was the most impoverished borough of New York . It was also the place with the worst neighborhoods . When it came to the degree of chaos in the neighborhoods, however, Queens was worse than the Bronx . In New York, Manhattan was where the rich gathered and the Bronx was where the poor gathered . Queens had both rich and poor people . Where the rich lived together, security was, without a doubt, the best . Anywhere in the world, wealthy areas were great . These places had good environments, incredible security, and excellent educational facilities . Where the poor gathered together, the living standards were certain to be terrible . This did not mean that it was chaotic . If everyone was poor, there was nothing to steal or rob from each other . Everyone simply survived and there was no need for the poor to make life harder for the poor . Instances like this created a poor mans order . For example, the Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong was like this in the 20th century . To outsiders, it was a place where strangers should be avoided at all cost . It was filled with all kinds of sins . Still, tens of thousands of citizens lived in the Kowloon Walled City . To them, as long as they followed the rules, they were able to survive . Where the rich lived together with the poor, chaos was common . The poor, who had no money, had to see the rich walk past them every day . It was hard not to have evil thoughts . Hating the rich was common . In some areas of China, if a person sent his child to kindergarten in a luxury car, he would be attacked by the teachers as well as other parents . Then, he would be kicked out of the parent group . The U . S . was considered the Gun Capital of the World . Guns outnumbered people in this country . This put the rich in danger of being shot . Queens was such a place . It was the most multicultural area in New York . It had luxurious villas, as well as chaotic slums . Both appeared in the same region, so it was natural that there was a lot of chaos . Osef grew up in Queens . He was raised by his maternal grandmother and aunt . He was considered a good kid who grew up from a poor family . In Queens, there was simply no way a poor kid could grow up there and not know how to fight! Osef, who grew up in that kind of environment, was an expert fighter . Terry was born in Canada, both his parents had emigrated from Jamaica . He hadnt been poor, which is why his family had been able to emigrate to Canada . At the very least, he was part of the middle cla.s.s . When you were poor, it was impossible to emigrate to Canada . Terrys parents had also paid a lot of attention to the education of their kids . Terry was an ice hockey player in middle school . It was a sport that cost a lot of money . Later, as Terry grew taller and taller, his parents ultimately sent him to a prestigious basketball school in the U . S . Canada had 12 years of compulsory education, so if a Canadian sent his child to a high school in the U . S . , he needed to pay extra . Since Terrys family managed to pay extra, it could be a.s.sumed that Terrys family was well-off . One could say that Terry grew up in a relatively affluent family . He received a better education at a young age . A child who grew up in such a family, even if there were conflicts between him and his peers, would not be in any serious fights . It was unlikely for a person like that to be a good fighter . Although Terry was over six feet, had a muscular body, and looked very intimidating, he did not know how to fight . One grew up fighting and the other did not know the first thing about a fight . When the two fought, the result was predictable . Although Terry was bigger, he was beaten up by Osef Theyve started fighting! Dai Li looked at the two men with a glint of excitement in his eyes . Then, Dai Li opened his mouth and started making comments . It looks like Osef has gained the upper hand! Not bad, hes won! Coach, it doesnt really matter who wins, right? We should pull them apart! Ca.s.sel said nervously . Still, he did not immediately go over to stop the fight . Two muscular men who were over six feet tall were fighting each other . If Ca.s.sel did not get a few people to help him, he did not dare to just walk up to them . The two men had thick arms and fists as large as pots, it would be quite possible for Ca.s.sel to get injured by mistake . Yes, hurry up and go pull them apart! Dai Li showed an excited look . Osef has won, lets hurry up and stop those who are trying to stop the fight! Ca.s.sel didnt know how to respond .




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