Hello! My name is Anthony Hui and I am a Junior Biomedical Engineering, Pre-Med major from Edmond, Oklahoma. My hobbies include running and watching basketball but if there is one thing you should know about me, it's that I am a HUGE Oklahoma City Thunder fan. To illustrate how big of a fan I am, the only times I have cried in the past 5 years or so was when the Thunder blew a 3-1 lead against the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, when Russell Westbrook got traded away from the Thunder, and the tribute video the Thunder made for Russ on his first game in OKC as an opponent. Some little fun facts about me: I play the piano and viola, I can never get tired of eating pasta, and I have a little pomeranian named Mowgli (I say little but he's like nine years old). My music taste is kind of all over the place but I'd say I enjoy listening to rap the most. I don't really have any favorite food but I predominately only eat rice, chicken, and broccoli when …
This is an alternate retelling of Dasharatha's Sons by Donald A. Mackenzie. In this story, King Dasharatha does not yet have an heir, so he performs Ashwamedha (horse sacrifice) so that the gods will grant him an heir. Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Indra, and Maruts came down and promised the king that he will have four sons.
King Steph Curry is desperate for a ring. The year is 2010 and although he has only been in the league for one year, he is desperate for a ring. Curry resolved to perform the secret ritual: tanking. He will purposely lose games so that the lottery gods will grant them a high draft pick, thus boosting the potential of getting a star basketball player. When he told the rest of his teammates, their faces lit up with joy.