Cinderella’s Signature Move Stolen At The “Big Dance”?

26 Mar

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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Madness Correspondent,
Jocelyn Koehler
http://teamblood.org | @jocelynk414

Sources report that Cinderella is frustrated after watching the early rounds of the 2014 NCAA Tournament. On multiple occasions, players seemed to be riffing on her now-classic “Lost Shoe” move, which has been credited with her taking of the title (of Princess) during her year. She is quoted as saying, “First Malcolm Moore on the Panthers, who played with only one shoe for a minute-thirty? What a show-off! And then Syracuse’s Michael Gbinije had to do it too? Come on. Losing a shoe at the Big Dance is my thing. I own that.”

She certainly wasn’t the first to lose a shoe under pressure and turn it to an advantage, but the rags-to-riches Cinderella is undeniably linked to the move. “Kareem had the skyhook. I got the one shoe shuffle. Even though this isn’t the pros, shouldn’t these kids be developing their own style?”

While Cinderella admitted that anyone can lose a shoe, she isn’t looking forward to seeing more of the same going forward to the Sweet Sixteen. She hopes to see some new faces and new plays. She added, “In fact, the rest of the tournament is going to be surprising. My bracket is completely broken. So many upsets. Though secretly, I am kind of glad that Duke didn’t make it. One thing I’ve learned about dukes since getting my crown…they’ve all got such a attitude!”

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2 Responses to “Cinderella’s Signature Move Stolen At The “Big Dance”?”

  1. Leslie Jo 03/26/2014 at 1:40 am #

    Another great one! Here’s where to find me these days in case you didn’t know! http://lesliejochase.com/

  2. Jocelyn Koehler (@jocelynk414) 03/26/2014 at 7:55 am #

    Personally, I’m just delighted to be the Chief Madness Correspondent. Some might say it’s destiny.

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