Descriptive Essay On The New York City

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Traffic! Hundreds and thousands of people crowding the sidewalk. Diverse food places to get your grub on. All of these elements in my environment sort of work in a harmonious pattern in a place I call home, New York City. When I ask people about New York City they usually associate it with the extraordinary buildings that pierce the sky or the congested sidewalks with people desperate to shop in the famous luxury stores in which celebrities dwell. Even though I grew up here, I somehow manage to get lost within the Big Apple. The voices of the never-ending attractions call out and envelope you while admiring them in awe. The streets are filled with an atmosphere that is like a young child on a shopping spree in a candy store. Although my feet…show more content…
They were up by 20 points during the second quarter. I was jumping around after each basket filled with excitement, while some Bulls fans around me sat back in my chair arms folded probably wondering whether or not Michael Jordan would be willing to come off the bench to help his old team out. The second half started out much better for the Bulls who were led by Derrick Rose at the time. The Bulls fought their way back into the game, bringing the gap between the two teams back down by less than 5 points. The third quarter was neck and neck, and now I was sitting and the Bulls fans were jumping around cheering because the Knicks were down. The fourth quarter was nerve racking. Sweat was dripping down my forehead in my seat filled with anxiety due to the anticipation of whether or not the Knicks are going to take a win or a lose. The Bulls run during the game was good, but it was not enough to beat the Knicks. In the last minute of the game the Knicks and the Bulls were tied. There was little to no time left, but the Knicks scored 2 three pointers securing the win. I was so happy jumping for joy because the Knicks held the Bulls off and won…show more content…
It was my first time attending a Knicks game and the fact that they won made the experience so surreal to me. It was an experience in my life that was one for the books. All I could think about was how bad I wanted to share my experience with everyone in school the next day. I wanted to bring everybody I know to the Garden and let them be electrified by the energy the arena brings. So next time when people define New York City by buildings, shopping stores, crowds, and traffic I will simply say, “NO!” New York City is Madison Square Garden and the Knicks. We are an electrifying city with determined individuals who can bounce back from anything without a hair out
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