"I was really nervous but really happy to get the second pick. I was extremely nervous but it was really fun."
Mallory Edens, who officially has more fans than the Bucks right now, also has a talent for forming words with her tempting mouth, lips, and tongue. Take her succinct analysis of the draft pick situation quoted above as she revealed it to the press. Mallory was not only really nervous, but also extremely nervous. Some teens would have simply employed "really" four times in two short sentences, but not Miss Edens. She reiterates her point by repeating the term "nervous" so that the audience can fully grasp how she felt. However, Mallory also exhibits a joie de vie that has endeered her (forgive the pun) to bucks fans who are talking more about white tail and racks than ever before on discussion forums. Not only is she really happy, but she also really had fun. What a girl and what a wordsmith!
The Bucks, who really had a good chance to get the first pick, were extremely disappointed in slipping to second, but they were really nervous they might slip to fourth, so, in the end, they were really happy. "We really think we might have an extremely fun season," said John Hammond.
Mallory's father and speech coach had this to say: "We’re very excited to be here, and to be here with my family and our friends is really special. We’re happy with the outcome." Mr. Edens reminds us quite passionately that you do not really have to be a US senator in order to find the very right words. All in all, it appears that the Edens family is really happy.
Oh yeah, here's a picture of Mallory. Brains and beauty. Surely, the Bucks are in good hands.
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