RIO DE JANEIRO - He was branded a traitor, an opportunist, a coward. He was ridiculed in his neighborhood, resented in his workplace, mocked by his former fans.When Kevin Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the powerful Golden State Warriors this summer, mere weeks after the Warriors knocked the Thunder out of the playoffs, he was generally described with a single adjective.Weak.
La chica se adentra en un gimnasio en Houston en un viaje de estudios; un trabajador es cautivado por su chispa y, una docena de años después, la joven gana cuatro medallas de oro en los Juegos Olímpicos. Una niña se arroja a una piscina de un suburbio de Washington, D.C., donde asiste para hacer amigos.
He was branded a traitor, an opportunist, a coward. He was ridiculed in his neighborhood, resented in his workplace, mocked by his former fans. When Kevin Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the powerful Golden State Warriors this summer, mere weeks after the Warriors knocked the Thunder...
Boring? Since when is nearly two hours of pure athletic destruction boring? Bad for basketball? How can 20 years' worth of consecutive victories on the world's biggest stage be bad for basketball? One of the most consistently dominant teams in the annals of the Olympics stepped on a Rio basketball...
He's always been third. As much lovable cartoon character as feared NBA star, his missed free throws as celebrated as his highlight dunks, DeAndre Jordan has spent his career as a giant in a shadow. For eight seasons with the Clippers, he has never even been the most important player on his team....
So you're Ryan Lochte (heaven forbid), you're an Olympic star with a dozen medals, you're a cool cat with blueish hair and a wry smile, and you're returning from a night in Rio with three Olympic teammates. Someone orders the cab driver to pull into a Shell gas station so someone can use the bathroom,...
They didn't want to be here. They didn't want to play this match. Why did they have to play this match? When Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross stepped on to the sand at Rio's beach volleyball arena on Copacabana Beach a couple of hours before midnight Wednesday, they wanted to disappear into...
RIO DE JANEIRO - A girl wanders into a Houston gym on a school field trip, a worker loves her spark, and a dozen years later she wins four Olympic gold medals. A girl jumps into a suburban Washington, D.C., swimming pool to make friends, a coach notices her stroke, and a dozen years later she wins four Olympic gold medals.
A girl wanders into a Houston gym on a school field trip, a worker loves her spark, and a dozen years later she wins four Olympic gold medals. A girl jumps into a suburban Washington, D.C., swimming pool to make friends, a coach notices her stroke, and a dozen years later she wins four Olympic gold medals.
After being dominated by conventional stars the first week, the U.S Olympic efforts the last few days have wonderfully included two large women who throw, lift and teach. On Friday, Michelle Carter became the first American woman to win a gold medal in the shot put.
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