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email@example.comThe night Anthony Davis announced he was leaving Kentucky to pursue a career in the National Basketball Association, he admitted that he had always dreamed of winning an Olympic gold medal. He had no idea then that instead of having to wait until 2016...
LONDON — In a little more than two years, Tyson Chandler has won an NBA championship with the Mavericks, a Defensive Player of the Year award with the Knicks, a gold medal at the FIBA World Championships and now is the lone center on the gold-...
Go ahead, admit it. You like this LeBron James. You like our country's best basketball ambassador at the Olympics, the greatest all-around player in the world already proving it at these Games. You like how James defers to elder statesman Kobe Bryant...
LONDON — Basketball-wise, there's nothing exceptional about the lone gymnasium inside the Brixton Recreation Centre. One of the six baskets — or rings as some call them here, and not just during the Olympics — is inoperable. A hole...
Tags: Basketball, Sports, Tom Thibodeau, David Bowie, Luol Deng
AP Sports WriterLONDON (AP) — Five things to know about Tuesday, Day 4 of the London Olympics: —Swimmer Phelps collects two more medals to break record. —Raisman lifts U.S. women to gymnastics gold. —US men roll to 110-63 win over...
As if the U.S. needed to shoot well, too. They're already the top men's basketball team in the Olympics, able to drive and dunk and put up a display better than anybody. So they drove a stake through Nigeria in a preliminary game, 156-73, making a...
LONDON — The U.S. never longed so much for Nigeria. The men's basketball team was closer to crashing than creating more Olympic records, finally sneaking past Lithuania for a 99-94 victory in a preliminary game Saturday at Olympic Park Basketball...
LONDON — Four years ago, Lopez Lomong was as much a symbol as he was an athlete running in the Olympics. The symbolic part will always be there. As soon as the 2012 OIympics end, Lomong will go back to the land he fled, a land now recognized as the...
Tags: Sudan, Olympic Games, Track and Field, Lopez Lomong
firstname.lastname@example.orgChicago talent scout Daniel Poneman was the first to post videos of a rising star named Anthony Davis on YouTube, and he predicted that Davis’ growth spurt after his sophomore season was going to turn him into a future star. He was right, as Davis...
LONDON — Even Kobe Bryant's teammates kept waiting for that look, that competitive countenance that fuels one of his scoring barrages. When it finally came, during the second half of the U.S. men's basketball team's 119-86 quarterfinal victory over...
BOCA RATON — His office wall is a family timeline. Photographs — some in color and others too old for that — take the metaphorical place of incremental growth marks penciled onto a doorframe. On the left side of the wall, Mike...
LONDON — Kobe Bryant sank three 3-pointers and a reverse dunk in the first 4 minutes, 12 seconds. Kevin Durant drained four 3-pointers in the third quarter. Carmelo Anthony added three 3-pointers in a 42-second stretch of the fourth. And LeBron...
Tags: LeBron James, Sprained Ankle, Basketball, Dwight Howard, Sports
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