And they said Australia was supposed to be team USA's most fierce competition. In the words of Borat, "Ehh, not SOHH much."
They smacked up those shrimp on the Barbie dudes 116-85. UGH! Now, they're in the semis, which essentially means 2 'W's away from GOLD!
I loooove goooooold!
It's going to happen. But I still can't believe peeps are willing to compare this squad to the original Dream Team. I mean, shoot, I can't front ... I'm one of them.
But what the OG's did what HISTORY. These young dudes are carving their own lanes. Yea, it's just that simple.
Moving on, with the media fixated on this Phelps kid, I hope they're not sleeping on the Jamaican homie Usain Bolt.
If his name isn't familiar to you, GET FAMILIAR! Dude is Just Blaaaaazing fast. He set the World record in the 100m with a 9.69 and just set the 200m record right now.
Brings me sadness to say, but this is the kid's last post. It's been real. Love.
And for all my NYC heads you might see ya boy out and about this weekend taking in some high school B-Ball.
ESPN RISE's Boost Mobile Elite 24 Brings the Nation's Best High School Basketball Players to New York's Famed Rucker Park
The nation's top 24 ranked high school basketball players will descend once again upon New York City's famed Rucker Park (rain site to be announced) for the third annual Boost Mobile Elite 24 event. Hosted by ESPN RISE, this year's event features Class of 2009 phenoms Lance Stephenson (Lincoln High School - New York, N.Y.) and Derrick Favors (South Atlanta High School - Atlanta, Ga.) (the full roster is available at risemag.com/elite24), pro-coaches Chauncey Billups and Kenny Anderson, and the inaugural Slam Dunk Contest.