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"Manu Ginobili was thanked by Carmelo Anthony after he brought his Argentina career to an emotional end at Rio 2016. San Antonio Spurs star Ginobili's time on the international scene was brought to a close with a 105-78 defeat to the United States", www.aol.co.uk
"RIO DE JANEIRO (AP):As Manu Ginobili walked off the basketball court, a legion of Argentina fans crowded around the tunnel where players exited.'Ole, ole, ole, ole! Manuuuu! Manuuuuu!'Ginobili slapped hands and waved to a crowd that could not have...", jamaica-gleaner.com
"Thanks to Warriors forward Kevin Durant, the U.S. men's basketball team survived a hot start by Argentina, then rolled to a 105-78 victory in the quarterfinals on Wednesday. The Americans will play Spain in the semifinals Friday. Spain eliminated Fran", www.santacruzsentinel.com
"Corruption can’t kill the Olympic Games, nor can street crime, filthy waterways, green pools or Ryan Lochte. Manu Ginobili, finishing a 20-year run with Argentina basketball, was overcome with emotion as he spoke with Ros Gold-Onwude after Tuesday’s loss to the U.S. The final moments were all about Ginobili, whose feats of international performance are the stuff of legend, and he found the scene overwhelmingly powerful — so much so that he walked away from the interview, more privately in tears ... For all the well-deserved talk about Kerri Walsh-Jennings on the volleyball court, April Ross proved to be a stellar teammate, flashing some of the best hand-eye coordination anywhere in Rio. Crestfallen for a spell, they returned with a vengeance for what Walsh-Jennings called “the hardest match to play in sports” — playing for bronze. D’Agostino, of the U.S., ran the last three laps with a torn ACL and the two of them, strangers at the start,", www.sfchronicle.com
"Kerri Walsh Jennings didn't lose gold. She won bronze. But is it enough to secure her legacy as the greatest U.S. women's volleyballer of all time? Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce take a look back at the final week of competition at Rio 2016.", www.wbur.org
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