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“We are all witnesses” as LeBron Takes Over at Crunch Time...

What a season for LeBron. LeBron’s driving dunk and a 3 point shot late in the 4th quarter secured victory for the USA over a Gasol dominated Spanish team. It will be remembered that Spain decided to box and 1 KD–not Lebron or Kobe. Melo came up empty in the Gold game but overall played well. To me it’s just a no win situation for team USA. After the near submarine job on LeBrn in game 2, we might nor ever see the NBA stars again  in the Olympics.

2012 London Olympics, Olympic basketball
Koons Ford Presents the Sports Maven Saturday Morning at 9AM on ESPN 1...

Some of the topics for this morning’s show as Donald Saiontz sits in as CoHost:

Machado comes of age quickly with 2 dingers last night

Review of the Raven’s 1st exhibition game

Tyrann Mathieu, “The Honey Badger” dismissed from LSU for drug violations

Here we go again –Tiger tied for PGA lead—Updates and predictions on PGA Championship from Pat Coyner and The Tiger Woods camp

Dwight Howard traded to the Lakers

USA Bball beats Argentina into submission—Spain next with the Gasols and Serge Ibaka

Punches to the groin part of the Olympic Spirit?

USA women keeps Uncle Sam on top of the Medal Count

How good is the 2012 USA Basketball team?

Kip Turner from the Bayhawks calls in to discuss tonight’s matchup with the Denver Outlaws

Discussion of the Gambling vote on Friday

The brilliance of Buck Showalter

3 weeks until opening day for the Terrapins–why they are on the right track

Roddy Peters to visit College Park on Tuesday

2012 London Olympics, 2013 Basketball Recruits, Baltimore Orioles Baseball, Chesapeake Bayhawks, Radio Shows, Randy Edsall
USA Ends Pool Play at 5-0 after Squashing Argentina

The more I watch LeBron and Kevin Durant play the better I think they are. Maybe KD will join the Heat.

2012 London Olympics
One of The Greatest Day in US Olympic History–Phelps Again Prove...

Quick recap:

Gabby won the Gold in Gymnastics all around

Phelps and Lochte finished 1-2 in the 200 IM  Race

Tyler Clery won the goal in the 100 M Backstroke

8 Woman Rowing team–Gold

A Gold in Judo

USA Basketball won a 83 point squeaker

USA took the Medal Count lead 37-34 over China

2012 London Olympics, Michael Phelps
USA Olympic Medals
Gold Medals
Shooting – Women’s Skeet Kimberly Rhode 99
Swimming – Men’s 100m Backstroke Matthew Grevers 52.16, Olympic Record
Swimming – Men’s 400m Individual Medley Ryan Lochte 4:05.18
Swimming – Women’s 100m Backstroke Melissa Franklin 58.33
Swimming – Women’s 100m Butterfly Dana Vollmer 55.98, Olympic Record,World Record
Bronze Medals
Judo – Women’s 57kg, Bronze medal match, Quintavalle vs Malloy Marti Malloy 1000
Silver Medals
Diving – Women’s 3m Springboard Synchro Kelci Bryant 321.90
Abby Johnston 321.90
Swimming – Men’s 100m Backstroke Nicholas Thoman 52.92
Swimming – Men’s 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay
Swimming – Women’s 100m Breaststroke Rebecca Soni 1:05.55
Swimming – Women’s 400m Freestyle Allison Schmitt 4:01.77
Swimming – Women’s 400m Individual Medley Elizabeth Beisel 4:31.27
Archery – Men’s Team Brady Ellison 218
Jacob Linde-Kaminski 218
Jacob Wukie 218
Bronze Medals
Diving – Men’s 10m Platform Synchro Nick McCrory 463.47
David Boudia 463.47
Swimming – Men’s 100m Breaststroke Brendan Hansen 59.49
Swimming – Men’s 400m Freestyle Peter Vanderkaay 3:44.69
Swimming – Women’s 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Melissa Franklin 3:34.24
2012 London Olympics
Sarunas Vs Ekene Highlights The Olympics Today

It’s amazing that Sarunas is still a dominating European player after all these years.

Lithuania (Sarunas Jasikevicius) vs. Nigeria (Ekene Ibekwe)
9:30 a.m. ET (LIVE)
NBC Basketball Channel

Colombia (Nataly Arias) vs. France
12:15 p.m. ET (LIVE)

USA (Katie O’Donnell, Keli Smith Puzo) vs. Argentina
2:00 p.m. ET
Terrapin head coach Missy Meharg on the call for NBC

2012 London Olympics
Terps In the Olympics

Nataly Arias (’08) 
Women’s Soccer, Colombia 

Ekene Ibekwe (’07)
Men’s Basketball, Nigeria

Sarunas Jasikevicius ()’98
Men’s Basketball, Lithuania

Missy Meharg
 (Head Coach)
Field Hockey analyst for NBC

Katie O’Donnell (’10)
Field Hockey, USA

Keli Smith Puzo (’00)
Field Hockey, USA

Andrew Valmon (Head Coach)
Head Coach of USA Track & Field Team

2012 London Olympics