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A 2-year-old boy in China feverish with basketball talent
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A 2-year-old boy in China feverish with basketball talent

The boy we are talking about is named Limo. The boy had accurate pitches to the basketball pole whether it was on the field or in the trunk of a car and was even installed behind the moving father.In addition, Limo can dribble and smash all kinds of balls from basketball of the standard size to the yoga ball with the size nearly the same height as the boy. Limo's father said his son started playing basketball when he was 1 year old.Worth mentioning, Limo can also play the ball with both hands or dribble obstacles. Even when learning English, he took advantage of playing football. Currently, the boy spends between 1 and 2 hours a day playing basketball.The video-sharing moment's Limo playing basketball on social networks has attracted more than 7.5 million likes. "At that time, he w...
Former basketball star pocketed $ 16.5 million after retirement
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Former basketball star pocketed $ 16.5 million after retirement

The Brooklyn Nets has just finished the final paycheck for Deron Williams on June 30 (US time). The former 36-year-old still receives a steady $ 5.5 million in salary every year even after retiring.Deron Williams was once the top NBA star when he could score more than 20 points per game. Deron no longer even plays for the Nets after the 2014/15 season. The Bleacher Report calculates Nets has paid Deron about $ 15,000 a day for the past five years.In the 2012/13 season, "D-Will" signed a contract worth 98.7 million USD for 5 years with Nets. Deron is now the top star of the tournament with three consecutive appearances in the All-Star period. He also successfully competed and won a gold medal in basketball with the USA in the 2012 Olympic Games. Deron has deteriorated rapidly sin...
Covid-19 – ‘marathon thief’ of April
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Covid-19 – ‘marathon thief’ of April

A series of major marathons in April had to be delayed or canceled due to the influence of Covid-19.The world sport is holding its breath watching the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic with a series of major events that have been postponed or canceled. Marathon runners are no exception, especially this April.London Marathon is one of the six most prestigious annual running events on the planet, besides the tournaments in Boston, New York, Chicago, London, and Tokyo, belonging to the World Marathon Majors (WMM) system. The London run this year was supposed to take place on April 26 with the expected run by the Joggers between Eliud Kipchoge, Kenyan, and Kenenisa Bekele, Ethiopian. These are the world's top two full marathon running legs (42,195 kilometers). Kipchoge used to cost...