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And LeBrons taken the criticism about as well as anyone could have the past four years. But this four-year chapter of his life tells us something about ourselves, even if we dont want to see it. We demand perfection but ridicule anyone for the most minor of offenses. Our standards on the court are so high, but our standards off it so low. Its a catch-22 for anyone who begins to approach Greatest Ever status, especially in the age of Twitter. The cries began almost immediately, when LeBron led the Cavs to the playoffs.

The A-Z of the 2014 World Cup - Yahoo Sports

Pictured kissing the stacks of cash upon its arrival, Ghana's players lost to the Portuguese and exited at the group stage. D - Dilma. The on-field action in Brazil was amongst the best ever but the problems surrounding the organization of the tournament were not forgotten. Brazil President Dilma Rousseff, along with FIFA boss Sepp Blatter, were routinely booed when shown in the crowd at matches, with many Brazilians angered by their government's extravagant World Cup spending of more than $11 billion at a time when the country's economy is sagging and public services are in dire need of investment. E - Embarrassment. A World Cup record defeat, a first loss in a competitive home match in 39 years, it was not meant to end like this for pre-tournament favorites Brazil.

York 'superfan' Ray Ferrer is a Revolution staple - The York Daily Record

Police are searching for a suspect in the shooting death of a 21-year-old man in Brooklyn. Updated: Friday, July 11 view publisher site 2014 6:49 PM EDT2014-07-11 22:49:03 GMT A viewer sent Fox 5 photos of falling ceiling plaster and paint at the entrance to the downtown subway station for the No. 1 train at 50 Street and Broadway. We went to check and found the falling debris had been cleaned up off the floor. A shopkeeper there said that MTA workers sweep up the plaster and paint chips. The ceiling still looked like it was from a prehistoric building.

James makes Cavs better, now East more wide open - New York News

That is Ray Ferrer's spot. It has been since the York Revolution opened their stadium more than seven years ago. From it, he has watched the team struggle and succeed in much the same way he has watched the ebb and flow of the lives of the small community of season ticket-holders and Revolution faithful in the rows in front of and behind him. He's addicted, he said on a Thursday night in July, one hand holding a beer bought for him by a friend, his other arm in a sling after undergoing surgery for a separated tendon just a few days before. In eight seasons, he has missed only 14 games.

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