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The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Michael Miller
Military prosecutors have the "difficult, if not impossible," task of proving two former U.S. Naval Academy football players sexually assaulted a midshipman because the woman's contradictory and misleading testimony damaged her credibility, according to an investigating officer's report obtained by The Associated Press.
Riverton junior kicker Cody Taylor doesn't let disabilities stop him from playing football for the Silverwolves. On Friday night, he scored his first extra point for the team.
Mike Miller is going back to a former home, agreeing to a deal with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Mike Miller was a luxury that the Miami Heat decided they could no longer afford.
Five things to watch for in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, as the San Antonio Spurs try to clinch their fifth title and end the Miami Heat's reign on Tuesday night:
The swings in momentum in these NBA Finals have been so wild that it has been difficult to grasp just who is in control of the series. Maybe that's because with San Antonio and Miami tied at two games apiece, neither team really is, or feels like it has, any semblance of control.
Trying to guard Dwyane Wade proved impossible for Tiago Splitter. Same goes for Boris Diaw.
The biggest adjustment for Dwyane Wade came hours before Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
Mike Miller's uncanny play in these NBA Finals has earned him a spot in the Miami Heat's starting lineup.
Five things to take away from the San Antonio Spurs' 113-77 win over the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night:
LeBron James had another decision to make.
This is the matchup Chris Bosh wanted in the Eastern Conference finals.
It's been a running joke with Mike Miller for much of this season. He comes into the Miami Heat locker room before games, sees the jersey hanging in his stall and wonders aloud why someone went to the trouble of putting it there.
Minor nicks, as Heat coach Erik Spoelstra put it, will keep Miami starters LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers from playing against the New York Knicks.
While a blimp hovers not too far in the distance, circling over tens of thousands of Super Bowl revelers, Christopher Weaver looks around at the neighborhood where he was born and raised and almost died.
"I know I can be very, very productive for a couple years for sure," Miller said. "But at the same time, it would be very difficult to go into a situation where you're not competing for a title. So I'm going to have to weigh those things, and we'll see how it plays out."
He expressed disappointment that not only will he not get to help the Heat try for a third straight title, he will no longer be playing alongside Udonis Haslem, his former college teammate at Florida.