Many Americans were engrossed with the prosecution, defense, deliberation and subsequent verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. The jury came out with a “not guilty” verdict after two days of deliberations, which included seeking clarification of the manslaughter charge. The initial reaction to the verdict was overwhelming. [Tweet of the Night: NBA Players React to George Zimmerman Verdict] Nearly a week later, there is still an feeling of injustice among many citizens. President Barack Obama took some time to address the issues at
Championship teams infrequently visited the White House for well over a century until Ronald Reagan made it a tradition to host every major champion in the 1980s. Since then, every year fans have been inundated with photos and press coverage of championship teams being congratulated by the President of the United States while visiting the White House. Typically, access given to the public is limited to team photos at the front steps of the White House and in the East
csprtContainer(); With the NBA All-Star starters set, who will be snubbed for a reserve spot? Could President Obama check out Blake Griffin? CineSport’s Brian Clark & SheridanHoops.com’s Chris Sheridan discuss.
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