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Olympics Update: Phelps wins another gold & USA basketball squeaks past Lithuania



  1. Sarunas Jasikevicius1:31
  2. Darius Songaila1:25
  3. Chris Paul1:16
  4. Carmelo Anthony1:14
  5. Mike Bryan2:13
  6. Maria Sharapova1:41
  7. Serena Williams1:39
  8. James Hewitt1:01
  9. Wal-Mart0:52
Sat, 4 Aug 2012|

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She -- in Washington dot com. Baltimore native Michael Phelps won his first gold medal at fifteen years old. Well for Olympic Games later the 27 year old has had his final Olympics web. And won his final gold medal annually the most decorated Olympian in the history of the games. He added some more complex doing. More hardware to his resume. Certainly the butterfly leg of the men's four by 100 yet another. Medley relay skating United States took gold medal as a whole US -- have dominated in London. And winning a total of thirty medals. It's a check out -- -- resonate for Phelps 22 career battles including eighteen gold fields 39 world records which is -- world record itself. -- a Phelps was his home country he would rank first sixth all time. And gold medals and 51 overall and he goes out on top on Saturday. Wal-Mart what did you say getting a surprising to us from Lithuania one game after winning by 83 points Americans need to rally in the fourth to escape defeat. LeBron James Hewitt said that it was his time to step up offensively. Scored nine of his 23 the US to a 9994. Win and remain undefeated over in London. In addition to -- -- twenty Carmelo Anthony added twenty as well Chris Paul chipped in seven point seven boards and six assists as the United States forced 23 turnovers. On the afternoon to provide the difference. Former -- wizards' Darius Songaila had eleven Songaila had eleven for Lithuania while former turf Sarunas Jasikevicius had eight. Up next for team -- Argentina on Monday. Well women's tennis final Serena Williams made short work of Maria Sharapova winning six nothing 61. When the ball in the most lopsided women's final Olympic history. I'm doing censor it becomes the first woman then flipping career Grand Slam and Olympic gold medal. In both singles and doubles action. -- other news and notes from London already the first double amputee ever to compete. South Africa's Oscar pissed Warriors continues this historic Olympic run by qualifying for Sunday's 400. Single recover from the slow start qualified for the 100 -- as well. Americans Bob and Mike Bryan won gold medals in men's doubles. And a freshman basketball teams here's the top spot in group -- thanks to a three point win overspend. Csnwashington.com.

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