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Team USA - the 2012 Men's basketball team, beat the French Fries yesterday. Michelle Obama got all huggy.
She's really setting the bar high for subsequent wins, no?
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Following Team USA’s victory over France on Sunday, First Lady Michelle Obama congratulated each team member individually with a hug for a job well done. Check out photos and the video. video via Dime
Earlier today, Team USA men's basketball played their first game of the preliminary rounds and beat France by the score of 98-71.After the victory, the team decided to greet First Lady Michelle Obama who was in attendance and a hugfest broke out:
Michelle Obama got a rather unique greeting from a U.S. wrestler on Friday while visiting Team USA's training center. While the rest of the team was content with hugs, Elena Pirozhkova decided she was going to pick up the first lady -- with her permission, of course -- and make the moment that much more memorable. "I will only meet her once," Pirozhkova said as justification...
Team USA took care of business on Sunday. First in defeating France 98-71, then hugging up on the First Lady, Michelle Obama. Good job boys.The post Starting Lineups: The Entire Team USA Squad Hugged Up On The First Lady appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Worst goalie ever.
Not sure, but I think this was staged.
Have a great weekend family!
[H/T to SportsGrid]
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