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Chris Bosh threw down a fierce one-handed dunk during the second quarter Wednesday, hollering as he glared up into the crowd.
At first glance, it might look like the Toronto Raptors swapped one six-foot-10 left-handed rebounding specialist for another.
For 40 minutes at least, Joannie Rochette found solace in the soft crunch of her leather boots and the crackle of the ice breaking beneath her blades.
Athletes rode on shoulders, hoisted huge banners and tossed fistfuls of pins up into the crowd as Canada’s largest multi-sport event came to a close in the country’s smallest province Saturday.
Elizabeth Manley leaned over a barrier in the bowels of the Staples Center, gathering up Joannie Rochette in a long embrace.
Canadian ice dancing duo Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir capped a trying season with a bronze medal Friday at the world figure skating championships.
Canada’s Patrick Chan won the silver medal in men’s singles competition Thursday at the world figure skating championships.
A chorus of boos erupted from the pro-Canadian crowd at the Staples Center when Patrick Chan’s score was announced. Chan simply raised his shoulders in a puzzled shrug, and gave a half-hearted smile.