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How The Olympics Prove 'Woke' Diversity Makes The US Weaker

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The idiocy of your post knows no bounds.

The US Men's basketball team is losing for 2 reasons; they have not practiced much as a team while the rest of the world has and the rest of the world has caught up.

As for Simone Biles... by withdrawing the US Women's Gymnastic team did much better than they would have done had Simone Biles went out and did poorly. They did win a silver medal.

Really, you're an idiot.
Not practiced as much? What the hell kind of an excuse is that for an olympic team who's responsibility is to practice? Did they dump the game on purpose? Losing to the freaking French? Who's the fool?
 

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Not practiced as much? What the hell kind of an excuse is that for an olympic team who's responsibility is to practice? Did they dump the game on purpose? Losing to the freaking French? Who's the fool?

This is the costs of having people with "real jobs" trying to moonlight as olympians.

I would like to see what it would be like if USA Basketball and the NBA got together and said that as a punishment (sarcasm there) for losing the NBA finals, the team that lost had to play in the upcoming Olympics (if it is held relatively close to the conclusion of the NBA season).

As for the "freaking French", the French team

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Technically the women were already eliminated from a chance at the gold before Biles officially withdrew. Part of it was because of a wonky vault she had done earlier, possibly tweeking her ankle, and partially because of someone else getting a low score. Plus the Russians just had a really good good year. There was no way anyone could have closed that 3 point lead at the end.

IDK about basketball. I hate the NBA and I hate that we load the olympic teams with NBA players.
I think they made that move because it was obvious the rest of the world was loading their teams with professionals. The amateur spirit of the Olympics is long gone. We don't have a national team, but wouldn't be surprised if we got one before long if we continue losing out on gold.
 

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Diversity doesn't make us stronger. It is a disease that makes us weaker.

Wokeness is simply mental illness.
 

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"Team USA's mens basketball team lost their first Olympic contest since 2004, ESPN reported on Sunday. The Olympic team fell to France 83-76 in their opening match of Group A, snapping their 25-game winning streak in the summer games. The team's opening round loss is their first such Olympic defeat since 2004's semifinals contest against Argentina. That loss resulted in the USA finishing with a Bronze medal at the Athens Games, Fox News reported."


"The U.S. women’s gymnastic team earned a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics Tuesday, with the Russian Olympic Committee taking home the gold, after gymnastics superstar Simone Biles withdrew from the team final early in the event due to an apparent medical issue. Russia earned a total team score of 169.529 points and the U.S. earned 166.096, with Great Britain taking home the bronze medal with 164.096 points. The U.S. and Russia stayed neck and neck throughout the competition, with Russia slightly ahead, though the U.S. slipped behind during the final rotation as Chiles fell during her floor routine, earning a score of 11.7 --- Russia’s win comes after the Russian men’s gymnastics team won the men’s team final on Monday, and breaks the U.S.’s streak after the women’s team won gold in 2012 and 2016."
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Essentially, these two women pictured above are the reason the US team lost the gold medal....one last name is Chiles and the other's last name is Biles....but those are not the only similarities....guess what else they have in common?? They both lack the mental and emotional capacity and intelligence to be winners against more superior competition like Russia and China. To make matters worse, the utter weakness and failure of Simone Biles led to the US men's team placing 5th in the Olympics....She and Chiles basically robbed the men's team of a gold medal.

When you add this to the fact that the US Men's Basketball team keeps losing game after game to superior talent from countries like France, Croatia; basically countries that reject wokeness and diversity -- it becomes clear that the US is no longer the powerhouse it use to be because of this cancer of inclusiveness, diversity and libtard wokeness. Japan is also experiencing this with the loss of their so-called tennis star Naomi Osaka..she also proved herself to be mentally inferior when she lost in the third round -- how was this broad ever considered great??
I'll not be surprised if our woke athletes don't increase gayness in America.
 

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I think they made that move because it was obvious the rest of the world was loading their teams with professionals. The amateur spirit of the Olympics is long gone. We don't have a national team, but wouldn't be surprised if we got one before long if we continue losing out on gold.

I would still rather they had stuck with basically a college all-star team. Most of the rest of the world's pro leagues are still wanting compared to the NBA.
 

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I would still rather they had stuck with basically a college all-star team. Most of the rest of the world's pro leagues are still wanting compared to the NBA.
A fair number of NBA players end up playing for other nations in the Olympics. It won't be too much longer before their leagues, at least their national teams, are on par with the flung together NBA players.
 
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The idiocy of your post knows no bounds.

The US Men's basketball team is losing for 2 reasons; they have not practiced much as a team while the rest of the world has and the rest of the world has caught up.

As for Simone Biles... by withdrawing the US Women's Gymnastic team did much better than they would have done had Simone Biles went out and did poorly. They did win a silver medal.

Really, you're an idiot.
49 NBA players are on Olympic teams how much practice time have they had on their respective teams.
 

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49 NBA players are on Olympic teams how much practice time have they had on their respective teams.
How much time, though, with each other as teammates? Let's put it this way, the LA Lakers could always defeat any and every allstar team ever assembled out of the best NBA players. If we seriously wanted to win gold every time, we would simply field the NBA champions of that season and watch them dominate.
 

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49 NBA players are on Olympic teams how much practice time have they had on their respective teams.

Probably not a lot...but the nucleus did often have time to practice together in various international competitions.
 

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How much time, though, with each other as teammates? Let's put it this way, the LA Lakers could always defeat any and every allstar team ever assembled out of the best NBA players. If we seriously wanted to win gold every time, we would simply field the NBA champions of that season and watch them dominate.

I think a 50 win NBA team would clean up in the Olympics.
 

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I think a 50 win NBA team would clean up in the Olympics.
Absolutely it would. I believe a mediocre NBA team could even win most games against a hastily assembled all star team, because they know how to function as a unit.
 

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