Inauguration impresses sports world
WASHINGTON -- Muhammad Ali and Magic Johnson had prime seats at the Capitol. LeBron James watched from a hotel room in Los Angeles with his two sons. Across the country, coaches rescheduled practices, and even the Super Bowl had to take a back seat Tuesday to the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
"This day means a lot to inner-city kids, to African-American
kids, to everyone," said Cleveland Cavaliers star James, who
contributed $20,000 to Obama's campaign but couldn't attend ...
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