LeBron and Lefty: Lessons in legacy
Before LeBron James even plays this latest career-defining game, it's clear that he has lost. More specifically, he has lost the right to lose.
Some athletes retain that right. It was never more evident than in the wake of this year's U.S. Open, when Phil Mickelson came up short once again in a major he has never won. Mickelson started the final day with the lead, but, by the time he reached the 18th hole, he needed a birdie to force a playoff with Justin Rose. He got ...
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