Former President Bill Clinton is asking fans and colleagues of NBA player Jason Collins to support and respect him after Collins announced he is gay.
Clinton said in a statement Monday that he has known Collins since he attended Stanford University with his daughter Chelsea. He says Collins' announcement posted on Sports Illustrated's website is an ''important moment...
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Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea, who was a classmate of Jason Collins, gave support to the first openly gay male athlete in major American sports.
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After a big Cardinals win, the basketball squad received a surprise locker room visit from none other than President Bill Clinton. A longtime basketball fan, Mr. Clinton and Louisville coach Rick Pitino are boys. The Prez posed with the players, but was far more excited to stand beside the cheerleading squad. Slick Willy Strikes Again!-TO
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Bill Clinton stopped by the Louisville locker room after the Cardinals beat Villanova in the Big East Tourney, and, of course, the Twitterverse went nuts.
The only real question is how many of the U of L dancers are going home with Billy tonight?
My guess is at least three.
Louisville knocked off Villanova by a score of 74-55 Thursday night in the Big East quarterfinals at Madison Square Garden, and the celebration carried over into their locker room. In one of the most random sets of pictures that we have seen in some time, Bill Clinton was photographed numerous times celebrating with the team. The photos were posted by Louisville’s Chane...
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Bill Clinton, famous orator, was holding court at the Humana Challenge on Thursday. Eventually his question-answer session veered from PGA Tour talk to presidential golf.
Make that double presidential golf.
Turns out the former president played a dozen holes with current President Barack Obama the other day at Andrews Air Force Base. By Clinton's count, Obama shot his "...
Former President Bill Clinton says I'll Have Another has a ''good chance'' to win the Belmont Stakes next Saturday and become racing's first Triple Crown winner in 34 years. He also says Dullahan could be the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner's biggest challenger.
Clinton made his comments Friday night at the Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford...
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June 02, 2012