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DERRICK ROSE LAWSUITLOS ANGELES -- Lawyers for a woman who filed a lawsuit accusing NBA star Derrick Rose and two of his friends of rape failed to disclose text messages to the defense, but the lapse was not significant enough to derail the civil trial, a judge ruled.Lawyers for Rose had argued that the plaintiffs lawyers purposely withheld three texts until the woman finished testifying so the defense couldnt ask about messages that showed she had been plotting sex on the night in question and, on the following day, was seeking taxi reimbursement and not accusing anyone of rape.The womans lawyers said the texts did not add new information. They claimed they were shared with the defense, though they couldnt prove it.U.S. District Court Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald said the accusers legal team had failed its legal obligation to share the texts, but there was a minimal amount of prejudice against Rose and his friends.The judge said he would instruct jurors that the texts were disclosed recently and allow defense lawyers to question the accuser about the messages.NATIONAL ANTHEM PROTESTSWASHINGTON -- White Americans by large numbers disapprove of athletes protesting during the playing of The Star-Spangled Banner, according to a new poll. Black Americans approve of the protests by even wider margins.Some athletes have been refusing to stand during the national anthem as a protest of the treatment of blacks by police. The Quinnipiac University poll showed that the younger the person, the more likely he or she is to approve of athletes not standing or taking a knee.The poll, released this week, showed that white Americans of all ages disapprove of the protests by a margin of 63 percent to 30 percent. Hispanic Americans disapprove of the protests by a smaller margin, 45 percent to 36 percent.However, black Americans of all ages approve of the protests 74 percent to 17 percent.PRO BASKETBALLFrom Cleveland to China, the message was clear: There is real hope of the NBA and its players getting a new labor deal done in the coming weeks.NBA Commissioner Adam Silver revealed that the league and its players will resume discussions on a new deal next week. Those meetings will be a prequel to the leagues Board of Governors session in New York on Oct. 20 and 21, where the labor talks will surely be very high on Silvers agenda of things to review with the full ownership.In Beijing, where he was attending the NBA Global Games, Silver said he would return to the U.S. on Thursday and then planned to pick up where talks left off. He said he has been meeting with union representatives, including union head Michele Roberts and president Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers, as well as owners who are on the negotiating committee.BOXINGLONDON -- Tyson Fury has vacated his WBO and WBA world heavyweight boxing titles to concentrate on his treatment and recovery from drug use and other personal issues.Furys promotors released a statement confirming the decision. It comes in the wake of his second withdrawal from a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko -- scheduled for Oct. 29 -- after being declared medically unfit by his team and following his admitted bingeing on cocaine and alcohol.The 28-year-old Fury faced the prospect of being stripped of the titles when the British Boxing Board of Control scheduled a meeting this week and its general secretary, Robert Smith, acknowledged the heavyweights recent issues would be up for discussion.Fury has not fought since beating Klitschko in November 2015 to claim the WBA, WBO and IBF titles. He was stripped of the IBF title soon after beating Klitschko, for not fighting a mandatory challenger.BASEBALLSAN DIEGO -- Mike Dee is out as president of the San Diego Padres, who were embroiled in a major controversy toward the end of another miserable season.Managing partner Peter Seidler offered little insight into Dees departure. He denied Dee was fired, but wouldnt say whether Dee resigned or if it was a mutual decision.Seidler said Dees contract wasnt set to expire until August 2018.Whatever happened, Dees ouster comes less than a month after general manager A.J. Preller was given an unprecedented monthlong suspension without pay by MLB after its investigation revealed the Padres had withheld medical information from trade partners, including in the deal that sent All-Star left-hander Drew Pomeranz to the Boston Red Sox.OTHERFOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- LeBron James blasted Donald Trumps crude remarks about women, calling it trash talk while refusing to even say the Republican presidential nominees name. Tom Brady walked away from a news conference when asked about the candidate he has previously supported.The responses from two of the biggest superstars in sports showed how much the 2005 video Trump has dismissed as locker room talk reverberated through the athletic world, with a growing list of current and former professional athletes weighing in on Trumps vulgar comments about grabbing womens genitals and trying to have sex with married women besides his own wife.James, who led the Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA championship last season, said the conversations hes used to hearing in the dressing room have to do more with family, game strategy and other sports-related banter.What that guy was saying, I dont know what that is. Thats trash talk, he said.Trumps opponent, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton retweeted video of the NBA stars reaction to Trumps comments on her Twitter account. Clinton received an endorsement from James earlier this month. Ketel Marte Jersey . 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If you accompany her, he said, I will beat you.The man restrained Biel at the urging of the boys mother, whod been forced to make the most painful of choices as she fled her home in southern Sudan. Her familys grass house had been repeatedly burned to the ground by the Sudanese army. The soldiers had torched the whole village and shot scores of peasants.It was the culmination of Sudans civil war, which lasted more than 20 years and caused an estimated two million deaths, with the violence continuing even after South Sudan became a sovereign nation in 2011.Biels mother was trying to escape to Ethiopia. But could she feed all four of her children en route? Couldnt the oldest, Yiech Pur Biel, survive on his own by finding food in the bush? She left him. As she disappeared down a footpath, Biel remembers her crying out: I will see you again very soon.Biel has not seen his mother since then. He does not know if she is alive.He will be thinking of her when he makes history in Rio de Janeiro. An 800 meter runner, Biel is one of 10 athletes on the first refugee team to compete in the Olympics. Unaffiliated with any nation, the squad also includes two Syrian swimmers, two Congolese judo players and an Ethiopian marathoner who fled to Luxembourg.At the teams core are Biel and four other South Sudanese middle distance runners, all of whom live together at a bare bones training camp just outside Nairobi, Kenya. It is a one-time orphanage in the Ngong Hills, where they train together on red clay paths, weaving through corn and potato fields, ducking under wire fences and trotting past herds of cattle and goats.The South Sudanese Olympians -- three men and two women who will compete in the 400, 800 and 1500 -- are newcomers to track and field. Until 10 months ago, Biel had never owned a pair of running shoes, and he was not sure which way to circle the track in races. He was, however, very fit. He was a talented soccer player, a sandlot star at a northern Kenyan refugee camp. His stride was silken and long-legged.A devout Christian, Biel sang in a Baptist choir, and he harbored giant dreams of becoming a humanitarian.I dont want other people to suffer as I have suffered, he thought after finishing high school last year. I want to help people. I want to study international relations and then go home to bring peace to South Sudan.There are now more than 65 million refugees on earth, the highest number in history. Most of them are young, and most are isolated and mired in poverty, unable to tap their potential.Until last fall, Biel was likewise stuck. He was killing time with no money for college. Along came a Kenyan runner, Tegla Loroupe, who in the mid-1990s was arguably the worlds premier female marathoner. Now 43, Loroupe has spent the past decade working as a peace activist.In late 2015, Kakuma, the refugee camp, swelled with nearly 200,000 residents, according to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. Most of them were South Sudanese, and Loroupe felt sympathy.Any one of us could be a refugee, she said. I was displaced once myself, in 1999, when all 40 of my cows were stolen away to Uganda. These refugees, it wasnt their wish to be put in a camp, and they need our help.Loroupe decided she would give Kakuma something to be proud of. She started a running team composed of refugees, and on a hot day last September, she hosted three time trials at the camp. She asked the young athletes to run either 5 or 10 kilometers on a dirt road.Biel ran the 10K. He ran it barefoot.?He had never run more than a mile without stopping.I felt like I was going to collapse, he said.He finished in 35 minutes. He was more than eight minutes off world-record pace, but his time would have placed him amid the top 1 percent of Americans who entered a road race last year. He placed third out of 100 in the Kakuma race and made the team.Loroupe, in her generosity, elected to bring 27 Kakuma runners to her rustic camp in Ngong, and for many, the rigors of daily training were overwhelming.Id wake them up in the morning to run, said Joseph Domongle, a Kenyan coach at the camp, and theyd say, Im too tired. When Id ask them to run a hill 10 times, theyd do it twice and sit down, saying, Who are you to tell me what to do?Thirteen athletes returned to Kakuma. Biel stayed. He bunked with three other runners in a cramped, barren, concrete dorm room. He ran three times a day. He finished his first 800 on the track in 2:08 and gradually whittled his time to 1:57, which would have been faster had two campmates not halted, mid-race, in his path.He watched the news in the camps TV room. He strolled into Ngong town and bought stalks of sugar cane for 20 cents and hung out with friends in a pasture. When it cooled one evening, he set a battered school chair on the camps rough lawn and sat down. Bony cows strayed in from the dirt road nearby to pick at the grass before meandering away in the fading light. Biel relaxed and remembered his earliest days.I had a lovely father, he said. From the time I was 7, I would work with him, taking care of the cattle, the sheep and the goats. He taught me to fish in the river, and every evening after supper, he would call us to the fire to tell us stories -- fables about animals. He told me, If Im not around, youll have to care for your siblings. Now that youre working, you are a man.Biel was only 8 at the time, and according to the traditions of his tribe, the Nuor, he was still a boy. Nuor males become men only when their brows are incised with a knife, to form a gar consisting of six parallel forehead scars.Why was his dad saying this? Its impossible to know.Before Biel turned 9, his father was gone. Did he leave home to fight in the war? Was he captured by the Sudanese Army? Biels mother was never sure. She just waited for her husband to come homee.ddddddddddddFive days became a month, Biel said. Then it was two months.Meanwhile, the north Sudanese soldiers began infiltrating Biels village, outside the larger town of Nasir, via underground tunnels. At night, they hovered overhead in helicopters, then dropped explosives that set the huts ablaze.Most nights, Biel said, we went into the bush.He has no idea how many times his mother took the family into the bush, away from the explosives and gunfire, when he was 8, 9 and 10 years old.After each helicopter attack, Biel slept on the ground for several nights -- or rather, tried to sleep as the mosquitoes hovered around him. The snakes scared him; he was afraid the lions would attack. To survive, he ate any fruit he could find, even if it was poison, he said. Routinely, he ate leaves. As the soldiers burned crops, there were simply not enough calories available.The population was very high, Biel said. Only the strongest were going to survive.By the time his mother left in 2005, after two years of military assaults, many of Biels fellow villagers had starved. But the biggest threat to Biel was the guerrillas fighting for South Sudanese independence. As they battled against the Sudanese army, the rebels began sweeping into southern villages, seizing boys as young as 8 to serve as soldiers.In March 2005, two months after his moms departure, a UN official recognized Biels vulnerability and made sure he relocated. As he rode north, he felt guilty, he says. Shouldnt he have been back in South Sudan, waiting for his dad to return?Kakuma, the refugee camp, was safe. But at first, water was scarce. Often, it was so dry that the refugees had to dig in the mud for water. When the UN installed running water at Kakuma, it was sometimes available only for brief windows of time. Some days, Biel waited at the tap for hours, only to be sent home empty-handed. At times, dark confusion and pain swept over him.It hurts me to live without parents, he said.About a year ago, however, a relative of Biels visited South Sudans capital, Juba, and talked to him. He reported that both of Biels parents are still alive, as are all three of his siblings, as well as two new ones. Biel doesnt believe it, though.When youre far away, they dont have to tell you the truth, he said. I think he was just trying to make me feel good.Even if Biels family was OK a few months ago, that was a few months ago in a part of the world where conflict is a constant. Since South Sudan became independent five years ago, it has been riven by tribal warring. Since 2013, one power struggle -- between Biels tribe, the Nuor, and the ruling Dinka -- has claimed at least 50,000 lives and displaced more than two million in a country of just over 11 million people.The U.N. has called South Sudans new civil war one of the most horrendous human rights situations in the world, and even for South Sudanese who have fled their homeland, this war is impossible to ignore. As one of Biels fellow runners, Puk Deng, lounged on the grass in Ngong recently, he called family in Juba, only to learn that his 19-year-old nephew had been killed.There was fighting behind the UN compound in Juba, he said. He hid under his bed in his hotel, but they found him and removed him and shot him.Biel is afraid to go back to South Sudan.In Juba, they will kill me, he said. They will know I am Nuor in a moment. Even if you dont have the gar, they know. They ask you to open your mouth and speak Dinka, and if you cant, they kill you.The Dinka and the Nuor have a long history of minor conflict, mainly over cattle and land, but their relations have often been peaceful, and recently, as Biel rode a team van home from a tough workout, he was playfully slap fighting with his two female teammates, both of whom are Dinka.Do you like those girls? someone asked. Biel ducked his head bashfully, his teeth glinting as he smiled. They are like sisters to me, he said.The next morning, he headed out for an easy, 45-minute jaunt. Then lunch, a few scraps of goat meat on a heap of white rice, and that afternoon, he and his teammates laced up their bright, new running shoes, donations from Germany, before loping along through the corn fields toward a dirt track in the hills.When Biel steps to the line in Rios Olympic Stadium on Aug. 12, he hopes to drop his time to 1:49. Such a vast improvement -- eight seconds over 800 meters -- would border on miraculous. Even so, had Biel run 1:49 at the London Olympics four years ago, he would have finished about 40th out of 52 finishers in the first round. The world record for the 800 is 1:40.91, set by a Kenyan, David Rudisha, at the 2012 Games.Perhaps it doesnt matter how Biel finishes at Rio.Were going there to the Olympics to tell our message, he said. Some people, when you say the word refugee, they think, They are violent. We will show the world that as refugees, we can do anything that a human being can do. Being a refugee is not the end of everything. We will tell that message to other refugees, and it will open doors for them. It will give them hope.For Biel, hope has already taken root. It happened in June, when he was named to the Olympic team.There are two times in my life that Ive cried, he said. When my mother left me and when I was chosen to go to be on the team.Currently, Biel is hoping to find a running sponsor. Visa maybe, or Adidas, he said, only vaguely familiar with the corporate landscape. He also hopes that somehow hell find funds for college. God willing, he says, going to Rio will open a way for me.But what Biel most longs for is a reunion with his parents. At some point, he said, he will go back to his village to look for them, even if that means touching down at the Nasir airstrip for an hour or two to search.I could not stay, he said. 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