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This year’s draft crop has a handful of potential franchise-altering talents, led by Arizona center Deandre Ayton, Duke forward Marvin Bagley III and Euro phenom Luka Doncic.
Yesterday, American skiing phenom Mikaela Shiffrin won gold in the giant slalom event.
The 23-year old phenom throws 100-miles an hour as a pitcher and sprays the ball all over the park as a hitter.
Embiid finished with 19 points and eight rebounds, while rookie phenom Ben Simmons added 12 points and 15 assists.
After back-to-back 1080s in the halfpipe final, American snowboarding phenom Chloe Kim took home the gold!
Miyashiro began a slow but purposeful signing spree, enlisting rising acts such as the noisy South Korean rap phenom Keith Ape and Higher Brothers, the latter of whom is arguably the most talked-about rap group in the world's most populous country.
The look is born from a sense of belonging, contentment and achievement the one-time phenom from the Orlando area had not felt in some time.
And then there are the gold medal hopefuls, like Nathan Chen, the American ice skating prodigy who may seek to land five quad jumps in competition, and Chloe Kim, the teenage Korean-American snowboarding phenom.
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Definition of phenom for English Language Learners
: a person who is very good at doing something (such as a sport)
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