Im Kopfhörer ein Korrespontenten-Bericht aus den USA, über Dirk Nowitzki. Ich werde neugierig, gebe ein paar Schlüsselwörter bei Google ein und habe die Stelle, die der Reporter zitiert hat:
Posted on May 23rd, 2011 2:36pm by Zac Crain
Filed under Sports, mythical beasts
Dirk Nowitzki is a rarity. Not just because of his skill set, the shot that Jason Gay wrote “resembles a camp counselor teetering off a canoe,” the way he always seems to find the only possible window to escape from danger, no matter how small, like a teutonic, shabbily elegant Steamboat Bill. Yes, that, too, but also because he is one of the few superstar athletes who has remained with the same team since introduction. As such, he has a history, on the court and off — a relationship. And even among the few others you could name — Kobe Bryant and the Lakers, Tom Brady and the Patriots, Derek Jeter and the Yankees — he probably has the closest ties to his city (and I only say “probably” because dating models and champagne toasts at the NYC club of the moment is a cornerstone of the Jeter wheelhouse; Bryant and Brady have no allegiance).