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Nike boss says he murdered 18-year-old while in teen gang

PORTLAND, Ore. - Former Portland Trail Blazers president and current Nike executive Larry Miller has admitted that he killed a teen when he was in a gang more than 50 years ago. Miller, now 72, revealed the long-guarded secret in an exclusive interview with Sports Illustrated published Wednesday. He described his decision to come clean about his past as "really difficult." "Because for years, I ran from this," Miller said.

"I tried to hide this and hope that people didn’t find out about it." Miller even kept the secret from powerful friends like Michael Jordan and NBA commissioner Adam Silver. He said he decided to go public ahead of his forthcoming book, "Jump: My Secret Journey From the Streets to the Boardroom," set for release next

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PORTLAND, Ore. - Former Portland Trail Blazers president and current Nike executive Larry Miller has admitted that he killed a teen when he was in a gang more than 50 years ago. Miller, now 72, revealed the long-guarded secret in an exclusive interview with Sports Illustrated published Wednesday. He described his decision to come clean about his past as "really difficult." "Because for years, I ran from this," Miller said.
PORTLAND, Ore. - A herd of elephants got to smash massive pumpkins this week at the Oregon Zoo, a fall activity held each year to usher in Halloween. The Oregon Zoo’s 23rd annual "Squishing of the Squash" event was held Thursday in which some of the world’s largest land animals pulverized the area’s largest pumpkins. The zoo said physical distancing and restrictions on large gatherings due to the coronavirus pandemic meant the event couldn’t be held in public this year, but that didn’t stop the giant animals from having some fun.

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