One of the best moments of any game are those that immediately follow the end, when players who have competed furiously until the end meet their opponents and greet each other often in genuine friendship. The game may be over and one team is thrilled while the other is often bitterly disappointed, but this does not stop the human exchanges of admiration and appreciation of a worthy opponent. John Wooden told his players that those in the stands should not be able to tell whether his team had won or lost by the way they handled themselves. We do not know James Harden but we read that he left the court immediately after his game seven loss and went to the locker room. We hope that he regrets that choice, but it is a reminder to all of us of the importance of sportsmanship and grace in winning or losing. What are the examples of good and poor sportsmanship that you can think of?