By Ronald Blum
AP Sports Writer
SAO PAULO — The 4,080-mile overnight flight to Sao Paulo was easy for the U.S. World Cup team.
A 4-mile bus ride from its base hotel through the city’s perpetually congested streets to the Americans’ training camp was another matter.
“We haven’t had any problem, other than the traffic. But other than that, not too bad,” goalkeeper Tim Howard said Monday after the Americans arrived in Brazil exactly one week before their World Cup opener against Ghana.
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