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More Cases Affect the NBA

The coronavirus is taking the world by storm, with no exception for sports leagues across the nation. The National Basketball Association announced a season hiatus after Utah Jazz all-star center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the virus. The Utah Jazz was about to enter tip-off against the Oklahoma Thunder last …

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Shutting Down: NBA to Close Practice Facilities as Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise

Starting Friday, the NBA is instructing its teams to close all facilities for the foreseeable future. The closure is for both players and staff. Sources: NBA has informed teams that players are allowed to travel out of market, but preference remains that players stay in cities they play. As expected, …

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Coronavirus causes concerns on PGA Tour

What’s the worst thing to spread disease? Tightly packed spaces with people. How do fans watch a golf tournament? In a tightly packed space coming into constant contact with other people. You see where this is going, right? Coronavirus causes concerns in sports yet again. Update on the PGA ESPN …

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Chris Chiozza shining with Nets

Former Gator Chris Chiozza signed to a two-way contract with the Brooklyn Nets in early January this year. Post signing, he played for Brooklyn’s G League team, the Long Island Nets, until being called up for the February 28 matchup against the Atlanta Hawks. After being named to the First …

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First to Worst, Warriors Dynasty ends

Dynasty’s are not meant to last. The torch always gets passed. The Bulls in the ’90s eventually turned into the Lakers in the early 2000s. The Miami Heat and Lebron James eventually gave way to a dominant Warriors dynasty. However, none of those dynasty’s slid so quickly from the top …

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The Toronto Raptors’ 15 Game Winning Streak is the Longest Ever by a Professional Canadian Sports Team

Win Streak After a one-point home loss nearly a month ago, the Toronto Raptors haven’t lost a game since.  Toronto’s 137-126 win Monday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves extends the winning streak to 15. Unfortunately for the Raptors, its 40-14 record is not good enough to be leading the Eastern …

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Fultz Lifts Magic Over Nets

Once holding a 16-point lead, the Orlando Magic struggled to white-knuckle their advantage heading into the fourth quarter. At one point, the Magic were approaching the 10 minute mark without a field goal — it was quite the skid after posting 32 points in the second quarter. The Magic needed …

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NBA Rockets into Challenge with China

Violence and chaos has burdened China all summer long. Tear gas and water cannons are being used to combat protestors rallying for more democracy in China. And now, China’s problems have become the NBA’s problems — minus the tear gas and water cannons. Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong …

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Durant and Irving Team Up in Brooklyn Headlines NBA Free Agency Day 1

The highly-anticipated NBA Free Agency period didn’t disappoint. Several big-name players are on the move. Many faces going to new places. With 40 percent of the league’s players hitting the open market, a ton of movement was a given. Joining Forces Many believed Celtics guard Kyrie Irving and Warriors forward …

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