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NBA commissioner Adam Silver talks league innovation

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver talks innovation for the league, player movement and New York Mayor Eric Adams possible reevaluation of the vaccine mandate. NBA IN-SEASON TOURNAMENT  Silver, on Wednesday, discussed potential new traditions on the horizon for the NBA. Taking a page from European soccer leagues, a midseason NBA tournament …

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Billy Donovan Ready for Chicago Challenge

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UF men’s basketball coaching legend Billy Donovan signed a four-year, $24 million contract to become the Chicago Bulls new head coach last month. Early Career Over the last five seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Donovan accumulated a 243-157 record. Donovan now looks to lead the Bulls to their first playoff …

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NBA COVID Troubles as Return Starts

The good news: the NBA is on track to start the season on July 30. The bad news: the COVID-19 is still an issue. While there are no protocols to stop the season, NBA commissioner Adam Silver admitted that COVID-19 is problematic. Decisions going forward could be tricky. This return …

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New Concerns Arise for NBA

There will be NBA basketball. But will all the players be there as well? That’s been the question these last few days surrounding the NBA. The league expects to resume its season in Orlando at Disney’s World Wide of Sports Complex at the end of July. But ongoing COVID-19 concerns …

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NBA set to return July 31 At Disney

After months of talks and negotiations, NBA owners voted almost unanimously to approve a plan to resume the season on July 31 in Orlando. The only team to vote “no” was the Portland Trailblazers. There will be a conference call today with each team’s representative to approve the plan from …

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Still No Definite Plans for NBA Return

Once sports started getting cancelled mid-March due to the coronavirus, many organizations set a date of return. Sports organizations were hopeful to finish their seasons or for some cases, to start them. But as we reached these return dates, many, if not all, had to be extended. One of the …

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