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Stephon Marbury Talks Basketball and the Impact of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted sports across the world. Leagues are canceling their seasons, and most athletes are without a job, at least for the moment. Although it’s still unknown when leagues will continue their seasons, athletes like ex-NBA player, Stephon Marbury, are stepping up and doing what they can …

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NFL Ratifies New CBA

At a time when the world is in a sports drought, the NFL is keeping things afloat. The NFL players and the NFLPA came to terms on a new CBA. The vote was close: ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports only 51.5 percent of voters said yes. 51.5 vs 48.5 % – that …

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CBA Vote Looms Over NFL

In the month since Super Bowl LIV, the NFL world has been nothing short of quiet. First, there’s the raging debate over Tom Brady’s future– will he stay with the Patriots or go elsewhere? But more pressing right now is the upcoming vote on the league’s Collective Bargaining Agreement. The …

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New CBA Would Expand NFL Regular Season, Playoffs

On Wednesday night, Adam Schefter dropped a Twitter bomb on NFL fans. Schefter announced that the league is currently on track to expand the playoffs to seven teams per conference: NFL playoff structure is about to be changed. Under the current CBA proposal, seven teams from each conference will make …

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