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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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Yankees’ Kahnle Wants MLB Back Soon

In the middle of April, the NBA Playoffs should just be beginning. The MLB season should be approaching its first month of completion. The NCAA basketball season should have ended and college baseball should be in the middle of the season. Because of the COVID-19 outbreak in the US, all …

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NBA wanting to play before Labor Day

The NBA put their season on hold a month ago after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. Since then,  other sports have also postponed their seasons until further notice. The NBA’s plan Commissioner Adam Silver said decisions made about the season won’t happen until at least the …

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COVID-19: Redick talks NBA season

JJ Redick has been in the league for 14 seasons now. If the playoffs were to start without finishing the regular season, it will be his first time not playing in the NBA Playoffs. NBA Season* After playing his college career at Duke, the 2006 College Player of the Year …

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