By Harvey Hoffman NBA owners vote today to approve a plan to restart the season with 22 teams in Orlando. No plan has been formally proposed, and one
George Floyd protests: WNBA legend Cheryl Reeve, N.J. native, shares devastation from Minneapolis | ‘TV didn’t do it justice’ - nj.com
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Cheryl Reeve, a New Jersey native who has coached the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx for a decade, opens up on how the killing of George Floyd has affected her adopted city and her life.
Sixers podcast: Tobias Harris, Ben Simmons have every right to speak their minds about social issues
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Keith Pompey and Heart Of Sports 610 ESPN co-host Jeff Cohen praise Simmons and Harris for speaking out.
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With one welcome blast of overdue affirmation Thursday, the NBA's governors effectively will bring back two of the most alluring charms of basketball.
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The NBA nearly has its playoff plan, which could create some crazy scenarios for fans of the NBA and NFL. By Adam Hermann
NBA championship odds: Lakers, Bucks emerge as favorites in 22-team field playing at Disney World - CBSSports.com
by: Sam Quinn Jun 3, 2020 at 5:34 pm ET • 2 min read — CBS Sports 12h
Eight teams are out, but 22 remain as the NBA moves toward restarting the season in Orlando
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The circumstances may not look traditional, but there is plenty of reason to believe that the end result can and will stand.
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The NBA appears set to return at some point later this summer, and the proposal is taking shape. Reports from Shams Charania of The Athletic and Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN suggest the league will hold a vote on Thursday, June 3rd on a 22-team format...
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Coming out in a string of tweets from NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the NBA has revealed a new proposed plan for returning to action.
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The death of George Floyd has sparked outrage across the nation, and many professional athletes are beginning to condemn and combat racism and police brutality in various ways.
Sixers Forward Tobias Harris Pens Piece For Players’ Tribune On George Floyd Protests: ‘Y’all Hear Us, But You Ain’t Listening’
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The Sixers forward is continuing to use his voice to speak out about police brutality and racism writing a column for The Players' Tribune.
Cop calls Michael Kay Show, suggests racism due to no Black hosts, told he’s ‘full of crap’ - nj.com
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ESPN "is run so beautifully and so great and it's so inclusive," Michael Kay sounded off after a caller claiming to be a police officer brought up his show not having any black or Latino hosts since it originated in 2002.
A single atta boy or atta girl really makes a journalist’s day. This guy!!! You win the completely valueless prize of favorite reader of the day. There’s no money in it and almost certainly no pride 😂 But seriously, I appreciate you giving me the chance to earn your respect@NBASarah Just have to say... Love your writing. You've quickly gained my respect for the high quality articles you write that covers all angles in a non biased way. Jazz nation is lucky to have you on the beat.Beat Writer / Columnist
RT @Lakergrrrl: The fact that people are out marching should only go to reemphasize the severity of the issue because it is being done AT VERY GREAT RISK. It should hammer home the URGENCY, not make you take potshots at the expense of people, some of whom have been hit hardest. Do better. https://t.co/k3Q64z0ZdZBeat Writer / Columnist
The reality is we have all been given the opportunity to make the world better. For me, in small ways, in leveraging a platform that my job provides. If we all make a small difference it will add up. The only disgrace would be in sticking to sports. #BLMOwner / Front Office
RT @DaveSholler: I will not “stick to sports” & none of us in this industry should either. Sports have the power to drive change. When I die, I don’t want people to say “well, he worked at UFC and in the NBA.” I want to stand for something. That something is respect. Equality. Positive change.Owner / Front Office
Under this scenario, the #Sixers’ 8 games will be against the Pacers, Wizards, Raptors, Suns, Blazers, Rockets, Wizards and Magic.The plan is for teams to continue their schedule as planned, with the next 8 games. If team is scheduled to play Hawks/Bulls/Pistons, it moves onto the next game on schedule, league sources tell Yahoo SportsBeat Writer / Columnist
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