Month: August 2020

5:44 PM ET Andrew LopezESPN San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked before Tuesday afternoon’s game what he would tell someone if they told him a month ago that his team could go 6-2 in the NBA’s restart and possibly make the playoffs. “I would have had them drug-tested,” Popovich deadpanned. San Antonio was
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Big Ten conference presidents and chancellors voted Tuesday to postpone all fall sports seasons, including football, amid the coronavirus pandemic with the hopes of playing in the spring. Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren told ESPN on Tuesday evening that when the conference released its schedule only six days ago, he reiterated the season might not
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MUMBAI — The 2021 Australian Open could be moved to later in the year due to COVID-19 but tournament director Craig Tiley told Reuters that organisers are confident of hosting the Grand Slam tennis event in its usual January slot with full prize money and fans in the stands. Melbourne is in the midst of
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The numbers stand out more than they normally would after 16 Major League Baseball games — for reasons we are all too familiar with that involved banging garbage cans and other Houston Astros-related nonsense in 2017 and into the 2018 season: Jose Altuve: .183George Springer: .182Alex Bregman: .224 Those were the batting averages for three
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