What people in the NBA are saying about the Orlando restart and the coronavirus

As the NBA calendar resumes and teams prepare for the conclusion of the season in Orlando, Florida, few franchises have been more representative of the myriad concerns than the Los Angeles Lakers. The West's top seed has faced positive coronavirus test results in the immediate aftermath of the league shutdown, family tragedy and personal decisions on how to participate in a time of intense social unrest. And that's before determining whether or not to play basketball again this season.Guard Avery Bradley opted out -- citing potential COVID-19 concerns for his 6-year-old son and a commitment to strengthen his community --
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‘Something’s got to change’ – How the Vikings are pushing for social justice

Anthony Harris wrestled with the consequences of what he wanted to do versus the potential outcome.The Minnesota Vikings safety was on his way to the grocery store one evening in early June when he noticed a police car driving through his neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia, his offseason home. He thought about pulling over and putting on his flashers to get the officer's attention.Harris wanted to talk. Human to human -- Black man to white police officer -- about the events taking place across the nation. The unrest and activism began after George Floyd was killed while in custody of the
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Andrew Thomas is Prepping for His First NFL Season with Burritos, Zoom Meetings, and Piano Breaks.

Andrew Thomas says his roommates understand the deal: For multiple hours a day, he’s going to be posted up in the dining room area of their apartment, doing Zoom calls with teammates and coaches on the New York Giants.In April, Thomas was selected with the fourth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, and the Giants are hoping their highly-rated rookie will anchor their offensive line for a decade or more. But Thomas, like many other recent draftees, hasn’t even signed a contract—a side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic that has disrupted the traditional NFL offseason schedule. For now he’s
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Swagger’s Fitness Editorial – SWAGGER Magazine

 This week’s Editorial is focusing on all things fitness. COVID has disrupted everyone’s work out routines, some for the better, some for the worst. We have rounded up the highest quality home workout gear, Fitness studios, supplements, and athleisure wear. At Swagger Magazine, our hopes are this roundup invigorates you to keep going or get started again inspired by the best of the best. At HomeOPTPOPTP is a leading provider of innovative physical therapy, fitness and wellness products developed by renowned experts. The Stretch Out Strap® & The Extra-Long Stretch Out Strap®The Stretch Out Strap® delivers the benefits of assisted stretching without
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A Groundhog Day TV Show Is Apparently Being Developed, But Will Bill Murray Be Involved?

All things considered, it would appear that the Groundhog Day TV show would be an extension of the film's world, where Stephen Tobolowsky portrayed the rather aggravating insurance agent Ned Ryerson. (A character that some have theorized is the actual string-puller behind Bill Murray's time loop as Phil Connors.) If Ned is back, that certainly leaves the door open for a return from Murray himself, even if the episodic project might not be wholly focused on Phil again. But could it happen? Source link
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Dodgers sign AJ Ramos to minor league deal – HardballTalk

The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal reported on Thursday evening that the Dodgers signed free agent pitcher AJ Ramos to a minor league contract. He will be added to the Dodgers’ 60-man player pool. Ramos, 33, missed all of last season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum. He last pitched in the majors in 2018 with the Mets, when he logged 19 2/3 innings with a 6.41 ERA, 22 strikeouts, and 15 walks. Prior to the injury, Ramos was consistently reliable for the Marlins. From 2013-17, he posted a 2.86 ERA with 391 strikeouts and 181 walks over 337 innings.
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The People of Volleyball’s First Century, 1895-1995

Karch Kiraly as a youngster. Editor’s note: As we continue to reach into the archives, we found this one from the January 2014 issue of Volleyball magazine. In 1995, the sport of volleyball turned 100, and that September, VBM published a special centennial collector’s edition of the magazine, featuring the top 100 people and events that had shaped the sport up until that point. Since 1995 many things have changed and new players, administrators, and coaches have burst onto the scene, but the people featured in that special edition magazine remain some of the most influential figures in the history
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Why It Was So Important For Kumail Nanjiani To Get Jacked For His Marvel Role

Yeah, I did it for all my people. I'm ripped for Pakistan. It was very significant because it was something that I really, really wanted to do. Now on top of that, there's this other pressure in that I'm the first. But that stuff is a little harder to negotiate, because I can only represent myself. So, I do feel the pressure, but the only way to relieve it is just to have more people have these opportunities. I, one person, cannot represent a whole group of people because all of our experiences and backgrounds are completely different. That said,
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Jim Jones Taps Conway the Machine for “The People” Remix

In the wake of the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent protests that spread across the world, Jim Jones joined a series of artists in putting his thoughts to music with the Harry Fraud-produced “The People.” Now, with even more to get off his chest, Jones has released a remix that features Griselda’s Conway the Machine and Marc Scibilia. Check out the updated version below. Jim Jones Taps Conway the Machine for “The People” Remix was last modified: July 3rd, 2020 by Shake (function ( d, s, id ) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName( s ); if
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Fortnite to host We The People program focused on conversations about race in America

Fortnite’s Party Royale will air an in-game showing of We The People on Saturday, part of a series of conversations around race in America, the company announced Friday. The program, hosted by Van Jones of CNN, will include journalists Elaine Welteroth and Jemele Hill, and musicians Killer Mike and Lil Baby. The group will hold a discussion about systemic racism in media, culture, and entertainment. To watch We The People, launch Fortnite on Saturday morning, and select Battle Royale game mode. Enter the Party Royale playlist and go to the Island’s Big Screen. The event will get underway at 9:46AM
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