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While the NBA expects positive COVID-19 cases throughout the 2020-21 season, league sources told ESPN there isn't a specific number of positive cases or a precise scenario that could cause a game to be canceled or postponed.

Players and everyone else who will be spending up to two months inside the "bubble" — including hotel staff, bus drivers and arena workers — will have no other choice but to get accustomed to the new reality if the NHL hopes to complete its most unique season. Once games resume, they will be played in empty arenas, with as many as three games played per day at each site, and with the Stanley Cup awarded in late September at the earliest. There is no guarantee the league will be able to pull it off.

Silas said he did not know whether Harden had returned to Houston. Harden posted pictures on Instagram over the weekend of him attending rapper Lil Baby's birthday party in Atlanta, and videos and pictures of Harden hanging out in Las Vegas nightclubs have circulated on social media in the past couple of days.Atlanta Hawks Face Masks

"At the end of the day, [Gores'] business stands in complete tension with the notion that Black Lives Matter, and that's something he has to reckon with," said Bianca Tylek, founder and executive director of Worth Rises, the New York-based nonprofit that paid for Sunday's newspaper advertisement.

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Critics of Securus have long complained that the charges, which are legal and sanctioned in contracts with local governments, exploit inmates and their families, who are often poor and minorities.Boston Celtics Face Masks

Ty Lue said he plans on utilizing Kawhi Leonard like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant by employing some triangle sets for the LA Clippers.

"It's something you've got to deal with,'' Miami Heat guard and National Basketball Players Association vice president Andre Iguodala said Sunday when told of the Blazers' situation -- the first facility shutdown in the league since teams began gathering last week. "Hope for the best but prepare for the worst and see what happens from there.''San Antonio Spurs Face Masks

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"So, it's good for him. We're excited to have him here. I know he's excited to be here. And he's a champion. You deserve it. I'm glad that the Lakers were able to work something out with him to be able to allow him to just go out there and play and not worry about contracts for the rest of the season."Minnesota Timberwolves Face Masks
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