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Volume 26 No. 202

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Volume 26 No. 181

MLS, Players Agree On Return-To-Play Plan, Modified CBA

The deal helps avoid a lockout that "had been threatened by MLS, and enables the league to soften the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic."

Details Coming Into Focus For NBA Return, Including October Finals

Several of the teams "considered to be title favorites are internally discussing how to retain some semblance of the home-court advantage."

NFL Tells Teams Not To Travel For Summer Training Camps

Staying at home for training camp will minimize travel and likely lead to easier testing and prevention of COVID-19.

Calls Grow For NFL, Teams To Speak Out More On Social Unrest

As of Tuesday, only about half of the league's teams had "posted at minimum a statement" regarding social injustice.

Ricketts Hopeful On Season As MLB, Union Negotiations Continue

Tom Ricketts said that he is "adamant about wanting to play this season even though ownership contends playing games means losing more money."

Nuggets Coach Malone Wants Meeting With Mayor, Police Reps

A Nuggets spokesperson said that the plan is in the "early stages," but that the goal is to "utilize the players' voices in a constructive fashion."

Sources: Boston College Hires Pat Kraft As AD On Five-Year Deal

Boston College was drawn to Kraft, the sitting Temple AD, in part due to his recent success with the Owls' football program.