Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Bound For The Bubble: NBA Details Expectations Upon Return
The league's 113-page guide paints a picture of "extreme caution, with players, coaches and staff members living and playing" together in Orlando.
Sabres' Latest Round Of Firings Made In Effort To Cut Back Costs
Sabres co-Owners Terry and Kim Pegula "cited a lack of communication and philosophical differences" in announcing the decision to fire GM Jason Botterill.
Isles' Future Home In Question Again Following Onexim Announcement
The team's new arena at Belmont Park "remains on schedule to open" in October '21 despite construction being "shut down for two months."
Fox COO: Net In "Early Discussions" On NFL Rights Renewal
In Fox’ former configuration as 21st Century Fox, it paid a reported $1.1B in '11 to re-up with the NFL at the "same time NBC, CBS and ESPN also extended their deals."
NFL, NFLPA Safety Guidelines Ill-Consider Training Camp Return
A source said that the players' union on Monday "told agents there were still no guidelines established for testing protocols."
KeyArena Reopening Expected To Be Delayed To Late Summer 2021
The newly envisioned time frame means that the WNBA Seattle Storm "will have to play at least part of the 2021 season in temporary facilities."
Pro Football HOF Plans On Summer's Events Despite Concerns
Ohio Lt. Gov. John Husted said that the state is in "regular communication with the Hall about its scheduled events and 'alternative plans.'"