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‘Last Dance’ is small window into New York sports pain
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Oh yes, I am going to watch “The Last Dance,” starting Sunday night on ESPN, the 71-part (actually 10), 213-hour (again, actually, 10) documentary that will chronicle the 1997-98 Bulls and is expected to be among the most detailed, incisive and fascinating sports documentaries of all time. I am quite sure many sports fans in […]

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With Pro Sports Paused, a Women’s Hockey League Expands – The New York Times
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The move not only comes at a curious time, but also highlights a philosophical rift within the sport over how best to grow women’s professional hockey as a sustainable business. The N.W.H.L.’s entry into Canada’s largest market creates a bevy of new opportunities for players, staff and fans, even if its business model isn’t supported […]

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California and Texas announce pro sports could return without fans at the end of the month, and New York is not far behind
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Texas and California are targeting June to resume live and professional sports, as states look to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo also suggested he’d like to see pro sports return, though he did not give a specific date. The announcements come as some leagues have discussed return dates, while others […]

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California and Texas announce pro sports could return without fans at the end of the month, and New York is not far behind, Business Insider – Business Insider Singapore
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Texas and California are targeting June to resume live and professional sports, as states look to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo also suggested he’d like to see pro sports return, though he did not give a specific date. The announcements come as some leagues have discussed return dates, while others […]

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Why Disgusted New York Giants And Detroit Lions Fans Deserve Hated Draft Night Picks – The Tribe Sports | Philosophical Sports Commentary
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By Michael JamesThe Tribe Sports On days like today, in the aftermath of another first round NFL draft, cliches are useful to prove a point. The appropriate one here is the old adage about the definition of insanity being the act of doing the same thing and expecting a different result. That said, if you […]

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CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora believes New York Giants will draft Mekhi Becton
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CBS Sports reporter Jason La Canfora believes the New York Giants will select Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton in the first round. Draft for need? Draft the best player available? The argument between the two aforementioned questions is the major discussion looming over Dave Gettleman and the New York Giants. Do they go the former […]

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NY Governor Cuomo to allow sports to return to New York
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On Saturday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stated that sports could return to New York without fans. “If you can do it without a crowd, great,” said the longtime governor. He also said that in terms of the Yankees and Mets playing: “when you look at the risk-reward, there’s a lot of reward with minimal […]

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Jessica Mendoza’s New York Mets gig, and other maddening sports puzzles
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Since I was a kid, I’ve been asking, “How come?” Until I hit, oh, 13, the answer was the same: “Because I said so.” Now? That’s a logical answer compared with none at all. So, how come? How come the Mets, from Bernie Madoff to Jessica Mendoza, hire those with divided interests? Mendoza will remain […]

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