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People who long to start again in their respective sports should look to the example set by the vast majority of those who have done so.
They’re doing the right things, and they are reaping the rewards.
"I definitely (want to continue playing basketball), but with everything going on, it's questionable that there will even be basketball," come the 2020-21 season, said Hancock College sophomore Milan McGary.
Not surprisingly, when it comes to the sports slated to make a return, there is already some disconnect between the suits, who will be sequestered in their offices, luxury boxes or wherever, and the ones who will actually be putting themselves out there, the players.
After 61-plus years on the planet, I am still not sure of many things. I am certain of this though: A lot of people will be paying attention to what goes on as the NASCAR re-start progresses, and racing is not the only reason why.
How many more will follow in his steps? Is this the new normal?
I say not. The pay is great. The initial exposure, at least for Green, holds incredible weight.
In and around the NBA, there's enthusiasm to pick up a basketball and move toward the conclusion of the 2019-20 season - a conclusion that could settle debates about the Lakers and the Clippers, about LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo, about the long-term feasibility of the Philadelphia 76ers and the promise of the Boston Celtics. Inside of front offices, there's enthusiasm to find out ...
It's almost mid-April. We've had no March Madness, no Opening Day and the NBA playoffs are in peril. The Olympics are postponed.
In this file photo, Dwayn Wade and Udonis Haslem rap to begin the Dwyane Wade Legacy Celebration, Friday, February 21, 2020, at AmericanAirlines Arena. Wade recently said "people think its easy to bring 15 guys together and win a championship and play as a team. Right now, we're asking the whole country to play as a team. You see how hard it is."
In this file photo, Dwayn Wade and Udonis Haslem rap to begin the Dwyane Wade Legacy Celebration, Friday, February 21, 2020, at AmericanAirlin…