The Impact of COVID on the Women’s Game

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With the new variant Omicron, COVID is a significant issue that deserves public attention. Displaying the impact of COVID on the Women’s game, are at least four ranked teams whose next games are canceled. UCONN has their upcoming with Marquette canceled, Stanford’s game with Washington on Friday is also canceled, Iowa’s next game is canceled, […] READ MORE


The NBA’s Plan for COVID

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The NBA is nearly in the same position it found itself two years ago. COVID seems to have broken through whatever protection protocols are in place and the NBA’s plan for COVID needs to adjust to handle the changing variants. Omicron has likely been a huge hurdle for teams to handle. It spreads at a […] READ MORE


New Mexico Lobos and New Mexico State Aggies Can Finally Come Home

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The wait is over. New Mexico and New Mexico State’s men’s and women’s basketball programs can return to the ‘Land of Enchantment’. Both schools haven’t played college basketball in the state of New Mexico since mid-November. New Mexico and New Mexico State Return Home… Finally On Tuesday, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced an […] READ MORE



Is a Postponement Coming for the NBA?

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The bad news just keeps coming in the NBA. On Sunday, the NBA postponed the Boston Celtics–Miami Heat game due to the Celtics not having enough eligible players. Then the news came this morning that the New Orleans Pelicans–Dallas Mavericks game is postponed. The Boston-Chicago Bulls game is also postponed due to more issues with […] READ MORE


The Toronto Raptors Will Play in Tampa, Florida

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It is official. The Toronto Raptors will play in Tampa, Florida. This news comes after several levels of the Canadian government were not able to make an agreement because of COVID-19 concerns. The issue is the travel between the United States of America and Canada. Tampa, Florida Will Be the New Home of the Toronto […] READ MORE


The Success of the NBA Bubble

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The strange 2020 NBA season culminated in LeBron James returning the Los Angeles Lakers to basketball prominence. Obviously, the NBA faced significant challenges to finish this season. We all know the league chose to pause in March during the Covid-19 outbreak, resulting in nearly four months without basketball. The NBA and Commissioner Adam Silver decided […] READ MORE


Revised 2020 NCAA Basketball Start Date

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While the NFL, NHL, NBA, and college football are in full swing, college basketball remains in limbo. The college basketball season typically begins in early November which is about six weeks from today. However, with all of the changes brought on by COVID-19, the NCAA had to adjust just like the rest of the world. […] READ MORE


The College Basketball Non-Conference Bubble Idea

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The COVID-19 pandemic halted the sports world back in March. This included the cancellation of one of the greatest sports events of the year, March Madness. Now, sports leagues across the country are trying to figure out how to resume play, including the NCAA. Many conferences have already begun postponing fall sports, and football has […] READ MORE


Russell Westbrook Tests Positive for COVID-19

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Houston Rockets guard Russell Westbrook has tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the NBA restart in Orlando. Westbrook released a statement Monday morning stating he tested positive for the virus prior to leaving for Orlando. Russell Westbrook Latest NBA Star to Test Positive for Coronavirus The Orlando bubble is off to a great start. Not […] READ MORE