It would’ve been considered impossible even when March began, but we’re living in a temporary reality of no sports.

Even as coronavirus concerns grew, the thinking was the sports would go on with the only difference being that there would be no fans in the country’s arenas and stadiums.

This all changed on March 11, 2020, when Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19 shortly before tipoff of the Jazz’s game at Oklahoma City. That game was promptly canceled, and once the NBA finished up play for that evening, the all-league play was suspended indefinitely.

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Every self-respecting baseball fan will never forget this date – May 28, 1957… For as exactly than the face of New York baseball was forever changed when the Giants and Dodgers—two teams that had been playing in the Big Apple since the late 1800s—abandoned the city for California. To this day, their relocation remains a touchy subject to longtime fans throughout the five boroughs. What drove them to leave town in the first place?

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Kenneth Stanley “Bud” Adams Jr. made many contributions to professional football as an owner and literally changed the landscape of the National Football League forever. At the time of his death in 2013 at age 90 he led all active owners with 409 wins. His long life of dedication to football and footballs fans led to many accomplishments.

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