Many NBA teams have already secured their playoff spots. Of course, there is some uncertainty over just when the NBA playoffs will take place due to coronavirus suspension.
The NBA regular season is likely over. It remains unknown when the league will return, but with it seeming probable there will be no NBA action until the summer, it's very unlikely we see any more regular season games in the 2019/20 season.
The prospect of a 2020 Major League Baseball season is bleak. COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, has halted all sport in the western world. MLB Spring Training was stopped, the NBA season has been halted, and the Premier League 2019/20 campaign might not get finished. The NHL season is in a similar situation.
Amid league closures and travel bans, the NFL’s offseason has been sport’s leading story over the last week. It has emphatically delivered the drama sports fans craved.
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Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs is getting traded, but it's a question of where he's heading. Diggs has been tweeting all evening about a new future after rumours at the mid-season deadline that he could be on his way out of Minnesota.
The NBA was suspended last week after Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. Donovan Mitchell and Christian Wood have since tested positive too, and reporting from Adrian Wojnarowski suggests the league will be suspended for at least three months.
The Laker Central Podcast reflect on the Lakers' victorious weekend over the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Clippers.
The NBA regular season is heading towards an exciting finale. As we hurtle towards the playoffs, the Western Conference’s eight is still unknown and playoff seeding in the Eastern Conference is crucial as teams look to avoid the Milwaukee Bucks until the Conference Finals.
Our Colorado Rockies preview a year ago was very positive. As the 2020 season nears, the outlook is uncertain and to be blunt, much less uplifting.
The Detroit Tigers lost 114 games last season, only five teams in the Modern Era have lost more games in a single campaign.
Another 2020 MLB season preview, another team deep in a rebuild: It's the Seattle Mariners.
Zion Williamson and LeBron James duelled for the first time this week. The Los Angeles Lakers won the game and James took over, scoring a season-high 40 points.
The Toronto Raptors were in the realm of being written off after Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green departed for pastures new in Los Angeles. Despite being reigning NBA champions, and retaining exciting young talents along with seasoned veterans, the Raps were considered a lower-echelon Eastern Conference team.
Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum has ascended to NBA superstardom. The Celtics' NBA title chances depend on Tatum being the player he's been over the last month.