Karl-Anthony Towns shared how coronavirus has affected him in a tearful video on March 24. The NBA center said both his parents recently fell ill with COVID-19 symptoms. His dad is in quarantine, while his mom remains hospitalized.
In the wake of the ever-growing coronavirus threat, the sports world has made some tough decisions to deal with this pandemic. Now, the 146th Race For The Roses won’t happen until the summer’s practically over.
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus on March 12 — less than 24 hours after teammate Rudy Gobert tested positive for the virus. Learn more about Donovan and nexts steps within the NBA.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, NBA stars like LeBron James and Steph Curry are breaking their silence and telling fans to ‘stay safe’ and ‘protect yourself’ after their season was suspended indefinitely.
James Harden responded to Giannis Anteokounmpo’s ‘joke’ (or jab) that he didn’t draft him to his NBA All-Star team in early Feb. because Harden doesn’t pass. Harden admittedly missed the joke, and just responded with a savage comeback.
After 19 years as one of the greatest players in the game, Maria Sharapova has announced that she’s leaving pro tennis. As she retires from the sport she dominated for decades, learn more about Maria and her career.