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12:38 PM ET TAMPA, Fla. — Ace Davis was warned by his mother that his fourth-grade science fair project last year would come back to haunt him and his father, Chris. It has. The science fair project — one in which Ace raised the question, “Is Tom Brady a Cheater?” based on findings from Deflategate
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11:19 AM ET Days after boxing regulators in Japan announced that professional fights would resume with a card May 2, they reversed course. The Japan Boxing Commission and the Japan Professional Boxing Association met on Monday and decided to cancel all shows until mid-May due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has worsened in Japan. Previously,
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10:52 AM ET Famed orthopedist Dr. James Andrews has made the decision to temporarily suspend performing Tommy John surgeries at his medical facility in Gulf Breeze, Florida, a spokesperson said. “We are not performing any non-urgent or non-emergent procedures, including Tommy John surgery, in compliance with the governor’s executive order,” the spokesperson for the Andrews
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9:34 AM ET In a setback to the resumption of professional sports, the Chinese government issued an order Tuesday delaying the re-start of the Chinese Basketball Association and other group sporting events, according to documents obtained by ESPN. The CBA’s attempts to return to action after being shut down since January is being seen as
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5:49 AM ET The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) said on Tuesday it is working to boost players’ earnings when the sport resumes and may extend the 2020 season. The season was suspended in early March due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving players in the lowest tiers without any opportunity to earn a livelihood. 2 Related
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9:19 PM ET As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bellator said on Monday that it has decided to clear its slate of fights in May. Bellator 242, scheduled for May 9 in San Jose, California, has been postponed, along with Bellator London on May 16 and Bellator 243 on May 29 in Temecula, California,
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8:17 PM ET ESPN News Services The site of the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York is going to be used for 350 temporary hospital beds and to prepare food packages during the coronavirus pandemic. 2 Related U.S. Tennis Association spokesman Chris Widmaier says an area that houses indoor courts at the Billie Jean
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7:22 PM ET NFL Players Association medical director Thom Mayer says he’s optimistic the 2020 season will take place but that the union and the NFL will know a lot more in late May or early June whether playing this season is viable. Mayer discussed the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the NFL during
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12:53 PM ET Despite Dana White’s insistence in recent weeks that the Tony Ferguson vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov fight will go on, increasingly strict travel restrictions and other precautionary measures designed to fight the spread of the coronavirus pandemic appear to have the fight on the brink of cancellation. During an Instagram Live interview on March
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6:59 PM ET Sports venues are an emerging asset in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. From staging grounds to drive-thru testing facilities to makeshift hospitals, the once-empty stadiums have become a bustle of activity again. The Washington Nationals‘ spring facility in West Palm Beach, Florida, is the latest to be turned into a testing
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7:02 PM ET Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Tyler Madden has signed a three-year contract with the Los Angeles Kings. The forward recently completed his sophomore season at Northeastern University before signing Monday with L.A. Madden was originally selected by the Vancouver Canucks in third round of the 2018 draft, but the Kings acquired his
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