The legendary player had been hospitalized recently.
Although not feasible now with cases spiking, epidemiologists believe the NBA team—and its owner, Joe Lacob—has provided a sound model for when live events are ready to resume.
Fiercely intimidating on and off the mound, the legendary hurler won 251 games in 17 seasons and won at least 20 games a season five times.
The 31-year-old journeyman went unrecruited out of high school and has had to defy expectations at every turn. Now, he’s reached his first NBA Finals.
The president will force the league’s owners to choose. It should be an easy choice for them—but not the one he wants.
Football is back—and so are concerns about pandemic exposure.
From his pandemic tourney/clubbing to COVID anti-vaxx talk and forming a men’s rights organization, firing a tennis ball into a lineswoman’s throat was just the tip of the iceberg.