With the NBA suspended indefinitely as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Celtics coach Brad Stevens is adjusting to a new normal.
When a close friend texted him Thursday afternoon to propose the idea of a virtual “7th-Inning Stretch,” Red Sox organist Josh Kantor was intrigued and quickly latched on to the concept.
Trevor Zegras is in hockey limbo like everyone else, but he is hoping that signing with the Anaheim Ducks on Friday will serve as motivation until he can get back on the ice.
For the first time in nearly two decades, the Patriots will have a new starting quarterback when the NFL season kicks off in September.
Boston-based footwear company New Balance has begun developing and manufacturing facial masks, in an effort to assist with the high demand for medical supplies amid the coronavirus outbreak.
After spending two weeks in isolation following novel coronavirus testing, all Utah Jazz players and staff, including Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, have been cleared by the Utah Department of Health, the team announced Friday. Gobert and Mitchell previously tested positive for covid-19.
Besides the draft, the other big event on April’s NFL calendar is the release of the regular-season schedule. Teams have known their opponents since late December, but Howard Katz and his scheduling department continue to parse through over 50,000 scenarios pumped out by nearly 1,500 computers across the world.
Kyle Van Noy wasn’t one of those people surprised that Tom Brady left New England to sign with the Buccaneers.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended much, but with a late summer start to the season five months away, the NFL has been one of the few major professional sports leagues to avoid postponing or canceling games.
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