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MLS players agree to salary cuts, possible tournament

The Major League Soccer Players Association voted to approve economic concessions for this season, including across-the-board salary cuts, while also agreeing to play in a proposed summer tournament in Orlando, Florida. Read more

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                                Von Miller
Will athletes who had the coronavirus ever be the same?

It was the end of March, and Josh Fiske, a urologist from Livingston, New Jersey, was in the hospital fighting an uphill battle against the coronavirus. Just a week earlier, he had easily jogged a 5-mile route around his neighborhood. But his body was failing him now. Read more

NRL VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Marata Niukore, center, of the Parramatta Eels reaches out to score a try against the Brisbane Broncos as the National Rugby League resumes play on Thursday in Brisbane, Australia.
Some feel-good moments as rugby league returns in Australia

The losing captain thanked the winning team’s players for their personal sacrifices leading into the match. A charter flight pilot received a big round of applause when his plane beat incoming fog to touch down after midnight following another game. Read more

NEW YORK TIMES / 1988
                                Eddie Sutton during a practice at the University of Kentucky in 1988. Sutton, who coached major college basketball teams to a total of 806 victories in a career spanning 37 seasons and became the first coach to take four schools to the NCAA Division I championship tournament, died on Saturday at his home in North Tulsa, Okla., a month after his election to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. He was 84.
Eddie Sutton, 84, winning basketball coach at 4 NCAA schools, dies

Sutton coached Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky and Oklahoma State to a total of 26 NCAA championship tournaments and reached the Final Four three times — with Arkansas in 1978 and Oklahoma State, his alma mater, in 1995 and 2004. Several other coaches have since led four or more schools to the tournament. Read more

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