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A man in the Quebec town of Chelsea has been reunited with an ice skate he lost years ago thanks to an amazing turn of events. Jeff Meldrum was cleaning out his basement last month when he came across his single Reebok ice skate and decided it was time to give up finding its mate, […]

After COVID-19 forced everyone to step off the hardcourt, the National Basketball League of Canada is ready to get back at it. “The National Basketball League of Canada is excited to return for its 10th season and proud to contribute to the re-build of our communities through the game of basketball,” said Deputy Commissioner Audley […]

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has an interesting theory on how kneeling became one of the signature gestures of the Black Lives Matter movement. “I understand this sense of frustration and restlessness that is driving the Black Lives Matter movement,” Raab said Thursday. However, he quickly went on to prove that he actually doesn’t understand […]

Thanks in part to the Netflix docu-series The Last Dance, there’s been a large focus on the legendary basketball career of Michael Jordan. The recent attention to his NBA career has caused an explosion in the world of sports memorabilia collecting. According to Huggins & Scott Auctions, a ticket stub from Jordan’s NBA debut with the Chicago Bulls from […]

Since there’s no baseball, you might as well put those empty ballparks to good use. As part of the “Uptown Drive-In Experience”, the parking lot outside New York’s Yankee Stadium is going to be converted into a drive-in movie theater this summer. In addition  showing movies, the venue will also house live concerts, car-side dinner […]

To mark the 40th anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon oh Hope, Adidas are releasing sneakers reminiscent of those Fox wore as he ran across Canada in support of cancer research and awareness. The sneaker’s shoelaces will have quotes by Fox on them and the words”Terry Fox” printed alongside the iconic Adidas stripes. Each shoe will also […]

Although the National Hockey League had initially hoped to continue its regular 2019-20 season games following the coronavirus break, the league reportedly is now aiming to hold a 24-team Stanley Cup playoff if the season resumes. According to Yardbarker, both Elliote Friedman of Sportsnet and Larry Brooks of the New York Post have reported on […]

Joe Exotic’s looking less exotic these days, as Bloomberg reports that ESPN’s The Last Dance has overtaken Tiger King as the world’s most popular docuseries. ESPN’s look at Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls has already become that network’s most-watched documentary of all time; outside of the U.S., The Last Dance is available for streaming on Netflix, […]

Sorry, sports fans: Dr. Anthony Fauci tells The New York Times that some of you may not get to see your favorite players and teams compete until at least 2021. “Safety, for the players and for the fans, trumps everything,” Fauci says. “If you can’t guarantee safety, then unfortunately you’re going to have to bite the bullet […]

The St. John’s Edge are prematurely finished for the season as the National Basketball League has scraped the remainder of the 2019/20 season amid the current COVID-19 pandemic. The league announced the cancellation via social media, outlining that the decision came after a unanimous vote among its board of governors. “Our owners, management, support staff, […]



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