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Dr. Fauci, Stephen Curry discuss sports’ return after coronavirus outbreak

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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease who is helping spearhead the White House Coronavirus Task Force, discussed the outbreak in an interview on Instagram Live Thursday.

Curry asked his own questions along with some from fans, attempting to separate fact from fiction about the coronavirus.

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The NBA champion sharpshooter asked at least one question on any sports fan’s mind: When does he believe sporting events and large gatherings could continue? The NBA was shut down after one player contracted the coronavirus.

“What you need to see is the trajectory curve starting to come down,” Fauci told Curry, adding that China and South Korea are on the other end of the curve while certain places in Europe have yet to peak.

“We can start thinking about some degree of normality when the country as a whole has turned that corner and starts going down, so you can pinpoint cases instead of getting overwhelmed like New York City,” Fauci said.

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Curry asked whether extreme restrictions, like shelter-in-place orders or heavy social distancing, were overreactions.

Fauci was clear: “This is serious business, we are not overreacting.”

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The two spent 20 minutes talking about the virus. About 50,000 people watched the interview, with President Barack Obama and singer Justin Bieber chiming in.

As of Thursday afternoon, worldwide coronavirus cases topped 500,000. New York state had the most cases in the nation with at least 33,000 confirmed cases and at least 360 deaths.

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Karl-Anthony Towns’ father ‘recovering well’ after coronavirus diagnosis, agent says

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An agent for Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns on Wednesday gave a promising update on the center’s father, Karl Towns Sr., who was diagnosed with coronavirus.

Jessica Holtz told ESPN that Karl Towns Sr. was “recovering well” while in quarantine.

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Karl-Anthony Towns revealed in a video Tuesday that his mother, Jacqueline Cruz, was in a medically induced coma and was on a ventilator while she was battling what he and his family believed was COVID-19. The team later confirmed that Cruz was diagnosed with the coronavirus.

Towns said Tuesday his father had also tested positive for the virus.

He released a six-minute video urging fans and his followers to take the virus seriously.

CELTICS’ ENES KANTER WAS WORRIED ABOUT CORONAVIRUS CONTRACTION AFTER NBA’S SEASON SUSPENSION

“I think it’s important that everyone understands the severity of what’s happening in the world right now with the coronavirus, and I think where my life is right now could help, so I decided to do this video and give you an update of where I’m at,” Towns said.

“I was told early last week my parents weren’t feeling well. My first reaction to her was to go seek medical attention immediately. There’s no reason to wait, just go to the nearest hospital. And after a couple days of not showing any signs of improvement, I was very adamant on the first day to go to a hospital and seek further evaluation.”

“Specifically, my sister told her she needs to get checked for corona. I don’t think anyone really understood what it was, with deteriorating condition. She kept getting worse, she kept getting worse, and the hospital was doing everything they can.

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“She just wasn’t getting better. Her fever was never cutting from 103, maybe go down to 101.9 with the meds, and then immediately spike back up during the night. She was very uncomfortable. Her lungs were getting worse, her cough was getting worse. She was deteriorating. She was deteriorating — and we always felt that the next medicine would help. This is the one that’s going to get it done. This mixture is going to get it done.”

Towns said he and his family assumed his mother had come down with COVID-19 because of her symptoms. He said she started to feel better before her health started to deteriorate further.

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“She was feeling great,” Towns said. “We talked, and she felt she turned the corner; I felt she was turning the corner. I knew there was more days to come, but I felt that we were heading in the right direction. They said that she went sideways and things had went sideways quick. And her lungs were extremely getting worse, and she was having trouble breathing and they were just explaining to me that she had to be put on a ventilator. And she was getting worse, and she was confused by everything, and I’m trying to talk to her about everything and encourage and stay positive, just talk through everything with her.”

Towns said he was asked to make the video to make sure people know that the virus is real.

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“This disease needs to not be taken lightly,” he said. “Please protect your families, your loved ones, your friends, yourself. Practice social distancing. Please don’t be in places with a lot of people; it just heightens your chances of getting this disease and this disease … it’s deadly. It’s deadly. And we’re going to keep fighting on my side, me and my family, we’re going to keep fighting this. We’re going to beat it; we’re going to win.”

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NHL postpones three events due to coronavirus’ impact

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The NHL announced Wednesday it postponed three events slated for June because of the growing uncertainty around the impact the coronavirus will have on the league.

The league said in a news release the 2020 NHL Scouting Combine, the 2020 Bridgestone NHL Awards and the 2020 NHL Draft would be postponed.

The combine was set to take place in Buffalo, N.Y., June 1-6; the awards were to be held in Las Vegas on June 18; and the draft in Montreal on June 26-27.

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“The location, timing, and format of the 2020 NHL Draft (and Draft Lottery) will be announced when details are finalized,” the league said.

“With respect to the Bridgestone NHL Awards, the League looks forward to returning to Las Vegas in the future. Las Vegas has been the home of the Bridgestone NHL Awards since 2009.”

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The NHL has not introduced a timeline as to when teams would return to the ice. The league suspended its season after seeing how the coronavirus impacted the NBA.

CANADIAN HOCKEY LEAGUE CANCELS PLAYOFFS WHILE NHL HAS YET TO GIVE TIMELINE ON POSSIBLE RETURN

Dr. Winne Meeuwisse, the league’s chief medical officer, said Wednesday he expected the coronavirus to get worse before it gets better in North America.

The virus is “really just entering the rapid acceleration phase, certainly in North America,” he said. “We want to be doing our part to not only protect our players but also our staff and our fans as the disease unfolds. It’s difficult to predict where the pandemic is going and what the timeline will be.”

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Players have been told to self-isolate until at least April 4. Two Ottawa Senators players have appeared to be the only NHL-connected people to have tested positive for the virus.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Real Madrid star Luka Jovic under fire for breaking coronavirus quarantine to see girlfriend in Serbia

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Real Madrid soccer star Luka Jovic came under fire for breaking coronavirus quarantine in Spain to see his pregnant girlfriend last week in Serbia.

Jovic and rest of his Real Madrid teammates were advised to stay in isolation for two weeks earlier in the month after a Real Madrid basketball player tested positive for COVID-19, according to TMZ Sports.

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Jovic admitted Saturday he broke the rules and returned to his home country. He initially claimed that he wasn’t given the “correct instructions” regarding the quarantine rules before returning to Serbia, but owned up to the fact that it was on him to be more responsible.

“I broke the isolation because I was not aware of the rules. I know it is hard to believe, but it is true,” he told AS.

“In the country where I come from, and even in Italy, as far as we can see on the Internet, anyone in quarantine can get out throwing trash once a day, going to a pharmacy or a store. I thought the same rules applied here. It’s my fault for not doing better research, but I think it’s important that they explain the conditions correctly, especially for people who come from abroad.

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“My intention was not to blame the authorities for my ignorance, I was aware that I was isolating myself, for which there is a document that proves it. My ignorance was that I did not know how I should behave in isolation. Once again I insist that it was because of the conditions I came from.”

Jovic added he had tested negative for coronavirus twice.

Serbian President Aleksander Vucic has said if Jovic, or Serbian soccer player Nikola Ninkovic, breaks quarantine in Serbia they would be arrested.

“One of them [Ninkovic] is in a hotel and the other [Jovic] is in his apartment,” Vucic said last week, according to ESPN. “If either of them leaves those places, they will be arrested. I think the two of them regret what they have done, but I’ll make it clear to them that people’s lives are much more important than their millions. Despite all that, we’re not going to crucify anyone.”

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Jovic is dating Sofija Milosevic, 29. The two announced on Instagram they would be having a baby.

Spain has at least 49,515 confirmed coronavirus cases and at least 3,169 deaths. In Serbia, there have been roughly 300 reported cases and at least three deaths.

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NFL general managers urge league to push draft date back over coronavirus’ impact: report

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The NFL and its general managers are reportedly in a skirmish over whether to reschedule the draft amid the coronavirus pandemic, which makes team physicals and scouting difficult.

A general manager subcommittee voted Tuesday to recommend Commissioner Roger Goodell to move the draft from its scheduled dates, which are April 23 to April 25, ESPN reported.

NFL TO MAKE CHANGES TO DRAFT PROCESS AS LEAGUE MOVES ON FROM VEGAS OVER CORONAVIRUS: REPORT

General managers are reportedly concerned there won’t be enough time to gather information about prospects before the draft because of safety precautions surrounding physicals and workouts due to the pandemic. The league has moved back only one league meeting and canceled public, draft-related events in Las Vegas.

Some team officials argued that it would put them at a disadvantage since some facilities are open for workouts and a handful of states are locked down, ESPN reported.

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“I think a lot of owners aren’t sold on keeping it on schedule,” a league source told the media outlet. “Of course, the power owners are calling the shots. Plus, add to the fact that April is going to be the toughest month with this virus. It’s really a poor look,” the source added.

The league already is set to make drastic changes to the selection process. Instead, the draft is expected to be conducted from inside a television studio, and it will not be in Las Vegas at all, according to the Los Angeles Times. The exact location of the studio is unknown.

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With teams already banning travel for personnel ahead of the draft, it’s unlikely all 32 would risk exposing themselves to the coronavirus. So far, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is the only member of the NFL community to test positive for the virus.

Fox News’ Daniel Canova contributed to this report.

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WNBA player reveals she had ‘unknown virus’ while playing in China during coronavirus outbreak

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A WNBA player revealed Monday she was battling what is now known as the coronavirus while she was in China playing basketball in December.

Theresa Plaisance, who plays for the Connecticut Sun, told WTNH-TV she started to show symptoms of the coronavirus late last year while playing overseas. She said she was diagnosed with pneumonia and an “unknown virus” and had to recover at a Chinese hospital.

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Theresa Plaisance was battling an “unknown virus” while playing in China. (Photo by Brian Babineau/NBAE via Getty Images)

“I was just extremely weak, and my fever was really high and everything that went with that — body ache, chills, headache,” Plaisance told the station. “When I was getting wheel-chaired into the hospital, I almost started crying because I was just that miserable and that much in pain. I was so sick I didn’t even care what they were giving me; I was like whatever you got, give it to me.”

She added: “The Chinese hospitals are a lot different than hospitals we have here; they’re not very clean. They wheel-chaired me into a room and a woman got out of the bed and they said, ‘you lay here’ and I said, ‘you’re not gonna change the sheets?’ And they were like, ‘no,’ and I’m like, ‘I’m not lying down. I don’t care how sick I feel; I’m not lying in this bed. Finally, they got me a room that no one uses, and they put me in that room.”

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Plaisance said she had a fever for about three days and after the fever broke she was back to playing basketball.

According to Asia-Basket, Plaisance was playing for the Shaanxi Red Wolves of the Women’s Chinese Basketball Association during the WNBA’s off-season. The team is based in Weinan, China, located about 480 miles north of Wuhan where the coronavirus outbreak was first detected last year.

The basketball league has since suspended play.

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Plaisance has said she’s feeling better. According to the Connecticut Post, Plaisance is quarantined at her New Orleans home.

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Coronavirus outbreak could force NBA to permanently change schedule, Adam Silver suggests

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After the NBA suspended the season last week following a Utah Jazz player testing positive for coronavirus, there has been no official indication as to when the season will return.

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver told ESPN on Wednesday the pandemic may have altered the league’s calendar permanently.

SILVER SAYS NBA WILL CONSIDER MANY IDEAS IF PLAY CAN RESUME

“Possibly,” Silver said when asked whether next season’s start date could be around Christmas. “Those are things we’re always talking about, whether they’re executives at your company, ESPN, or at Warner Media, together with our regional sports networks.

“I will say the conventional media calendar has changed so much certainly since I got into this business. Primetime means something very different than they used to, now that people essentially carry around televisions with them in their pockets. The summer is viewed differently than it was historically from a television standpoint. Regardless of whether we had been going through all this, it’s something the league office together with our teams has been spending a lot of time on.”

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ESPN previously reported the season could restart in mid-to-late June and run into August. Silver didn’t say when exactly the season would resume, but when it does, it will likely be without fans.

He added that he hopes the league could spark a positive change in the U.S.

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“One thing I’ll say about the United States … we’re an incredible country and some of the greatest inventions, some of the best innovations, some of the best minds are in this country,” Silver said. “And I’m sure as people are sitting home but still working they’re thinking of these various things like how can we restart the economy and what role can the NBA play?”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Spanish soccer club announces more positive coronavirus tests after Champions League matches

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Spain is among the hardest-hit European countries by the coronavirus outbreak and one of the nation’s top soccer clubs is feeling the effects.

Valencia announced Monday that at least nine members of the club have tested positive for coronavirus, with at least five confirmed cases coming Sunday, according to Goal.com.

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“Several further tests for the COVID-19 coronavirus amongst Valencia CF coaching staff and players have come back positive,” the club announced. “All cases are asymptomatic and those involved are currently isolated at home, receiving medical assessment and carrying out their scheduled training plan.”

Valencia had played a Champions League match against Atalanta last week, losing 8-4 on aggregate. Champions League play was suspended last week.

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“Despite the strict measures adopted by the club after their UEFA Champions League game against Atalanta on February 19th in Milan – an area confirmed as ‘high risk’ by the Italian authorities days afterwards – which included maintaining a distance between the squad and club employees/the general public, these latest results show that the exposure inherent to such matches has caused a positive test rate of around 35 percent,” the club said.

“Valencia CF would like to take this opportunity to insist that the population stay in their homes and strictly follow previously published hygiene and infection prevention measures. We also wish to express our confidence in our healthcare system and the recommendations by the Ministry of Health for those cases of coronavirus infection being treated with isolation.”

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Valencia defender Ezequiel Gray was the first La Liga player to test positive for the disease with teammates Eliaquim Mangala and Jose Gaya following his footsteps and announcing their own diagnosis.

As of Tuesday, the latest World Health Organization statistics show that Spain has more than 9,000 confirmed coronavirus cases with more than 300 deaths.

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Tom Brady, Buccaneers rumors heat up as NFL free agency nears

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Tom Brady rumors heated up Monday, days before the NFL’s new league year is set to begin.

Brady is expected to become a free agent once his contract officially voids Wednesday. It will be the first time he will hit the open market in his career. He spent the previous 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, where he helped the team to six Super Bowl championships.

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But as the quarterback embarks on a new journey, one team is rumored to be going “all-in” on the quarterback: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

According to multiple reports, the Buccaneers are rumored to “pull out all the stops” and have already made “an aggressive pitch” to the legendary quarterback.

It’s unclear what the market for Brady could look like later this week. NFL insider Adam Schefter said on ESPN on Sunday that the six-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback “does not have anything close to a deal in New England yet.”

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The latest tidbit of information surrounding Brady and free agency came two days after WEEI’s Dale Arnold revealed Brady was offered a one-year contract for less than what he made last year. The offer was reportedly made during a conversation Brady and coach Bill Belichick had earlier this month.

According to ESPN, Brady has two demands when deciding which team he is going to play for next. He wants to be a part of the roster construction and wants to be a part of the decision-making on offensive play calls.

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Brady and the Patriots won the AFC East title last season but were eliminated in the wild-card round of the playoffs. He had 4,057 passing yards and 24 touchdown passes in the 16 games.

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Sports in the time of coronavirus: What is on TV as leagues suspend their seasons over outbreak

It will be at least 30 days before the NBA, NHL and MLS return and at least two weeks before MLB decides to begin the 2020 season.

The PGA Tour went on hiatus at the last minute, tennis was put on hold and even the XFL canceled the rest of its regular season.

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Will there be any sports to watch on television aside from the normal afternoon re-runs of “Friends” or the news to get the average person inside their own head about the coronavirus?

It appears there will be.

UFC president Dana White said the organization’s events are still going on despite the rest of the world shutting down. The fight promotion has a few events planned over the next few weeks, which could keep fans entertained as the outbreak comes and goes.

“I talked to the president and the vice president about this, and they’re taking this very serious,” White said in a statement Thursday. “They’re saying, ‘Be cautious, be careful, but live your life and stop panicking.’ Everybody is panicking, and instead of panicking, we’re actually getting out there and working with doctors and health officials and the government to figure out how to keep the sport safe and continue to put on events.”

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He added that some of the next UFC events were shuffled to be hosted at different venues. UFC Brasilia on Saturday will take place at Nilson Nelson Gymnasium in front of staff only. UFC’s March 21 event in London will go on and UFC on ESPN 8 set for March 28 will take place at the APEX facility in Las Vegas.

After UFC on ESPN 8, the next event isn’t until April 11.

Bellator 241 is also set to take place Friday in Connecticut without fans.

Fans will be treated to some live sports as the outbreak ensues. Here is a guide for all the sporting events that are still scheduled to take place through the end of March.

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MARCH 13

– UFC Fight Night 170: The event is taking place in Brasilia, Brazil. It starts at 6 p.m. ET. It can be watched on ESPN Plus.

– Bellator 241: The event is taking place in Uncasville, Conn. IT starts at 7 p.m. ET. It can be watched on DAZN.

MARCH 14

– The National Rugby League announced it will go ahead with its first round of play and that the second round will be played without fans. The matches can be streamed online.

MARCH 15

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Joey Logano (22) races out of Turn 4 ahead of Kevin Harvick (4) during a NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Phoenix Raceway, Sunday, March 8, 2020, in Avondale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso)

– Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500: The NASCAR race is set to take place in Atlanta without fans. It starts at 2 p.m. ET. It can be watched on FOX.

– Grand Prix of St. Petersburg: The IndyCar season begins Sunday with its first race taking place in St. Petersburg, Fla. The race will be held without fans. It starts around 2 p.m. ET. It can be watched on NBC Sports.

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MARCH 21

– UFC Fight Night 171: The event is taking place in London. It starts at 4 p.m. ET. It can be watched on ESPN Plus.

MARCH 22

– Dixie Vodka 400: The event is taking place in Homestead, Fla., without fans. It starts at 2 p.m. ET. It can be watched on FOX.

MARCH 28

– UFC on ESPN 8: The event is taking place at the APEX facility in Las Vegas. It starts at 7 p.m. ET. It can be watched on ESPN.

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MARCH 29

– O’Reilly Auto Parts 500: The event is taking place in Fort Worth, Texas. It starts at 2 p.m. ET. It can be watched on Fox Sports 1.

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