Sports Report- 7/3

IF THE NFL IS ABLE TO CONDUCT A 2020 SEASON, PLAYERS WILL PARTICIPATE UNDER A NUMBER OF CORONAVIRUS-RELATED RESTRICTIONS ON THE FIELD AND OFF. THAT COULD MEAN PLAYING IN SPECIALLY DESIGNED FACE MASKS AND POTENTIAL FINES FOR OFF-FIELD ACTIVITIES THAT LEAD TO THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS. PLAYERS WERE TOLD THAT THE CHANCES OF CONDUCTING A SEASON AROUND THE VIRUS WILL DEPEND ON THE SUCCESS OF THEIR TESTING AND CONTACT-TRACING PROGRAM AND WERE GIVEN DETAILS ABOUT WHAT THEY COULD EXPECT AND WHAT WOULD BE EXPECTED OF THEM. PLAYERS WERE TOLD THEY COULD BE FINED FOR CONDUCT DETRIMENTAL IF THEY ARE FOUND TO HAVE ENGAGED IN “RECKLESS” BEHAVIOR AWAY FROM THE TEAM FACILITY, SUCH AS EATING OUT IN RESTAURANTS AND USING RIDE-SHARING SERVICES. READ MORE AT WWW.ESPN.COM.
THE NBA IS IN DEEP DISCUSSIONS ON A SECOND “BUBBLE” IN CHICAGO FOR THE EIGHT TEAMS THAT WERE NOT INVITED TO PLAY IN FLORIDA, ENABLING THEM TO PARTICIPATE IN A MINI-TRAINING CAMP AND SUBSEQUENT GAMES AGAINST OTHER CLUBS WITH A TARGET DATE OF SEPTEMBER.
ROUND TWO OF THE ROCKET MORTGAGE CLASSIC IS UNDERWAY IN DETROIT AND THE LEADERBOARD HAS A 4-WAY TIE AT THE TOP WITH J.J SPAUN, KEVIN KISNER, DOC REDMAN, AND SCOTT STALLINGS ALL AT 7-UNDER.
NASCAR HEADS TO THE INDIANAPOLIS MOTOR SPEEDWAY THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR THE NASCAR CUP SERIES AT THE BRICKYARD. COVERAGE BEGINS AT 3:00 PM ON NBC.

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