Breaking: MLB is moving the 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta, the league announced.
"Major League Baseball fundamentally supports voting rights for all Americans and opposes restrictions to the ballot box," Commissioner Rob Manfred said. https://t.co/Cm14QDnCuo
WHEN I MADE MY DECISION TO COME TO PHX EVERYBODY SAID I WAS CRAZY & PHX IS IRRELEVANT AND HAVENT BEEN IN PLAYOFFS IN 10YRS AND I WILL REGRET THIS DECISION.. NOW LOOK AT US.. AND STILL HAVE ALOT OF WORK TO DO.!! 🤫🤐 https://t.co/GnSuSam0xS
Just watched #TheDaySportsStoodStill documentary. This all feels like it happened years ago, while it’s been less than a year for most of it. We’ve been through so much and it’s tough to see it all on film in docu form so soon. *deep sigh*
#TheDaySportsStoodStill on @HBO is a solid doc! Awful that we’re still dealing with social injustice in this country. I remember my feelings and emotions as a black man in America and feeling helpless while in the NBA Bubble as a result of another shooting of an unarmed black man
@CP3@HBODocs Great documentary. I thought it would focus just on Covid but the social justice aspect just hit me different than anything I've watched on the subject to this point. Much respect. Thank you.
@CP3 congratulations on The Day Sports Stood Still! Absolutely loved the documentary on @hbomax. I urge everyone to watch it. It reminded me how far we've come, loved ones we've lost, and how much work that still needs to be done. Very well done! #TheDaySportsStoodStill
With bold taste, stylists on demand, and millions watching their game-day tunnel walks, NBA players are serving some of the best style for sore eyes. “It’s a chance for anyone to be a star,” says @leaguefits creative producer Ian Pierno. https://t.co/yGuqJfaRyw
“Covid ended up just being the starting point.”
NBA star Chris Paul (@CP3) discusses his rollercoaster of a year in #DaySportsStoodStill, a new documentary that shares the story of the last year from an athletes’ point of view. Premieres Wednesday at 9PM on @HBOMax. https://t.co/CddJnNjybI