Though stars like LeBron James and Luka Doncic have complained about the pre-playoff hurdle, the stress of the play-in matters less than injuries and the compressed season.
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The announcement came after Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said he had told the team in November to stop playing “The Star-Spangled Banner” before games.
The N.B.A. has long required the playing of the national anthem before games, but the league gave teams permission to skip the ritual this season.
The billionaire says the current stock market is reminiscent of the first dot-com boom. “Everybody’s a genius in a bull market — until they’re not.”
After a crazy run-up, the price dropped 72 percent over two days, putting it just 18 percent higher than it was at the start of last week.
The league is embarking on a season with restrictions but no bubble: Yes to trips to Whole Foods. No to crowded elevators and the hotel gift shop.
The season has been suspended. And the issue of police brutality toward African-Americans has long been a visceral one in a predominantly black league.
After months of pessimism, the biggest sports leagues have made a flurry of announcements about plans to return. What changed?
He read off dozens of prominent names from Wall Street, Silicon Valley and the sports world. At least one person on the list was surprised to be on it.