The NBA released their regular game schedule to finish the remaining games, also known as the seeding games at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
With kids and parents home, We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports decided to host a one day mini basketball camp. Of course, parents have their hands full with their kids home all day. So, with a basketball court in Dianne Wood’s backyard; the plans were made to have a game in the driveway.
The MLB season will begin on either July 23rd or 24th. With the players union and the MLB coming together; all details have been ironed out to begin a short season. When all professional sports teams halted their season back in March 2020; there was a lot of discord between the players and owners. Now…
With the NHL 24, Team Post Season set to return next month; the rounds will begin on July 30th. When the regular season ended on May 28th; the league will be returning to play next month. To read more about how the season ended; be sure to visit our NHL Regular Season is Officially Over…
Youth sports will return in parts of New York beginning on July 6th. With this return of Phase 3, baseball, field hockey, and gymnastics are a few of the sports that will resume.
With so many families and kids home, let’s take a look at some fun youth quarantine activities as this “Stay at Home” order continues. So, even though the state has been on pause; most kids are getting cabin fever.
So, talks for the NBA 2020 Season to resume are nearing a conclusion. When the season came to a standstill; there were many questions about the NBA. Be sure to visit our Coronavirus Sports Cancellations post. Since Utah Jazz, Rudy Golbert tested positive for COVID-19; there has been new information, and restrictions are being lifted.
The NHL regular season is officially over. With the 2019-2020 season being on hiatus since COVID-19; it has now been deemed complete by the NHL Commissioner, Gary Bettman.
Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning were the champions for the Golf Tournament that helped raise over twenty million dollars to go to coronavirus relief efforts.
So, The Last Dance finale was this past Sunday, May 17th. However, if you missed any of the episodes; you can always catch-up and binge-watch the entire series on ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu, or YouTube TV. At the same time, this documentary was a huge hit for basketball fans.