California Governor Gavin Newsom said Monday that sports could resume in California, without fans, as early as June 1.
Additionally, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said Monday that Texas sports could resume on May 31. While Newsom saying this could happen doesn't mean it will, it's certainly a step in the right direction. Especially when he previously said he didn't think normal NFL games would happen in California this fall. Maybe that was his way of saying 'without fans,' but either way, this is more good news for the sporting world. The NBA, NHL and MLB are still trying to come up with plans on when and how to resume, while we had live NASCAR on television on Sunday, along with a charity golf event, both without fans present. Baby steps. May 18 4:10 pm (EST)
- Steve Kerr said on Tuesday that it feels like the Warriors' season is over and he doesn't think the team will play again until next season.
- Stephen Curry hosted an Instagram Live chat with Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases on Thursday.
- Stephen Curry (flu) is scheduled to play on Thursday against the Nets, and he is not on the injury report. All Stephen Curry News
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