Steph’s Return Is Halted
By on March 2, 2020
If you bought a ticket to see the return of Steph Curry last night at the Chase Center, you were disappointed because Steve Kerr announced Saturday that Curry would need more time as he attempts to come back from a broken hand.
— Santa Cruz Warriors (@GLeagueWarriors) March 2, 2020
Curry was projected to return last night against the Wizards but instead the Warriors sent him to Santa Cruz to scrimmage with the minor league team there to prepare for his return. The Warriors play in Denver tomorrow and then home on Thursday and Saturday. I would think they would target one of the two home games if he’s gonna return this week.
Country music fans proved that they are not social media ready after a huge flap last week when Garth Brooks did a show in Detroit and wore the Lions jersey of NFL Hall of Famer Barry Sanders who happened to be number 20.
However, old hillbilly Trump supports who saw photos of Garth from the concert and took to Twitter to blast Garth Brooks for supporting Bernie Sanders in the 2020 election. Many fans posted messages telling Brooks to stay our of politics while others said they thought he was different and that they would never go to one of his shows again.
Empty March Madness
Could college basketball teams be playing March Madness games in empty arenas due to corona virus concerns? The CDC has warned that the outbreak could affect schools and sporting events saying that it’s not so much a question of if this will happen anymore, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen, and how many people in this country will have severe illness.
The NCAA has said that they will work with host schools for the games to ensure fans and players are safe.
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) February 29, 2020
Vanessa Bryant Takes to Social Media
Vanessa Bryant posted to social media that she is “absolutely devastated” after reports surfaced that Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies shared graphic photos of the crash site where her husband and daughter died in January.
The lawyer who is representing the family demanded that the deputies receive the “harshest possible discipline” after a source told The Los Angeles Times that first responders had shared graphic images from the scene two days after the crash. A spokesman for the Sheriff’s office said that the alleged behavior is “completely unprofessional” and “very regrettable.” The Sheriff’s Department said that the matter is being looked into.