Despite constant assurances about the safety of the Tokyo Summer Olympics, longtime International Olympic Committee member Dick Pound said this week that the IOC has a three-month window to decide whether the coronavirus threat in Tokyo is severe enough to cancel the 2020 Summer Games, which are scheduled to begin on July 24. Pound told the media that no one is 100 percent confident that Tokyo is going to happen but at this point all indications that it will be business as usual. Until it’s not!
Steph is Set to Make a Return?
We are still getting conflicting reports on the return of Steph Curry. One national news source yesterday confirmed that Curry will make his return Sunday against the Washington Wizards while local sources say that Curry will be re evaluated on Friday and a decision will not be made until then. So it looks like we won’t get a definitive answer until Friday.
Warriors star Stephen Curry will return to the Golden State lineup on Sunday against the Wizards, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. Curry on track for comeback four months after surgery on his broken left hand.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) February 25, 2020
Profit of the Mamba?
Some fans who were lucky enough to be able to attend Monday’s memorial for Kobe and Gianna Bryant are now trying to cash in by selling souvenirs that they took from the event. Memorial programs, pins and other souvenir items have already sold, some for thousands of dollars. Starting prices for Memorial bundles are about $3,000, with some listings having a “Buy It Now” price of $5,000. I just went on and there was a memorial bundle that had the pin, the program, a t-shirt and the ticket to the event for $825.
Brady Takes To Twitter
Check Out his entire tweet below
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) February 25, 2020