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Sports World Went On Pause

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If you’re into to sports or just keeping up with the world today, the NBA, WNBA, and MLB made a decision on Wednesday, August 27, 2020 to stand in solidarity to boycott their games in protest of the shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake who was shot seven times in the back by the Kenosha Wisconsin police department just days ago.

The ripple effect started when the Milwaukee Bucks who were set to play game five of the NBA playoff game inside “the bubble.” Players read a statement and refused to take the floor. Others in the sports world followed suit speaking out and canceling games, making their voices heard loud and clear.

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Music Mogal and business man Master P and former NBA Player Baron Davis are in talks to make boss moves to buy Reebok for around $2.4 billion. Adidas, the parent company of Rebook is looking to sell the sports brand. This purchase would be historical and could put money back into the communities that helped make the company what it is today.

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Athletes of the Year

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Three time tennis Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka and 4-time NBA Champion LeBron James were named AP’s 2020 athletes of the year. They were recognized for their efforts and accomplishments on and off the court. Both athletes have been very outspoken on issues regarding injustices like police brutality and racism following the deaths of several Black Americans during encounters with police this year. Congratulations on the victory! Keep speaking!

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Jackson State Football Team On Probation

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Deion Sanders is the NHCIC (New Head Coach In Charge) at Jackson State University; however, he’s going to have to work through some drama that took place before his being named the team’ new coach.

Last week the NCAA reported that the Jackson State football team had violated NCAA Certification and recruiting rules (between 2014-2018) according to an agreement released by the Division 1 Committee on Infractions and the team was placed on two year’s probation also resulting in a fine of $5,000, a recruiting ban and other penalties. The university and the NCAA enforcement staff agreed that 34 student-athletes had practiced and competed before receiving final certification from the NCAA Eligibility Center. The university also acknowledged and agreed that it failed to monitor its certification process.

For more on the developed story visit www.ncaa.org.

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