one. Cowboys cornerback Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was riding his scooter Monday when he ran into a slight problem approaching what appeared to be his driveway.
When he passed two parked cars, he couldn’t see what was on the other side. When he finally reached the point where his vision was no longer blocked, he saw what looked like two bears.
Her reaction, and the video of the incident, which Clinton-Dix was kind enough to share, was tremendous.
two. MLB players were very excited that an agreement was finally reached to get them back to work.
3. Apparently, NFL coach Jack Del Rio thinks car accidents are contagious.
4 4. The latest HBO episode of Real sports aired Tuesday night and Bryant Gumbel’s final thought on “the black tax” is a must-see.
5 5. The last Sports Illustrated Media Podcast presents two interviews.
First is New York Post Sports media reporter Andrew Marchand to discuss various recent sports media stories, including MLB signing a new contract with Turner Sports for a lot of money, Trey Wingo’s future on ESPN, how NFL broadcasts will manage to kneel this season, the state Drew Brees with NBC and more.
Following Marchand, LA Times Sports columnist Arash Markazi joins the podcast to talk about the reopening of Las Vegas. Markazi was there for a week and tells us what casinos, tables, swimming pools and sports betting houses looked like in the COVID-19 era.
You can listen to the podcast below or download it on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play.
6 6. RANDOM VIDEO OF THE DAY: In honor of the official return of baseball, here is Vin Scully singing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”.
7 7. SPORTS VIDEO OF THE DAY: Reports say JR Smith can join the Lakers and meet LeBron James. If that’s the case, LeBron deserves credit for being a big man and forgiving Smith for this all-time mistake.
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