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    Today’s word of the day is ‘acclimatization’ as in sports leagues around the world are starting to get real funky. In Belarus, soccer leagues are using cutouts to have in the stands, while in Taiwan, teams are using ROBOT MANNEQUINS to fill the stadium! The Chicago Bulls hired a new head of basketball ops in a late Wednesday night release. How did this happen? Did the Bulls know Arturas Karnisovas was always their guy? Are the Bulls making smart decisions? The NBA is back! Well, not quite, but kind of! It was announced today that a game of H-O-R-S-E will be played and televised starring some NBA and WBNA players. How does Dave Roberts know that Mookie Betts is happy to be a Dodger? Why do we care even if he is!? So You Wanna Talk To Samson!? Someone asked me if I have been watching the replays of the old Marlins playoff runs that have been televised… my answer might surprise you. Review – Citizen Kane. Todd Gurley and Clay Matthews took to Twitter to call out the Los Angeles Rams over payments they hadn’t received and I’m a little annoyed. MLBeard Challenge Day 25: Seattle Mariners (and a quick Ichiro story). Who wins the inaugural Quarantine NBA H-O-R-S-E challenge!? #waittosee

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