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New York Times - Sports

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N.H.L. Will Open Practice Rinks Next Week -- The league also announced that its playoff series would be best-of-seven after an initial qualifying round under its plan to restart the season with 24 teams. -- The Associated Press

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Drew Brees's Unchanged Stance on Kneeling Is Suddenly Out of Step -- The New Orleans Saints quarterback again called national anthem protests are "disrespectful." The response from his own locker room was more ferocious than when he first said so in 2016. -- Ken Belson

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Bobby Morrow, Who Ran to Stardom at the 1956 Olympics, Dies at 84 -- With three gold medals in sprints in Melbourne, he matched what Jesse Owens had memorably accomplished 20 years earlier in Berlin. -- Richard Sandomir

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Johnny Majors, 85, Winning Coach at Pittsburgh and Tennessee, Dies -- A former star for Tennessee, he led Pitt to a national championship and coached the Volunteers for 16 seasons, only to be ousted after heart surgery. -- Frank Litsky

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The Day in (No) Sports -- Iditarod Champion and His Dogs Finally Make It Home -- Thomas Waerner of Norway and his sled dogs flew home on a 1960s-era plane bound for an aviation museum after being stranded by the pandemic in Alaska for months. -- Victor Mather

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Those We've Lost -- Angelo Rottoli, Italian Boxer and Man About Town, Dies at 61 -- A five-time Italian heavyweight champion, he was a well-known figure in his northern Italian town. He died of the novel coronavirus. -- Emma Bubola

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Sacramento Kings TV Announcer Resigns Over 'All Lives Matter' Tweet -- Grant Napear used the phrase, which has often been used to dismiss the specific prejudices faced by black Americans, during an exchange with a former Kings player. -- Scott Cacciola

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Wes Unseld, Powerful Hall of Fame N.B.A. Center, Dies at 74 -- A rock on the court known for his indefatigable rebounding, he helped turn the Baltimore Bullets around. -- Richard Sandomir

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Adidas Voices Solidarity While Closing Its Stores - The company, which relies on young black consumers, released an anti-racism statement on social media but shut its U.S. outlets because of protests across the country. By - Kevin Draper - and - Julie Creswell

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TIME OUT -- An M.L.B. Rookie Works on His Timing -- Seattle Mariners outfielder Kyle Lewis was poised to break out this season. "Now I think the greatest things happen after periods of waiting, when things have a chance to brew." -- Kurt Streeter

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