One year on, U.S. sports eye post-pandemic rebound

By Rory Carroll LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The night the life-altering impact of the novel coronavirus dawned on many U.S. sports fans came moments before the tip-off of an anticipated Jazz-Thunder game on March 11, 2020. In footage that is unnerving to watch now, the rocking, sold-out Oklahoma City crowd is told to disperse for reasons that are not made clear as a growing look of concern slowly spreads across their faces. It was revealed later that night that a Jazz player had tested positive for the still mysterious virus and that the NBA would suspend its season. The disbelief that filled the …

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