Because it was a good one.
I’m just a guy.
White, 30-something, married a few years, work in advertising, live in Hoboken, NJ.
On a normal Sunday, I would be watching eleven consecutive hours of football and refreshing my fantasy app to watch the little numbers turn green, and hope they don’t turn red.
Yesterday was not a normal Sunday. I woke up with a desire to get up and go to New York City and to be present. I had no expectations; I knew most of the raucous partying had happened the day before. In fact, I didn’t know…
On March 9th, Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz mocked the Coronavirus threat by purposefully touching journalists’ recording equipment during a postgame news conference. Two days later, on March 11th, he was the first NBA player to test positive for the virus. That same day, the NBA was the first professional league in the US to postpone its 2020 season. Finally, on July 30th, after 141 days, the NBA restarted its season in a “bubble” in Orlando. The player to score the first points in the first game back? You guessed it: Rudy Gobert.