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For the last two decades, San Francisco Giants players have spent the month of July dodging seagulls, wrapped in fog and playing in front of thousands of adoring fans at Oracle Park.

The NBA and its players union officially announced Friday the league will resume play with 22 of its teams July 30 at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., a development that comes as cases of the coronavirus continue to spike around the resort property.

 It has been nearly a decade since a moment in sports like no other, on July 8, 2010, when LeBron James, on the ESPN television special titled The Decision, announced he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers in NBA free agency to sign with the Miami Heat.

 Kings forward Jabari Parker announced Wednesday he has tested positive for the coronavirus and guard Buddy Hield was reported to be infected as well. Hield’s test was first reported by The Athletic’s Sam Amick and Shams Charania.

It took three months of public negotiations over millions of dollars during a global pandemic, but Major League Baseball intends on staging a 2020 season. Starting it, let alone completing it, remains a colossal challenge as COVID-19 cases rise around the country.

 Players signed off on Major League Baseball’s health and safety protocols and agreed to report to training camps at their home stadiums by July 1 in preparation for a pandemic-shortened regular season of 60 games.

In what could be a final effort to launch a 2020 major league season, owners Wednesday presented their first proposal that includes full prorated salaries for players.

The PGA Tour is back – and with it, the promise that the action will soon return to Connecticut, the Travelers Championship keeping its spot on the calendar even if most of the usual trappings have been stripped away by pandemic protocol.

LOS ANGELES – Forget your old, romantic notions of the locker room – an irascible coach giving his pep talk at halftime or players drenched in champagne after a big win – because the coronavirus outbreak has changed all that.

Tires rubbed and corded all over Martinsville Speedway with few cautions to offer reset relief for the top drivers struggling under the lights Wednesday night.

 The NTT INDYCAR Series opens its season in primetime Saturday, June 6, at 5 p.m. on NBC, with live coverage of the Genesys 300 from Texas Motor Speedway.

The NBA is on track for a July 31 return, with 22 of its 30 teams headed to Orlando, Fla., for a resumption of their season that’s been on hold since March 11 because of the coronavirus crisis.

For weeks, it seemed as if negotiations between Major League Baseball and the Players Association over the economics of a pandemic-shortened season were operating on separate tracks without regard for the issue that mattered most to the other side.

Major League Soccer’s players association voted to ratify a new collective bargain agreement with the league Wednesday, clearing the way for MLS to become the first major league in the U.S. to come back from the coronavirus pandemic that shut down professional sports in March.

At some point, the conversations turn to money. Talks about restarting sports may start with public health, and maybe finish there. In the middle, somewhere in all these conversations, somebody is in charge of talking about the economics of the coronavirus crisis.

With the French Open postponed, NBC Sports presents encore presentations of classic French Open finals over the next two weekends, starting this Saturday, May 30 at 10 a.m. on NBC.

Soccer could be the first professional team sport to return from the COVID-19 break with the NWSL on Wednesday announcing plans for a 25-game tournament to be played behind closed doors in Utah beginning June 27.

CONCORD – Not even a global pandemic could stop NASCAR’s return to racing. The rain, however, could.