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  • A “effing mess...” Exactly what I have been talking about. These different expert medical panels need to share info, judgments and data, and share it publicly. Educate the players and the public. https://t.co/mTeTNHitH8
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  • Hopefully, one thing that will extend into the future from the NBA Bubble will be the way coaches dress for games. There is no reason to wear suits and ties anymore. Same for college hoops...dress like Maui!
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  • RT @Chris_Spatola: Mark Emmert’s new love for bubbles is all about protecting the basketball tournament. The NCAA is prepared to do anything - ANYTHING - to protect its cash cow. There’s a billion reasons why. Which ends up being a huge position of strength for the sport.
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  • RT @darcangel21: The latest Courtside Q&A is out! I spoke with WNBA legend Kara Lawson about the evolution of the league, her transition from player to analyst to coach, what drew her to the @DukeWBB head coaching job, Pat Summitt and much more. https://t.co/DHvISxTzJx
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  • RT @ESPN_WomenHoop: NCAA president Mark Emmert endorsed the idea of potentially using bubbles for NCAA championships -- including basketball -- in the first half of 2021, saying Thursday night that it's "perfectly viable in many sports." https://t.co/USnuf6Tp8C
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  • RT @GetUpESPN: .@JayBilas is calling for the NCAA to be transparent with the medical information that they're receiving. "If [the NCAA is being told playing football this fall is unsafe] and not sharing that ... with the players, then I think that's another profound failure in leadership." https://t.co/qg9Uyrr1IZ
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  • RT @eCoach: On the @jrnba Coach's Corner Podcast, @bucks coach Darvin Ham talked with @jaybilas about how eCoachBasketball is THE tool to help players and coaches get better. https://t.co/dsnb2lo7JY
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  • The NCAA and its conferences each have expert medical advisory panels. They have a responsibility to share that information and judgments publicly, especially for the players and staff.
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  • Tonight I can't sleep, we living in Hell. First they give us the work, then they throw us in jail. I gotta go to work.
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  • RT @DrChuckAmbrose: @JayBilas Agree - say what everyone already knows. Crickets are negligent during a pandemic.
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  • Fifth, “the way it has always been” is a cop out. The question isn’t whether a conference can chose to play football or stage a bowl game. The question, during a pandemic, is whether they should. Is it responsible? Is it right? Or, do you remain silent? https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • Fourth, nobody is advocates for an authoritarian dictator of a sport. Reasonable people advocate for structural change and person in charge, rather than a figurehead making excuses. A commissioner with a smaller board is still representative governing. https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • Third, nobody is asking for “simple answers.” We ask for vital and coordinated public health information from the plethora of medical advisory panels of the NCAA and P5 conferences, which has been absent. This is a pandemic. The public deserves to know. https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • This “reasoning” is profoundly absurd. First, whether the NCAA has authority over a member’s authority to do something doesn’t obviate the NCAA’s leadership responsibility to speak out on whether doing it is the right thing. (1) https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • Pac-12’s Larry Scott said, “Unlike professional sports, college sports cannot operate in a bubble.” NCAA President said today the NCAA is looking into bubble models for championships. We need to drop the amateur distinction. It’s pro. Bubbles are not only okay, they’re necessary.
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