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Japan Medical Assn: Tokyo Olympics difficult without vaccine

Japan Medical Assn: Tokyo Olympics difficult without vaccine

TOKYO — The medical community in Japan is moving toward a consensus that holding next year's Tokyo Olympics may hinge on finding a coronavirus vaccine.
Blackhawks fire team president McDonough in surprising move

Blackhawks fire team president McDonough in surprising move

CHICAGO — The Chicago Blackhawks fired team president John McDonough on Monday, cutting ties with a key figure in the most successful decade in team history and raising questions about the direction of one of the NHL's marquee franchises.
NBA pushes plan to reopen facilities until May 8 at earliest

NBA pushes plan to reopen facilities until May 8 at earliest

MIAMI — The NBA has pushed back the possible reopening date of some team practice facilities for at least a week until May 8 at the earliest, saying Monday the extra time was needed in part to make sure player training options would be safe and contr
Whitecaps' sale of face masks to boost Vancouver Aquarium going gangbusters

Whitecaps' sale of face masks to boost Vancouver Aquarium going gangbusters

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps had sold more than 65,000 face masks as of 5 p.m. ET Monday with all net proceeds going to help the financially troubled Vancouver Aquarium.
Canadian indoor soccer star Ian Bennett flies under the radar back home

Canadian indoor soccer star Ian Bennett flies under the radar back home

A showman and all-star with the Milwaukee Wave, Canadian Ian Bennett is a marquee goal-scorer in the Major Arena Soccer League. Still, the 36-year-old Hamilton native flies under the radar north of the border. "I try to stay humble.
NBA 2K League to start third season May 5 with at least six weeks of remote play

NBA 2K League to start third season May 5 with at least six weeks of remote play

The NBA 2K League's third season, whose original March 24 tipoff was delayed by the global pandemic, will start May 5.
Duvernay-Tardif joins front-line workers at Quebec long-term care facility

Duvernay-Tardif joins front-line workers at Quebec long-term care facility

MONTREAL — A Quebec-born Super Bowl champion is making the move from the offensive line to the medical front line.
Als GM Maciocia says he hasn't spoken to Green about returning to Alouettes

Als GM Maciocia says he hasn't spoken to Green about returning to Alouettes

Montreal GM Danny Maciocia hasn't spoken to veteran receiver S.J. Green about finishing his CFL career with the Alouettes.
Fake injury, glitches: Madrid Open tennis tries COVID gaming

Fake injury, glitches: Madrid Open tennis tries COVID gaming

So here’s a dose of realism — or surrealism — for the first video game tournament of the coronavirus pandemic involving professional tennis players: A match supposedly was postponed Monday because of Rafael Nadal’s balky back, except the tournament d
AP source: Bulls hiring 76ers' Eversley as general manager

AP source: Bulls hiring 76ers' Eversley as general manager

CHICAGO — The Chicago Bulls have hired Philadelphia 76ers executive Marc Eversley to replace the fired Gar Forman as general manager and work under new top basketball executive Arturas Karnisovas, a person familiar with the situation said Monday.