Wait so… there’s no sports? At all?
Straight out of our worst nightmare, COVID-19 has officially taken all joyous things including almost every major and minor league sporting season. While fans are clearly devastated, freshly laid off athletes had quite a lot to say amid the madness (but not March Madness because that has been cancelled too, if you were wondering).
P.K. Subban, New Jersey Devils (NHL)
P.K. Subban seemed disappointed but optimistic saying everyone should focus on staying healthy. He also wanted you to know that fiance, Lindsey Vonn, is getting a really great work out in.
Stay Healthy🙏🏿🙌🏿💪🏿❤️ pic.twitter.com/oL528tfuJN— P.K. Subban (@PKSubban1) March 13, 2020
Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Arizona Coyotes (NHL)
Arizona Coyotes defensemen, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, reminds fans that although this is devastating the pandemic calls us to remember precautions are bigger than hockey.
Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns (NBA)
Booker had arguably our favourite reaction. Same Booker..same
Isaiah Thomas, free agent (NBA)
Isaiah Thomas seemed to be having some PTSD… referring to this scene from space jam
CJ McCollum, Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
McCollum said call your accountants
Lebron James, Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
The King has spoken, and he’s saying: throw the whole year away. We say it’s not over until the buzzer and we still have 9 months to turn this around.
Senior college athletes are in shambles following the announcement that their final season will be cut short.
The recent announcement that there would be no madness in March solidified it as the most boring month of the year. Tre Isiah Jones, of the Duke Blue Devils, along with every other college athlete, is having a hard time coming to terms with what this means for himself and teammates
Major League Baseball
With opening day delayed to mid-May at earliest and spring games cancelled MLB is one of the last sports organization to remain up in the air.
While we await a final verdict for MLB, and wait impatiently to see our beloved teams and players return to stadiums our only advice is to keep your distance and stay safe.