The Daily Outkick: Thursday, March 12, 2020

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NBA Suspends Season After Jazz’s Rudy Gobert Tests Positive For Coronavirus (Washington Post) Gobert was the Jazz player who tested positive for coronavirus, according to multiple people with knowledge of the situation. The Athletic first reported Gobert’s positive test.

Bear Markets Are ‘The Sale Of The Century’ For Long-term Investors, Says Financial Advisor (CNBC) “Selling your stocks may be the most expensive mistake of your investing career,” Jamie Cox says. “Opportunity cost is where people have to really pay attention during these heightened periods of volatility.”

NCAA May Follow NBA’s Lead And Abort Tourney (Yahoo! Sports) While canceling the NCAA tournament isn’t a guarantee, some type of extended delay or pause appears to be in order.

U.S. To Suspend Most Travel From Europe As World Scrambles To Fight Pandemic (New York Times) President Trump addressed the nation from the Oval Office on Wednesday night.

Tom Brady Apparently Has At Least Two Demands For Any Team That Wants To Sign Him In Free Agency (CBS Sports) Teams better pay attention to these demands if they want to sign Tom Brady.

Tom Hanks & Rita Wilson Test Positive For Coronavirus As Outbreak Hits ‘Elvis Presley’ Film (Deadline) Both have been down in Australia for the pre-production of Baz Luhrmann’s untitled Elvis Presley film from Warner Bros.

Report: Jazz Potentially Spending Night At OKC’s Chesapeake Energy Arena (SI) The team is also exploring potentially chartering buses as a means to travel back to Utah, per ESPN.

Twitter Mandates All Employees Work From Home (Axios) After previously recommending all employees work from home, Twitter took things a step further on Wednesday, making telecommuting mandatory for nearly all employees.

Watch Mark Cuban The Moment He Learned The NBA Had Suspended Season (For The Win) Cuban’s surprise sure makes it seem that the league made this decision without the knowledge of at least one owner.

These Late-night Shows Are Recording Without An Audience (Fox News) NBC’s “Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, “Late Night” with Seth Meyers, and CBS’ “Late Show” with Stephen Colbert are just some of the shows that will carry on without their fans in attendance, starting March 16.

Tony Grossi Returns To ESPN Cleveland After His Suspension For Baker Mayfield Comments (Awful Announcing) Grossi says he’s a changed man, and also said if he were covering a better team he’d be happier.

Harvey Weinstein Sentenced To 23 Years (Wall Street Journal) Hollywood producer faced between five and 29 years in prison after being convicted of criminal sex act and third-degree rape.

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