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COVID-19 has changed sports and how fans relate forever

As bubbles form and teams return to play amid the coronavirus, the experience for those watching and cheering could change forever. → Read More

Dana White, UFC master staging of events amid coronavirus

Dana White said his sport would be the first back from the coronavirus pause, and the UFC president has delivered — and offered extremely detailed safety measures. → Read More

Athletes and activism: It’s not as simple as it seems

In tweeting a three-paragraph statement about being saddened and pained and angry, Michael Jordan opened a window into the world of athletes and activism. → Read More

No whining allowed: Embrace the big picture of NHL’s return

Hockey isn’t back — not yet — but there is at least a determined pathway by which to crown a champion. → Read More

Nobody knows what sports will look like upon return

Sports was one of the first major entities to shut down due to COVID-19 and could be one of the last to come back. → Read More

Joe Burrow finally could be Bengals’ answer at quarterback

The Cincinnati Bengals are expected to take Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft. → Read More

Recalling 2 years of historic dominance by UNLV basketball

Few college basketball recollections compare to UNLV-Duke in 1990 and ‘91. → Read More

Streak stalled at 23, here are some March Madness memories

Here are some of the shining moments that stood out to this columnist over two-plus decades of covering the Final Four. → Read More

Las Vegas will rise again from this terrible moment in time

The global pandemic that is the coronavirus has gripped Southern Nevada in a most relentless manner, its harsh realities being felt from one side of town to the next. → Read More

Coronavirus case shouldn’t cause NFL to cancel draft

The first case of coronavirus in Southern Nevada was confirmed Thursday, calling into question what major events might be canceled or postponed across Las Vegas. → Read More

An injured Mark Stone is never good for Golden Knights

Forward Mark Stone, who is out with a lower-body injury, has been everything and more since the Golden Knights acquired him at last year’s trade deadline. → Read More

Pacific Division foes always good news for Golden Knights

From inception, the Knights are 51-19-8 in division matchups, including a 3-0 win against Edmonton on Wednesday night. → Read More

Golden Knights send message in trading for goalie Lehner

Trades can be evaluated countless ways, but the one that brought Lehner to the Knights on Monday owns zero downside. → Read More

Raiders will hold June mini-camp in Las Vegas, Gruden says

The Las Vegas Raiders might be coming sooner than most believe. Coach Jon Gruden announced the team will hold its mandatory mini-camp in June in the Las Vegas area. → Read More

Miracle call of Al Michaels stands as finest in sports history

Al Michaels is one the most recognizable sportscasters of any era, but of all the memorable events he has covered, none stand above how he described the “Miracle on Ice.” → Read More

Las Vegas’ intimacy is exactly what the Super Bowl needs

The next four Super Bowl sites are Tampa, Los Angeles, Glendale and New Orleans. Las Vegas is sure to follow soon after, more intimate and fresh and walkable than any of those four. → Read More

From surfer to Super Bowl, Raheem Mostert has come a long way

Raheem Mostert was told more often than not that he wasn’t good enough, his road to Super Bowl LIV filled with more challenges than avoiding bull sharks. → Read More

Bigger is better when it comes to Las Vegas and NFL draft

The town that does everything big is going even more so come April 23-25, when the city will present a 72-hour caffeine buzz to equal or surpass any previous draft. → Read More

Even in defeat, Golden Knights take big step forward

You can only be motivated by sentiment for so long, and what the Knights did Saturday was about returning to hockey and moving beyond the drama of their coach being fired. → Read More

Golden Knights lose first period again, then third straight game

It wasn’t a disastrous start for the Golden Knights. It just wasn’t very good, an opening 20 minutes that was eventually followed by a 3-0 loss to end a seven-game homestand. → Read More