Eventually it’s going to end, you just have to push through.
We decided to ask some of our favorite athletes to share how they’ve been dealing with life in the Covid-19 world.
Even as restrictions ease, we still have an obligation to take precautions to contain the spread.
That Kayla — the fighting Kayla — is on hold for now.
This situation we’re all dealing with is like being in recovery. It’s like a reset.
All of our future leaders will have to look at this situation and start finding better solutions.
If I’m being honest, it’s weird not having any sports right now.
Find creative inspiration, get your hands dirty — and I think that will help us get to the finish line.
If being a dad slash husband slash athlete during all of this got a 2K rating, I have to say I’m a 97.
I’m hopeful that people will walk away from this knowing how important family really is.
You can’t really control a lot of things going on in the world right now. So take ownership of the things that you can,
In the sports world, one of the toughest things to think about is the college seniors.
Knowing the world, and seeing how things have always evolved, I think we’ll get through this as a unit.
In one year, I’ve been named to both the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.
Trying to prepare yourself for what is ultimately unknown is the hardest part of this whole thing.
It was my first time being a free agent, and obviously my first time being in free agency during a pandemic.
We need to all come together to continue working to flatten the curve.
We all have to be talking to each other about this stuff, make sure everyone’s being safe and being smart.
It’s now been over 60 days since I left home. I’m desperate to get back.
If this situation ever comes again, we need to be more prepared.
I started to hear more and more that it could get to the States. All someone had to do was get on a plane. And then — it did.
I definitely want to say to the world and everybody out there: Let’s take this thing seriously.
There’s really nothing else that I am looking forward to right now, other than taking it one day at a time.
It feels like a movie, honestly. It’s like we’re in the first part of a horror movie.
We’re safe, we’re healthy, we’re sane, we’re in a good spot mentally and physically, so we’re doing O.K.