I, like many of you, felt considerably dejected when I heard the news that the 2020 Summer Olympics would be officially postponed. Though it was the right decision, I can’t help but feel a sense of longing for one of my favorite sporting events in the world.
The draft must — and thankfully will — go on, and its healing touch will help a country in quarantine.
The young club has given members a forum to continue their passion and find a community at USC.
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Somehow, Caruso evolved from an undrafted, overlooked rookie to a beloved, electrifying NBA player earning valuable minutes on a title-contending Los Angeles Lakers team, all while becoming one of the internet’s favorite NBA players.
In an unprecedented time when nearly every league had already suspended or canceled play due to the coronavirus, the news of Brady’s departure from his team of 20 years was perhaps just as unfathomable for those who grew up watching him play.
USC hoops also added a few transfers to its impressive roster for the 2020 season.
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Schools will have the autonomy to determine financial aid for those who would have exhausted eligibility this year. Winter athletes were not granted an extra year.