ESPN reports that the NBA’s board of governors and players are currently meeting somewhere within the bubble to discuss how the league’s postseason will continue.
From ESPN’s report on the historic moment: “The meetings will come after a historic day in the NBA, as all three playoff games scheduled to be played Wednesday — the Milwaukee Bucks vs. the Orlando Magic, the Houston Rockets vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Portland Trail Blazers — were postponed after the Bucks chose not to play Wednesday afternoon. Milwaukee is about 40 miles north of Kenosha, Wisconsin, the city where 29-year-old Jacob Blake, a Black man, was shot seven times by police on Sunday. Blake was shot as he attempted to enter the driver’s side door of his vehicle with three of his children inside. Video of the shooting was distributed on social media.”
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Talking his unit, Texas defensive coordinator Chris Ash leans on generalities, short on specifics
247Sports: Horns247 Roundtable: Positions catching attention in fall camp
247Sports: The latest on Ayodele Adeoye’s injured shoulder
247Sports: The Flagship: Longhorns on the rise midway through fall camp
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
Texas athletics announces 2020 Hall of Honor Class
Texas redshirt freshman OL Isaiah Hookfin sustains shoulder injury in practice
Grad transfer RB Gabriel Watson commits to Texas
WHAT WE’RE READING
Banner Society: The College Football Playoff Committee is about to have a very bad time
SBNation: The day NBA players decided to strike for social justice
SBNation: NHL silent as other leagues and teams protest, advocate for racial justice
NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND
- Former Longhorns Ariel Atkins, Sug Sutton and the Washington Mystics. Enough said.
The Washington Mystics wear T-shirts spelling out Jacob Blake's name on the front.— The Undefeated (@TheUndefeated) August 26, 2020
On the back, seven bullet holes. pic.twitter.com/bNSzdQ779N
- Texas senior offensive lineman Sam Cosmi made ESPN analyst Todd McShay’s list of top 2021 NFL draft prospects, at No. 10. From ESPN: “Cosmi shows some quick feet for a 6-7 lineman and can redirect really well in pass protection. He isn’t overpowering, but his hand placement is very good and he doesn’t fall off many blocks. As a run-blocker, his angles are strong, and he frequently walks defensive linemen off the line. Cosmi has 26 career starts, playing both sides of the line.” It’s also impossible to ever forget the play featured below.
Warning Big 12 Defenses: Sam Cosmi Is Officially Returning For His Senior Year pic.twitter.com/ecjU9Ro1OJ— House Of Takes (@HouseOfTakes) January 6, 2020