Zion Williamson might have to talk under oath about money and gifts he and his family did or did not receive to play basketball at Duke. This could impact Kansas as well. I’ll talk about what’s going on and what it means for the Jayhawks.
While many Major League Baseball teams are releasing minor league players, it won’t shock you that Dayton Moore and the Royals are taking a different approach. I’ll explain the Royals’ approach and what it might do for them down the road.
The Power 5 conferences want congress to take action on name, image, and likeness before a bunch of states start enacting different laws.
I’m Bob Sloop. It’s Thursday, June 4, 2020. I’ll discuss those stories and more in this episode of the Kansas City Sports Monitor.
In this episode I discuss the following:
- Zion Williamson might have to talk under oath about whether or not he received gifts or money to play basketball at Duke.
- The Royals are taking a different approach than most teams with their minor league players in 2020.
- MLB and the players’ association are having a tough time reaching an agreement on a 2020 season.
- Watching and listening to MLB games will be a little different if there is a season.
- MLS has a plan to return to play.
- NFL facilities are starting to open up and we have some news about training camp.
- The Power 5 college conferences want congress to get involved in name, image and likeness.
- The Big 12 payout for this past year was not surprisingly down compared to last year.
- NASCAR has a date for a race at Kansas Speedway.
- The NBA has set some important offseason dates.
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