Tracy McGrady bets millions on OBL 1-on-1 basketball start-up

Tracy McGrady Source: Ones Basketball League This time, Tracy McGrady trusts her ideas. Basketball’s Hall of Famer funded real estate projects, supported a sports and entertainment agency, and engaged in a cryptocurrency partnership before the industry lost billions in value. Now, McGrady is investing in his company, Ones Basketball League, or OBL, which will make … Read more

Tracy McGrady bets millions on OBL 1-on-1 basketball start-up

Tracy McGrady Source: Ones Basketball League This time, Tracy McGrady trusts her ideas. Basketball’s Hall of Famer funded real estate projects, supported a sports and entertainment agency, and engaged in a cryptocurrency partnership before the industry lost billions in value. Now, McGrady is investing in his company, Ones Basketball League, or OBL, which will make … Read more

Monkeypox has spread to more than 20 countries, but outbreaks are controllable, WHO says

RT: Maria Van Kerkhove, Head of Emerging Diseases and Zoonosis at the World Health Organization (WHO), speaks during a press conference on the coronavirus situation at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Jan.29, 2020. Denis Balibuse | Reuters The World Health Organization said Thursday that the monkeypox virus has spread to more than 20 countries, … Read more

Monkeypox has spread to more than 20 countries, but outbreaks are controllable, WHO says

RT: Maria Van Kerkhove, Head of Emerging Diseases and Zoonosis at the World Health Organization (WHO), speaks during a press conference on the coronavirus situation at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Jan.29, 2020. Denis Balibuse | Reuters The World Health Organization said Thursday that the monkeypox virus has spread to more than 20 countries, … Read more

CDC Says Monkeypox Does Not Easily Spread By Air: “This Is Not Covid”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants to calm public anxiety about how the monkeypox virus is transmitted, pointing out that it does not spread easily through the air because it requires close contact with an infected person. Monkeypox is mainly spread through prolonged physical contact such as skin-to-skin contact with someone who has … Read more

The NFL renews its sponsorship deal with Pepsi, but without the Super Bowl halftime show

A detailed view of a Pepsi ad at FedEx Field during an NFL football game between the Washington Football Team and the New York Giants, Thursday, September 16, 2021, in Landover, Md. Aaron M. Sprecher via AP Pepsi retains its sponsorship rights with the NFL, but will forgo a vital asset: the Super Bowl halftime … Read more

CDC Says Monkeypox Does Not Easily Spread By Air: “This Is Not Covid”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants to calm public anxiety about how the monkeypox virus is transmitted, pointing out that it does not spread easily through the air because it requires close contact with an infected person. Monkeypox is mainly spread through prolonged physical contact such as skin-to-skin contact with someone who has … Read more

Former NoA President Reggie Fils-Aimé Tackles Reports Of Employee Abuse At Nintendo

Sign up for Nintendo Life at Youtube In early April 2022, reports of poor working conditions emerged at Nintendo of America, accusing the company and a third-party rental company of “concerted activity” and “coercive action” to prevent unionization and worker struggles. part-time workers and contractors to ensure free time and decent pay. On May 23, … Read more

CDC officials sound alarm for gay and bisexual men as monkeypox spreads in community

A section of skin tissue, taken from a lesion on the skin of a monkey that had been infected with the monkeypox virus, was seen at 50 times magnification on the fourth day of the rash development in 1968. CDC | Reuters The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday alerted gay and bisexual … Read more

Inflation is on the rise, but fans are paying for tickets to NBA, NFL and other sports

People are changing their spending habits as prices rise at rates not seen in four decades, making choices that favor experiences. This means a great demand for live sports. The demand for sports attendance usually “doesn’t respond to price changes,” said Dennis Coates, a professor of sports economics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. … Read more