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Sources: NBA to approve plan for 22-team return

Each of the 22 NBA teams returning under the plan that will be approved will play eight regular-season games in Orlando for seeding purposes for the playoffs, sources told ESPN.

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Big NBA return questions: What will the playoffs in Orlando look like?

Get the latest intel on the NBA's plans to finish the 2019-20 season.

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TRANSFER RUMOURS

LIVE Transfer Talk: Mourinho wants to sign Inter's Vecino at Tottenham

Jose Mourinho wants Inter's Matias Vecino in his Spurs squad and is ahead of Arsenal and Everton in the race. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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Olley: Coutinho the 'cheaper' backup if Sancho fails

James Olley believes that despite being second choice, Coutinho could be the sort of player Chelsea need.

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Marcotti: Osimhen would be a great fit for Spurs

Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss whether Lille's Victor Osimhen could leave this summer.

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Olley: Kane needs convincing to stay at Spurs

James Olley explains why 'serial winner' Harry Kane could look to exit Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

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Why Sergino Dest could be a good match for PSG

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PLANS TO GET BACK

INDIA NEWS

'Sharpest minds will take six weeks to get into Test mode' - India fielding coach

R Sridhar is charting out training plans as players wait for action to resume

NBA

'The virus brought us closer': How international NBA players have stayed connected to home

International players have shared concerns and found common ground over COVID-19 in the U.S. and abroad.

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Sources: Top NBA seeds mull playoff advantages

Though it's considered a long shot to pass, the NBA's top-seeded teams are internally discussing ways to exchange the home-court advantage they lost due to the pandemic for alternative advantages in the playoffs, sources told ESPN.

Kings announcer Napear resigns after BLM retort

Longtime Kings play-by-play announcer Grant Napear has resigned after tweeting "ALL LIVES MATTER" on Sunday in response to a question about Black Lives Matter.

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