1. Magic Johnson is offering $100 million for struggling small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
2. New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar have both pleaded not guilty to an alleged armed robbery that took place last week in Miramar, Florida.
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneer quarterback Tom Brady held an informal workout with several of his new teammates.
4. The Angels will furlough non-playing employees at the beginning of June that will affect nearly every department of the organization.
5. “The Last Dance”, ten-part Michael Jordan documentary on ESPN, averaged 5.9 million viewers which was the highest rated documentary ever for the sports network.
6. Former USC quarterback Jack Sears has landed at Boise State as a graduate transfer. Sears has two years of eligibility remaining.
7. Former Chicago Bulls forward Horace Grant said Michael Jordan lied about him in “The Last Dance” documentary regarding Grant leaking information for Sam Smith’s book “The Jordan Rules”.
8. Former MLB pitcher David Wells, who pitched for 12 different teams, turns 57 today.
9. Taco Lita on Duarte Road in Arcadia has re-opened for take out orders only.
10. “Speak for yourself. I can crush 2 combos! Nothing to be proud of though.” – Former San Marino/Temple City head coach Mike Mooney via Twitter on Taco Lita.