The TEN: 6/3/2020

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

1. The NBA models a 22-team format with the resumption of the season July 31 in Orlando and a last possible date for a Finals Game 7 on October 12.

2. NBA Hall of Famer and former Washington Bullets star Wes Unseld passed away Tuesday at the age of 74.

3. Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, was damaged Tuesday morning when a man broke into the stadium.

4. Former Pasadena Star News sports writer and Whittier Daily news sports editor Roger Murray, who spent over four decades in sports print journalism, passed away Tuesday.

5. Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh marched alongside the Ann Arbor police chief and county sheriff at a rally protesting police violence Tuesday.

6. Quarterback Miller Moss, from Mission Hills Alemany High School, committed to USC. Miller is the second quarterback among the top 40 recruits in the 2021 class, along with Jake Garcia to commit to the Trojans.

7. NFL reporter Josina Anderson is out at ESPN after nine years with the sports network.

8. On this day in 1932 Lou Gehrig became the first major leaguer to hit four consecutive home runs to lead the New York Yankees to a 20-13 win over the A’s.

9. Also on this day in 1989 the Houston Astros beat the Dodgers 5-4 in 22 innings in a game that lasted seven hours and 14 minutes.

10. Billy Cunningham, NBA Hall of Famer and former NBA head coach, turns 77 today.

1 Comment to "The TEN: 6/3/2020"

  1. Legends's Gravatar Legends
    June 3, 2020 - 7:11 pm | Permalink

    Roger Murray was, in my estimate, the dean of area sports. And who, you might ask, has taken over where Roger left off? That would be a guy named Tim Peterson. My greatest respect to both men.

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