1. Denver Nuggets All-NBA center Nikola Jokic tested positive for the coronavirus in Serbia.
2. MLB is set to return action with training camps opening July 1 and opening day scheduled for around July 24. The regular season is set up for 60 games.
3. The FBI determined that NASACR driver Bubba Wallace was not the victim of a hate crime and that a rope fashioned like a noose had been on a garage door at Talladega Superspeedway since October.
4. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger spoke of his off the field addictions and how his faith has helped him through it in a virtual conference for Christian men over the weekend.
5. The Philadelphia Phillies have had 12 members of the organization test positive for the coronavirus.
6. Portland Trail Blazers forward Trevor Ariza is opting out of the NBA’s restart of the season in Orlando instead committing to a one-month visitation window with his son.
7. Bishop Amat replaced a road trip game with defending state champion St. John Bosco on September 4.
8. Former NFL quarterback Akili Smith has joined the Maranatha coaching staff as assistant head coach/offensive coordinator.
9. On this day in 1992 the Orlando Magic selected LSU center Shaquille O’Neal with the number one overall pick in the NBA draft.
10. The designated hitter rule will be in place for the first time this season in the National League.