Rudy Gobert reportedly tests positive for coronavirus; Thunder and Jazz players quarantined

The NBA has temporarily suspended the season following Wednesday’s Jazz-Thunder postponement by Jack Maloney  @jackmaloneycbs The growing concerns surrounding the coronavirus reached a tipping point in the NBA. The league announced it has suspended the season after Wednesday night’s matchup between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz was postponed as a result of Jazz center Rudy Gobert testing positive for coronavirus, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and the Athletic’s Shams Charania. Players from the Jazz and Thunder are currently being quarantined inside of the Chesapeake Energy Arena. It’s worth noting that prior to the game, the Jazz announced that Gobert and Emmanuel Mudiay were ruled out…

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Tom Hanks & Rita Wilson Test Positive For Coronavirus As Outbreak Hits ‘Elvis Presley’ Film

By Anthony D’Alessandro Anthony D’Alessandro Editorial Director/Box Office Editor@AwardsTony More Stories By Anthony Tom Hanks & Rita Wilson Test Positive For Coronavirus As Outbreak Hits ‘Elvis Presley’ Film Vin Diesel Pic ‘Bloodshot’, K.J. Apa’s ‘I Still Believe’ & Blumhouse’s ‘The Hunt’ Hit Theaters Amid Coronavirus Jitters Solstice Studios Hires Lionsgate Vet Mark W. McCoy As Head Of Post Production VIEW ALLMarch 11, 2020 6:03pm EXCLUSIVE: We have just received word that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have tested positive for the coronavirus. Both have been down in Australia for the pre-production of Baz Luhrmann’s untitled Elvis Presley film from Warner…

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How the U.S. betrayed the Marshall Islands, kindling the next nuclear disaster

Photography and videography by CAROLYN COLE. Graphics and design by LORENA IÑIGUEZ ELEBEE and SEAN GREENE NOV. 10, 2019 | REPORTING FROM MAJURO, MARSHALL ISLANDS Five thousand miles west of Los Angeles and 500 miles north of the equator, on a far-flung spit of white coral sand in the central Pacific, a massive, aging and weathered concrete dome bobs up and down with the tide. Here in the Marshall Islands, Runit Dome holds more than 3.1 million cubic feet — or 35 Olympic-sized swimming pools — of U.S.-produced radioactive soil and debris, including lethal amounts…

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