Good morning and welcome to The Huddle for today, September 1, 2020. It’s Tuesday.
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This Morning’s Sports Headlines:
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Autostraddle: Niecy Nash done went and got gay married. Scroll down to see the photo!
Sports Illustrated: Clever Cowboys ‘Legally Cheat’ With No-Number Jerseys
Today we pay tribute to Greensburgh/North Castle basketball coach and education union leader Anthony Nicodemo of Yonkers, N.Y., who has been a member of GO! SPACE since 2013. He’s seen here with his dog, Roscoe.
If you’re an LGBTQ person in sports looking to connect with others in the community, head over to GO! Space to meet and interact with other LGBTQ athletes, or to Equality Coaching Alliance to find other coaches, administrators and other non-athletes in sports.
Highlights from Social Media:
The Chicago Sky’s Courtney Vandersloot found her wife, Allie Quigley, in the corner for a three-pointer last night to break the record of 16. Two possessions later, she connected with Quigley again for a three-pointer. Read the story today on outsports.com!
Speaking of the Chicago Sky, members of the team sent a message with T-shirts and a tweet: Black Trans Lives Matter!
Activism is also on display at the U.S. Open. Naomi Osaka sent a message with her mask:
Naomi wearing a mask with the name Breonna Taylor on it. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/MNr75Nv0b8— LaWanda (@lawanda50) September 1, 2020
Podcast Du Jour
Nearly every day of the week, Outsports has a new podcast for your enjoyment. Today we have an encore of Cyd Zeigler’s Five Rings To Rule Them All with his guest, pioneering transgender pro golfer Mianne Bagger. She’s been retired for several years, and still wrestles with formulating what might be the “perfect” trans inclusion policy in sports, the concept that participation in professional sports is a “right,” and her place in the current conversation on these topics. Mianna talks with Cyd candidly about her trailblazing history and her hope of finding solutions. Click here to listen.
Today’s Sports Calendar
The only nationally-televised game today is Connecticut Sun vs. New York Liberty at 7 p.m. EDT on CBSSN. In other action:
NHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS:
MLB NATIONALLY-TELEVISED GAMES:
Click here for ESPN’s schedule for the U.S. Open and yesterday’s results.
Click here for ESPN’s schedule of soccer action today.
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