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Logan T. Markwell, Andrew J. Strick, and Jared M. Porter

determine if this pandemic has influenced the performance of free throws. In order to safely finish the 2019–2020 NBA season, the NBA introduced a unique method, called the “NBA bubble.” The bubble occurred at the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN) Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt

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Patrick C. Gentile, Nicholas R. Buzzelli, Sean R. Sadri, and Nathan A. Towery

.” Despite these challenges, sports journalists have shown a resiliency and resolve that will benefit the industry in the long run. References Allsop , J. ( 2020 , July 28 ). The logistical and ethical challenges of sports reporters’ restart . http://www.cjr.org/the_media_today/sports_media_nba_bubble

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Aaron C. Mansfield, Matthew Katz, and Elizabeth B. Delia

history . Retrieved from https://www.gq.com/story/adam-silver-nba-bubble-moty-interview Katz , M. , & Heere , B. ( 2013 ). Leaders and followers: An exploration of the notion of scale-free networks within a new brand community . Journal of Sport Management, 27 ( 4 ), 271 – 287 . https