California governor Gavin Newsom doesn't have the same level of optimism as Donald Trump on pro sports returning with fans in attendance.
The Calgary Flames (NHL) and Calgary Stampeders (CFL) won't be able to hold home games before July due to the coronavirus outbreak, if those leagues return to action.
People aren't eating wings as they were going to do before March Madness was canceled.
"I mean, this is America, man. We've stormed the beaches of Normandy, we've sent a car that's driven around Mars, we've walked on the moon. This is the greatest country and the greatest people in the history of the planet."
Nearly half the people who have competed at WrestleMania have never won in their career. We take a look at some of them.
"I sincerely regret if my choice of images in my tweets were found offensive. I had no intention of offending anyone."
Being self-quarantined can bring its own problems.
The Undertaker went 21-0 before he suffered his first loss at WrestleMania. The next undefeated person is nowhere near that.
Sam Bradford made $130 million with zero playoff games to show for it.
Even having everything in one place would bring potential issues.
Aldon Smith had 42 sacks from 2011-13, but has missed the last four NFL seasons due to suspension.
"After this lockdown, I cannot stay at home. I told [my wife] I'm going to take two years more."
Dodger Stadium is currently scheduled to host the 2020 MLB All-Star Game, but it's obviously hard to see that happening due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunday's eNASCAR race will consist of 30 Cup Series drivers.
The Greek Freak could be taking home multiple awards.
Wimbledon is not happening in 2020 as the tournament is the latest event to be canceled due to COVID-19.
"The problem is you're passing up a fantastic opportunity, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, to stay in the house, sit on the couch, and watch TV!
The ban doesn't apply to sporting events in Toronto, but it's hard to see pro sports not being affected.
Godwin will switch to #14.
The person won nearly $10k on a $50 bet.
The Steelers and Rams would've been part of the 2019 playoff field.
The COVID-19 pandemic could force the NFL to make some difficult choices.
The idea is that by suspending non-essential operations, it frees up medical resources for those fighting against COVID-19.
The Flushing Meadows home of the U.S. Open will take on a different role as a medical facility in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.