He became an innovator and celebrity. When he wasn’t …

He became an innovator and celebrity. When he wasn’t writing for FiveThirtyEight or “Grantland,” the former ESPN product, NBA execs were seeking his counsel. He had both vision and the promise of more to come, and that took him to another place altogether this month. Now Goldsberry works for the Spurs. Behind closed doors. The hiring itself seemingly goes against the nature of a franchise that brought America the Gregg Popovich on-court interview. The Spurs have never been particularly media friendly, and Goldsberry is a self-described “media guy.” He has Matt Bonner stories in his clip file.
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On Sunday night, Karl-Anthony Towns sat at the postgame podium — the collar on his black jacket riding high on his shoulders with a colorful diamond necklace glittering — and dissected how he views the new Minneapolis ordinance that will soon require fans at Target Center to provide either proof of COVID-19 vaccine or a negative test taken within 72 hours of game time. “The city of Minneapolis is doing what they feel is right for the people,” Towns said. “The legislation of the government here is supposed to do what’s right for the people and they feel that people having the vaccine will make everyone healthier and give everyone a better chance to get through this pandemic with less casualties and problems.”
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