A sports lover’s guide to surviving

Even though the sports world is currently in a frenzy, here are some ways to keep up with sports


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An NFL Draft stage before the draft starts.

Carter Mackinnon, Staff Reporter

NFL Draft: The NFL Draft starts tonight, and goes through Saturday. The draft’s seven rounds showcase the best of the collegiate players. Round one was Thursday night starting at 8 p.m., rounds two and three are tonight starting at 7 p.m., and rounds four through seven are on Saturday starting at 12 p.m. The entire draft can be watched on ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network.

Korea Baseball Organization: South Korea’s baseball league has ten teams with many former MLB players in the league. Despite the fact that games will be played in empty stadiums and umpires and coaches will be wearing masks during the games, baseball is still baseball. Starting May 5, fans can watch the games on mykbo.com, and look out for a deal for a network to cover the games soon!

Sports Movies: There are tons of great sports movies on any streaming service. Some movies I recommend are Miracle, Remember the Titans, 42, and Hoosiers.

“The Last Dance”: “The Last Dance” is a new documentary about NBA Hall-of-Famer Michael Jordan, more specifically his 1997-1998 Chicago Bulls championship team. The ten-part documentary airs every Sunday on ESPN.

Rewatch old games: In the age of no sports, most local and national sports networks are broadcasting old games. I recommend watching old Nationals games on MASN and old Capitals games on NBC Sports Washington.