Pro sports: Leagues forge ahead during recovery from Sandy
With much of the Northeast immersed in the recovery from Superstorm Sandy’s devastating blow, the NFL and NBA plan to carry on with their schedules.
The New York City Marathon is still hoping that the course will be clear by Sunday and runners will be able to get to the starting line in Staten Island.
Philadelphia is supposed to host its opener tonight. And the Nets’ first game at their new Brooklyn home against the Knicks on Thursday could be in jeopardy, too. The new arena is heavily dependent on mass transit, and with the New York City subways and commuter rail out for what is expected to be several days, the league may choose to postpone that party if fans are kept away.
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