David Scott examines the decisions made by leagues and teams during the coronavirus pandemic; Jon Frankel looks at the successful re-opening of sports in South Korea; Bryant Gumbel discusses the future of sports in the U.S. with the heads of major sports unions; plus, Andrea Kremer talks to Super Bowl champion and doctor Laurent Duvernay-Tardif about his experience on the frontlines.

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Questionable Calls

David Scott examines the decisions the NBA made as COVID-19 spread across the country, including its use of testing kits, the billion-dollar economic relief package and the Sacramento Kings’ charity work.

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Re-opening Day

As the U.S. grapples with how to bring back professional sports amidst a pandemic, one nation serves as a model: South Korea. The wildly popular Korean Baseball Organization made a splash when it opened its season in early May.

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On The Front Line

Real Sports correspondent Andrea Kremer talks to NFL player Dr. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif about his return to the medical field as a volunteer at a long-term health facility in Quebec, covering shifts for overworked and overtaxed healthcare professionals who are fighting the pandemic.

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State of the Unions

Bryant Gumbel is joined by the three most powerful union chiefs in all of sports -- DeMaurice Smith of the NFLPA, Michele Roberts of the NBPA and Tony Clark of the MLBPA -- to discuss what's next for their leagues.

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