As Native People struggle coronavirus, basketball takes a timeout

Phoenix • Basketball is woven into the material of Native American life. Children dribble balls on filth courts and shoot at makeshift rims on some reservations whereas tournaments are held in state-of-the artwork buildings on others. Gamers and followers could journey a whole lot of miles to play and watch video games of “Rez ball,” the fast-paced, no-shot-is-a-bad-one model of hoops performed by Native People. The sport additionally brings already tight communities even nearer. Now, through the pandemic, the balls have all however stopped bouncing. Already hit onerous by the…

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