Sports Inquirer Show 94 (6.2.20): Protests in the sports world, MLS, Georgia State resumes training, Lance Armstrong #sportsinquirer #atlutd #mls #mls #nba #georgiastate

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In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss how the national protests over the death of George Lloyd has impacted the world of sports, Major League Soccer’s plan to return to the field, Major League Baseball’s struggles to return to the field and the Lance Armstrong documentary on ESPN.

Sports Inquirer Show 94 (6.2.20): Protests in the sports world, MLS, Georgia State resumes training, Lance Armstrong

Sports Inquirer Show 92: Atlanta United, Bundesliga, UFC Fight night 176 recap, Last Dance Documentary, NASCAR, Netflix

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In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:

-Professional soccer’s return to the pitch in Germany and Major League Soccer beginning individual workouts with comments from Atlanta United’s Anton Wales in the Original Free Kick (3:00-12:00)

-UFC Fight Night 176 and mixed martial arts returning under the auspicious overture of the coronavirus in Verbal Submission (12:00-20:00)

-The final two episodes of The Last Dance documentary about the Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan in Stagger Screen (20:00-30:00)

-What we’re watching on Netflix

SPORTS INQUIRER SHOW 92: ATLANTA UNITED, BUNDESLIGA, UFC FIGHT NIGHT 176 RECAP, LAST DANCE DOCUMENTARY, NASCAR, NETFLIX (5.19.20)

Original Free Kick: Atlanta United Brooks Lennon pre-Club America CONCACAF Champions League presser (3.9.20) #sportsinquirer #atlutd #uniteandconquer #sccl2020

Atlanta United defender Brooks Lennon #11 dribbles the ball during the first half of the 2020 MLS season opener between Atlanta United FC and Nashville SC at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday February 29, 2020. (Photo by Jacob Gonzalez/Atlanta United)

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United player Brooks Lennon following the team’s practice March 9.

Topics with the American included his potential unavailability to play for the United States in the Olympics, playing alongside Emerson Hyndman and the team preparing to visit Club America in the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League March 11.