The Rush: On anniversary of COVID halting NBA, Rangers and Cowboys vow packed crowds

One year ago today, the world turned upside down when the NBA closed its doors after Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19...and the sports world is still coping. In Texas, the Rangers vow a capacity crowd on Opening Day and Jerry Jones is pledging the same for the Cowboys home opener in the fall. Meanwhile, the Mets are busy simulating a World Series win while Paris St. Germain fans logged an assist in their team’s draw against Barcelona.