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ESPN 3 Aug 2020

What's it like to be a NBA virtual fan? Paul Pierce knows

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On The Jump, Paul Pierce describes his experience as a virtual fan during the Boston Celtics' game vs. the Portland Trail Blazers inside the NBA bubble. (1:30) Rachel Nichols, Kendrick Perkins and Pierce discuss the league's decision to change the protocol for inconclusive coronavirus tests.

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Seneca Wallace, Joe Callahan, Brett Hundley and Graham Harrell all spent time with the Green Bay Packers serving as backup quarterback for Aaron Rodgers. Listen to their stories that include trying to stump Rodgers with the weekly QB test and how singing karaoke can get competitive.

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Ryan Tannehill joins Mike Greenberg on #Greeny to discuss why he's been one of the most effective quarterbacks in the NFL over the past couple of seasons, what it's like to play with Derrick Henry, a key play late in the Tennessee Titans' win vs. the Houston Texans, and more.
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Zach Lowe joins Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Chauncey Billups to name the things he likes and dislikes in the Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat series in the 2020 NBA Playoffs. Lowe mentions Gordon Hayward, Jayson Tatum and some of the Heat's bench players, and Jefferson describes his rule for what it takes to be a superstar.
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A supporter of the QAnon movement, which believes that a so-called "Deep State" wants to bring down Donald Trump, is looking likely to be elected to the United States Congress this November.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, who President Donald Trump calls a "future Republican star," beat a conservative neurosurgeon in Georgia and will likely head to Congress.
It is another sign of the rise of the QAnon movement, which the FBI sees as a potential domestic terrorist threat.
It also associates Democrats with paedophiles and satanists.

Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Miami, Florida.

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