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ESPN scraps plans to host 8 men's college basketball events in Orlando bubble


ESPN is canceling plans to host eight men's college basketball events in Orlando. ESPN had planned to move eight of its 10 events to the ESPN Wide World of Sports property, including the Champions Classic, Charleston Classic, Myrtle Beach Invitational, NIT Season Tip-Off, Wooden Legacy, Orlando Invitational, Jimmy V Classic, and Diamond Head Classic. (ESPN.com)

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ESPN scraps plans to host 8 men's college basketball events in Orlando bubble


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