Wednesday's Mashup: Dodgers selling cutout fans for home games

Happy Humpday! Live major sports in just 10 days. And we've got some exclusive footage as to some changes made to the NBA for their playoffs restart in Orlando.

Travel or two steps? ------

— Nice Kicks (@nicekicks) July 14, 2020

OK, but seriously, if players dont take the bubble seriously, and players keep getting narced on breaking quarantine, then we won't have any sports returning. Tighten up, fellas! Why would any players want to break quarantine or risk the health of their teammates when they have such amenities at their Disney hotel facilities?

Enes Kanter with a look into the players’ lounge:

— Celtics News (@BDCCeltics) July 15, 2020


2018: Packers vs Bears - NFL Network, 8 p.m.

An epic 4th quarter comeback by Aaron Rodgers in his first game against Khalil Mack on the Bears.

The Dodgers are the latest team to join the cutout craze: Submit a photo and the team will turn it into a cutout and display it in a seat all season.

— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) July 14, 2020

Now you can attend a Dodgers game without fighting all that traffic to and from Chavez Ravine! Other teams at home, and overseas, are attempting similar replacement measures, and some took it to a surrogate extreme. The move, which will benefit the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, should prove popular with season ticket holders, die-hards and folks looking for a unique birthday gift for that baseball loving friend in their life. The team even issued tips on how to take the best pic of yourelf. Now we do it for the 'Gram AND the stadium.


Bill Belichick made news Tuesday by filming a commercial for SUBWAY restaurants in Branford, CT. And while the photos went viral pretty quickly, the memes and social media fun weren't far behind. 


— Chris (@Chris_232323) July 14, 2020

Combo meal

— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) July 14, 2020

TODAY IN 2020...

Nunchuck bears, gang. Nunchuck bears. Because why not?

We were all worried about Skynet. Meanwhile, nunchuck

— Kevin Brackett (@KevinRBrackett) July 12, 2020


Family Feud has been a gift that's kept giving this week. And while we haven't stopped laughing over Bruce Smith's suggestion for a replacement for Captain Hook's hook, this Michael Irvin celebration is the kind of enthusiasm we all could use more of, today or any day.

Michael Irvin went wild after getting the top answer for “Name a color you would see on a checkers game board” --(via @FamilyFeudABC)

— ESPN (@espn) July 14, 2020