Locker [noun]

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I’m 15 minutes from crying in the locker room with some of my teammates.

Throughout the years — if it went my way or it didn’t go my way — I just felt like I loved the game still, loved being around the locker room.

In 2020, 22% of consumers had used a pharmacy or locker to make a return, compared to 13% in 2019.

Zorn led quirky drills in practice and cheers of “Hip Hip Hooray” after wins, though Portis would later claim that the coach’s brand of corniness divided the locker room.

The Clippers don’t look ready to seriously challenge the LakersThe new rules require players to wear masks on the bench and in the locker room, while coaches and other team staffers must wear their masks “at all times during games.”

The bigger injury concern, however, might belong to Ohio State, whose star running back, Trey Sermon, went to the locker room with what was reported to be a shoulder injury.

After a Maryland timeout, Scott hit a three-pointer on the final possession before halftime, a welcome boost that sent Maryland to the locker room facing only a 34-32 deficit.

He writhed on the floor in pain and smacked the court with one hand before walking to the locker room with a Wizards staffer supporting him on either side.

Two months later, the league fined the Saints $500,000 and took away a seventh-round draft pick after New Orleans players violated protocols during a postgame victory celebration in their locker room.

After 256 games and a few close calls, the NFL’s pandemic regular season comes to an endI keep watching the locker room video of Stefanski’s postgame speech Sunday.