In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, the NBA has issued a mandate for media not to be allowed to enter locker rooms, along with other precautions like fewer interactions with fans and the possibility of games without fan attendance. With the outbreak having siezed its first major sporting event in the United States with BNP Paribas Open being cancelled, the pressure on leagues regarding how to handle the virus continues to grow. SI's Chris Mannix looks into options the league has, and whether or not the NBA will resort to them.
What's Next for the NBA? After Two Jazz Players Test Positive for Coronavirus the NBA Suspends Season for at Least Thirty Days
SI Senior Writer Chris Mannix joined Ryan Asselta to talk about the latest with the NBA. Two Jazz players, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, tested positive for the coronavirus causing the NBA to temporarily shut down their schedule. The teams who have recently faced off against ...read more