It's only been 4 months since the NBA had come to a screeching halt with Jazz center Rudy Gobert testing positive for COVID-19. However, in those 4 months, NBA commissioner Adam Silver had countless conversations with epidemiologists, negotiated with the NBPA, and faced harsh criticism in his effort to bring a sports league back with the ability to test daily.
SI's Chris Mannix details Silvers' painstaking process in bringing the league to Florida and finishing a season that was nearing its playoffs.
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