NBA Commissioner Adam Silver Considers Finishing Season, Potentially Delaying Start of Next Season

By  //  April 19, 2020

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Season has been postponed since March 11

The NBA’s board of governors met on Friday to discuss the fallout of COVID-19 and how the league might approach a potential resumption of the season, but in a conference call with media that followed, commissioner Adam Silver offered no firm plans or decisions. (CBS Image)

(CBS SPORTS) – The NBA’s board of governors met on Friday to discuss the fallout of COVID-19 and how the league might approach a potential resumption of the season, but in a conference call with media that followed, commissioner Adam Silver offered no firm plans or decisions.

The priority, as first reported by The Athletic’s Shams Charania, is the safety of players and staff, and so long as the league’s ability to play games safely is in doubt, Silver made it clear that doing so will not be possible.

“We are not in any position to make any decisions and it’s unclear when we will be,” the commissioner said. At the moment, the league still appears to be open to just about anything.

One notable concept that has gained steam has been the idea of a bubble city, which would house the entire league in an isolated environment while the season concluded.

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