So, from the RealGM news page I noticed that:
1. Western Conference Playoff Team Recently Had Four Positive COVID-19 Tests - it doesn't say if it means players or staff.
2. Two players on the Phoenix Suns have tested positive for COVID-19.
3. Nikola Jokic Tests Positive For COVID-19
I can't see how the NBA can go ahead with the season if this is the case. Yes, the league will lose around $2B if the season is cancelled but this is getting ridiculous. Some players have already stated they will sit the season out (Ariza, Bertans) and other players seem to seriously consider it (Ingles, Mitchell, Tatum, Irving, etc.). While I don't care either way if the season gets cancelled or not, it just feels to me like that even if we put the health concerns issue aside, this season is still losing its justification for resuming. A championship is a championship, but this one will have a huge asterisk next to it, even though it's no one's fault.
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KqWIN wrote:Why are we talking about Middleton, Harris, and Porter?
The real decision the Jazz FO is making is between Continuity, Cap Flexibility, and Cash Considerations.