The NBA is expected to agree on a plan to continue the season with 22 teams

The NBA is expected to agree on a plan to continue the season with 22 teams

The NBA Board of Governors is expected to approve the league proposal that will repeat the season in Orlando using the coordination of 22 teams, according to ESPN And Athlete.

The proposal must be approved by three quarters of the 30 NBA teams. ESPN reported that this decision will be made on Thursday at 12:30 pm.

The new plan will see 13 Western Western teams and nine Eastern Conference teams play eight games in the regular season, before the playoffs begin – which ended in the previous seasons in early June.

The first eight teams in both conferences will be part of the 22 teams playing. The remaining six teams will be the teams in six games from eighth place: New Orleans Pelicans, Portland Trail Blazers, San Antonio Spurs, Sacramento Kings, Phoenix Suns and Washington Wizards, according to ESPN sources.

ESPN reported that the restart will begin on July 31. If there is an NBA Finals Game 7, it will be scheduled for October 12.

When asked about the reports, the NBA had no comment.

Nba She hung her season After a Utah Jazz member was confirmed infected with the coronavirus on March 11. The coronavirus pandemic has forced many American sports organizations to consider modifications, including canceling events and staging games without fans.

ESPN reported that under this new plan, teams will move to training in Orlando by the end of July. ESPN reported that players will test every day for coronavirus, and if one of them turns out to be positive, it will be removed and treated individually.

All this comes amid reports that the season has resumed At the ESPN Disney World Sports Complex Near Orlando, Florida, as an individual complex for games, practices and housing, according to NBA spokesman Mike Bass.
Some families may also be, especially for teams expecting deeper rounds in the playoffs Allowed in the “bubble” The arrangement was also called.

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