The NBA released their regular game schedule to finish the remaining games, also known as the seeding games at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
So, talks for the NBA 2020 Season to resume are nearing a conclusion. When the season came to a standstill; there were many questions about the NBA. Be sure to visit our Coronavirus Sports Cancellations post. Since Utah Jazz, Rudy Golbert tested positive for COVID-19; there has been new information, and restrictions are being lifted.
So, The Last Dance finale was this past Sunday, May 17th. However, if you missed any of the episodes; you can always catch-up and binge-watch the entire series on ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu, or YouTube TV. At the same time, this documentary was a huge hit for basketball fans.
With the Coronavirus being in the news all over the world; the sports world is feeling the pressure as well. Since the NBA first canceled their games, all the professional sports teams in the United States have since halted their season as well.
The Milwaukee Bucks have already clinched a playoff spot. Typically, teams don’t clinch a playoff spot in February; however, the Bucks have secured a spot for the fourth straight year.
The NBA season 2019 is underway. So, let’s take a look at the games so far; as well as what impact the free agents have had on the young season. Be sure to visit our 2019 NBA Free Agency Signings post to read up on what impact these agents are having thus far.
No doubt, the 2019 NBA free agency season has been explosive. From Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant and Jimmy Butler; let’s take a look at the signings so far and the players that are still available.
The NBA second round playoff is underway. So, the first round is behind us. To read more about the first round, be sure to visit our NBA Playoff Bracket Update 2019 post.
The NBA playoff picture is shaping up. With less than 10 days to go in the regular season; the next week or so will determine the teams that will be in the playoffs.