The head coach of the Boston Celtics Brad Stevens shared his thoughts on the threat of the coronavirus and how the NBA handles the situation.
Stevens told reporters “he hopes the league doesn’t have to play games with no fans. But, if they do, he hopes the games can be played in the afternoon “so we can get it in a little bit earlier,” per Jay King of The Athletic.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the NBA will host a conference call with team owners and doctors on Monday. Teams will also have until Tuesday to present their own plans for battling the coronavirus.