Minnesota Timberwolves owner, Glen Taylor, said he is ‘hopeful’ the NBA will resume the season after the coronavirus crisis is over.
Taylor said he has faith the league will exhaust all options to find a way to finish the regular season and have the playoffs immediately after.
“I’m really hopeful. I think we’re going to do it, if it’s at all possible. This is a health issue that we have no control over, but I think for our players and our fans, I would like to see us take a break and hopefully we can get back in 30 days and finish the season.
I think the playoffs, they’re just so much fun and so important to our fans and our players,” Taylor told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
The NBA has suspended the season for at least 30 days due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.