Mark Cuban made an interesting suggestion regarding the restart of the NBA.
The owner of the Dallas Mavericks wants all 30 teams to play five to seven regular-season games before a play-in tournament that will determine the final two playoff seeds.
“Mark Cuban considers it a must for all 30 teams to participate in the resumption of the NBA season, tentatively planned to take place at Walt Disney World in Orlando, because of the financial impact of fulfilling local television contracts.
In Cuban’s proposal, the top 10 teams from both conferences would qualify for the postseason and be reseeded based on record. There would be two play-in matchups — either single games or a best-of-three series — pitting seeds 17 vs. 20 and 18 vs. 19. The winners would advance to play the 15th and 16th seeds for the final spots in the playoff bracket,” Tim MacMahon of ESPN reports.