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Report: NBA owners set to approve plan for 20 to 22 teams to resume season

Adam Silver

The NBA is moving quickly toward finalizing a plan to resume the 2019-20 NBA season.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the NBA is planning to have the Board of Governors vote next Thursday on commissioner Adam Silver’s proposal to resume the season. That proposal, which is set to include 20 to 22 teams, is likely to be approved by league owners.

This has been a remarkably smooth process, all things considered. Once it became clear that the league could continue play, things came together quite quickly.

We don’t know the final details, but we can infer what things will look like based on what we’ve heard. The games are likely to take place at Disney World in Orlando, and it appears the league will go straight to the playoffs with some sort of play-in format. We also know when the NBA hopes to restart its season. More information is likely within the next week.

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