If you’ve been enjoying the Dallas Mavericks season, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, in the last day the NBA has come to the decision that the season would need to be postponed while the country deals with the growing outbreak of coronavirus. Naturally, the NBA season postponement has left fans with a lot of questions. Luckily, we have some answers for you. Hopefully this answers all of your questions for you and we will be sure to keep you updated as more information is released.
Why is there an NBA Season postponement? The decision to postpone the remainder of the NBA season is because of the coronavirus. NBA commissioner Adam Silver recently announced that the NBA season will be on hold for at least one month. Unfortunately, there’s no way to know what to expect from the coronavirus, so they will reevaluate as the month comes to a close. This will help them determine the safest route for fans and players, whether that means extending the postponement, canceling the season, or restarting the season and finishing things up.
Are NBA games canceled for the season? More specific details are sure to come to light in the near future. For now, the NBA season postponement is just that. They won’t be having games for the next month but have plans to reevaluate the situation to make sure the right decision, postponement or cancellation, is made.
Will postponed NBA games be rescheduled? At this time, we’re not sure if the games will be rescheduled or cancelled. It’s possible that the NBA could decide to go with a shorter season. They also could reschedule the games that were postponed. If the coronavirus gets worse, it’s possible the season could be canceled, as well. As more information is released, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.
I have tickets for postponed Mavs games! What happens now? You don’t have anything to worry about. The NBA has your back! The current plan is to reschedule any postponed games. Your tickets will be honored for the newly scheduled games. If it comes to light that the season needs to be canceled altogether, anyone with tickets will receive either a refund or credit towards a future live game.
While the NBA season postponement is currently planned for one month, it’s unknown as to whether the season will pick back up in April. We’ll be sure to let you know more information as it becomes available.