PBT Podcast: NBA suspends season due to coronavirus, now what happens?

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The NBA has hit pause on its season after Utah’s Rudy Gobert — and later, teammate Donovan Mitchell — tested positive for coronavirus.

Now what happens? Is the season shortened, do they go straight to the playoffs, or does the league still try to play out the full 82 games and just push everything back?

What could this mean for the draft, Summer League, and the Olympics? What will the reduction in income to the league mean to the salary cap?

Kurt Helin and Keith Smith from NBC Sports talk about what they know in relation to the stopped games, and a lot about how nobody really knows what happens in this uncharted territory. They also answer a couple of listener questions, including one about what Giannis Antetokounmpo might do this summer and how that impacts every other team

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