The director general of the North American Basketball League (NBA) Adam Silver (Adam Silver) expects a full game next season.
“I am optimistic. I think the 2021/2022 season will start completely and will be held in a crowded hall. Half of the teams are already letting fans enter the stadium. If we continue to vaccinate at the current rate, we have every reason to be optimistic. “The first NBA man explained.
At a press conference before the All-Star party in Atlanta on Sunday, Adam Silver stated that there is still no need to vaccinate players against the coronavirus, and the vaccine has certain benefits, such as not having to contact Quarantine with the identity of the person.
The Director General also announced that, contrary to tradition, he does not plan to hold meetings outside North America next season.
Due to the pandemic, there were 171 games left in the NBA last season, and 31 games have been postponed so far this season.