NBA Sets Target Date For Teams To Start Practicing, But There Are Rules

NBA Sets Target Date For Teams To Start Practicing, But There Are Rules

Will we see the likes of LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard, Giannis Antetokounmpo and other NBA stars on the court again this season? Definitely maybe.

As local and state governments begin to lift restrictions put in place during the coronavirus pandemic, the NBA is looking to resume its 2019-20 season and has set “no earlier than May 8” as a target date for teams to start practicing again.

The league has been idle since March 11, when it became the first major U.S. sports league to shut down as the COVID-19 outbreak worsened.

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The NBA is planning to modify its guidance regarding the use of team practice facilities and player training. But it has set some strict rules for any restart and noted that the May 8 ramp-up date might be pushed back “if developments warrant.”

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Drake is lending his $185 million, custom plane, ‘Air Drake,’ to the Sacramento Kings for a preseason trip to India

Drake is lending his $185 million, custom plane, ‘Air Drake,’ to the Sacramento Kings for a preseason trip to India
  • Drake is lending his $185 million custom plane to the Sacramento Kings for a preseason trip to India.
  • The plane, which is called “Air Drake,” has a bedroom, two living rooms, sofas, but apparently, no WiFi.
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The Sacramento Kings will play a preseason game in Mumbai, India, this week, and to get the team there, they have received help from rapper and music mogul Drake.

According to reports, Drake is lending the team his custom plane, “Air Drake,” to fly to India. The plane is a Boeing 767 that was used to haul cargo that Drake spent $185 million to have cu

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