Wojnarowski said "As Georgia moves toward opening certain businesses - including gymnasiums - some players were asking their teams if they should consider traveling there to find a way to play". The NBA suspended the season March 11 after Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz was the first player to test positive for COVID-19. Wojnarowski reported that Commissioner Adam Silver and team owners would like a clearer picture on a timeline and the way that they can restart the season .
Coronavirus: Steven Adams among National Basketball Association players permitted to return to team training
MI is under a stay-at-home order until at least May 15, so the Pistons have almost three weeks before they can reopen, adds Rod Beard of The Detroit News (Twitter link ). Daly said only the National Hockey League owes players and teams guidance before April 30 and will consider its next steps in that context. If they're so inclined, that can now change.
The State Board of Education agreed this week that elementary and middle school students would not receive traditional grades for the year, while those in grades 9-11 would have the option to receive a pass-fail grade or a numerical score for courses.
On Wednesday , Federer said "it is time for men's and women's tennis to be united" - a notion Kyrgios initially appeared to agree with, although his simple "yes" reply could now be interpreted as stating the Swiss is in fact the only person thinking about a merger .
Finishing seventh last season was enough for Wolves to get into the Europa League , which they are now in the last 16 of, via the qualifying rounds. Though, UEFA wants every major league to finish their respective campaigns, in the current crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic, it looks very unlikely.
A KNVB statement read: "The professional football board, after consulting clubs, players and coaches, and with the approval of the Supervisory Board, has chose to stop the 2019-20 competition and to allow the allocation of European club football spots based on the current league table".