NBA basketball will return “at any cost”

The NBA is suspended for at least 8 weeks and is likely to be suspended for up to 3 months. However, this will not prevent the tournament organizers from trying to bring basketball back to the fans.
While the COVID-19 epidemic continued to boom in the US with more than 40,000 cases, all sports-related activities of the country were forced to halt.

The NBA season has been delayed for more than a week along with many other professional leagues such as NHL (hockey), MLB (baseball) or MLS (football). However, the organizers and leaders of 30 NBA teams are determined to find the best way to bring basketball back to the fans.

After hearing from reputable sources, ESPN journalist Ramona Shelburne said this morning: “At any cost, they will want to save the 2019-20 season. The season will return “.

As the first professional sport in the US to stop playing because of COVID-19, the NBA has not held matches and all related events since March 11.

With a request to ban the gathering of people and organizing events with more than 50 participants for 8 weeks, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) almost did not allow the NBA to return before the middle.

However, because the disease situation is so complicated, perhaps NBA will have to leave fans longer than that. Initially, NBA officials expected mid-June to be the latest milestone that the tournament will restart. But now they are ready to wait until August or September if needed.
The delay of the season for months will greatly affect the future schedule of the NBA, the closest being NBA Free Agency, NBA Draft 2020 and the start of the 2020-21 season.

Even so, the executive representative, Adam Silver, accepted the outcome of the “domino pieces”, allowing the Regular Season 2020-21 to start later and there will be some adjustments to make the season go smoothly. be as beautiful as possible.

Basketball federations (FIBA, NBA)

The most important and well – known international basketball Federation is FIBA. FIBA is a common structure of national federations, which is responsible for international competitions in the field of basketball. The FIBA Board is responsible for the international rules of the game, as well as equipment and inventory for the games. The organization monitors and monitors international transfers of basketball players. An important responsibility of FIBA is to monitor and accredit international referees. In total, FIBA consists of 213 federations of countries divided into five regional zones: Asia, Oceania, Africa, America and Europe.

In the 1970s, the IOC (international Olympic Committee) included women’s basketball in the summer Olympic games program.

The story about the basketball Federation will be completely incomplete if you do not touch the strongest Association in the world – the NBA. The basketball Association of America and the national basketball League (NBL) merged on June 6, 1946, creating the National basketball Association (NBA).
The NBA has always been a League dominated by” teams of the era”. So in the first decade, the Minneapolis Lakers had no equal in the NBA with their basketball legend George Mikan. From 1948 to 1954, the Lakers won 5 NBA Championships.

The Spalding NBA official game ball is seen before an NBA basketball game between an NBA game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019, in Memphis, Tenn. (Matt Patterson via AP)

One of the NBA’s top scorers , Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has scored just one 3-point shot in his entire 20-year career.

From 1957 to 1969, the Boston Celtics won 11 basketball Championships in 13 seasons. The 1980s were dominated by the same teams, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics, who won 8 of 10 titles during that decade. The 1990s saw the rise of Michael Jordan’s Chicago bulls, who won 6 titles over the course of a decade. Jordan was challenged by all the players in the League, but no one could resist his 1-on-1 game.
The influence of Michael Jordan on the development of basketball Nbapozhaluy, No person in team sports, has had such a huge impact on the sport. During the Jordan era, NBA basketball took a huge leap in development. If not for the two-year hiatus, Michael had every chance of winning 8, and maybe all 10 NBA Championships.
In the 2000s, the NBA became a truly international basketball League, as it brought together the best players from all over the world. New stars like Dirk Nowitzki began to Shine on the basketball court.

An interesting fact is that Adidas had exclusive rights to produce all uniforms for NBA teams until 2017. Since 2017, this exclusive has passed to Nike, which once again confirmed the title of the most successful basketball brand in the world.