NBPA Vice President Malcolm Brogdon reveals “two options” for the start of the season
Malcolm Brogdon revealed the two options for the start date of the 2020/21 season in the NBA.
The Indiana Pacers Guard and vice president of NBPA said the season would begin on either December 22nd or January 18th.
“The way the conversations are going is a very complicated subject and there is a lot to balance. [There’s] Many people on both sides are working on it together. So it will take some time.
I think these are the two options. We will either start MLK Day, which many players are leaning towards, or we will start the 22nd Christmas Season. But the big difference is sales. Revenue and trying to get the season going again to start in this area from September to October.
So I think there are calculations going on on both sides of how much revenue would be lost for each potential date and we need to reach an agreement and move on from there, ”Brogdon said, appearing on ESPNs The jumpabout Jenna Ciccotelli of Bleacher Report).
The league and the NBPA are expected to make a decision on the launch date next week.
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