Udonis Haslem hopes the NBA will be responsible for the mental health of its players if they choose to continue the season.
The Miami Heat legend states that the league provides resources to ensure that players are happy and have good headroom.
“You have to give the boys outlets so they can stay sane. If not, the game will have problems and you will get bad basketball. Boys will not be happy and it will just not work,” said Haslem via Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel in South Florida.
The NBA plans to make its final decision to resume the season within the next 2 to 4 weeks.