Adam Silver, the NBA's commissioner, recently announced that the season has been paused for at least 30 days due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. With Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, two players were recently tested positive for the rampant virus. Phoenix Suns' NBA star Devin Booker heard about the break while he tried out the new Warzone battle royale mode of the "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" reissue live on Twitch.
You may have noticed: Recently, Utah Jazz's Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, two NBA players, tested positive for the rampant coronavirus COVID-19. Shortly after the confirmation, the NBA officials decided to stop playing for at least 30 days. It is not yet clear whether the remaining 18 to 20 regular games will be made up, the season shortened or the season canceled.
One of the players directly affected, NBA star Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns, learned of this measure while watching the new one live on Twitch Battle Royale mode Warzone tried the "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" new edition. For reasons we don't want to put his reaction on paper, you can watch or listen to it below:
Superstar Lebron James commented on the season break via Twitter: "We cancel sporting events, close schools, offices and so on. What we really should end is 2020. It has been three tough months so far. God bless you and take care of you."
With the comment, Lebron James certainly refers not only to the virus, but also to the accident death of his good friend Kobe Bryant and his daughter in January.
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