"Going 0 to 100 causes injuries"

NBC Sports Kurt Helin talks NBA hiatus!

Evan Heffelfinger
April 21, 2020 - 2:41 pm
Khris Middleton, Milwaukee Bucks

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The NBA season was put on hold mid-March, as Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert became the first player to come down with COVID-19. Since then, a lot of hypothetical scenarios have come out about resuming the season, but no one knows for sure.

One thing teams are worried about is injuries. It's hard to jump right into play after sitting down doing nothing for a month.

Are you worried about players if they don't get a "preseason" before resuming play?


Kurt Helin, Lead NBA Writer for NBCSports.com, joined Bill Tuesday to talk about his worries about resuming play, his thoughts on this year's Bucks team and more:

When does he expect the NBA to make a decision on finishing the season?

- Does he see them going right into the playoffs or playing a couple regular season games?

- Is there a team that could beat the Bucks this season?

Did he enjoy the first two episodes of “The Last Dance”?

-Did the doc hurt LeBron's legacy?


Listen to the full interview below!