"So hard to pick up where you left off"

Steve Kyler talks Bucks and coronavirus

Bill Michaels
March 12, 2020 - 2:37 pm

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In a move that everyone expected to come eventually, the NBA suspended play for at least a month Wednesday night, after Rudy Gobert became the first NBA player to test positive for the coronavirus. While the rumor is the league will start back up some time in April, it's unclear whether the NBA will finish out all of the regular season, some of the season, or go straight to the playoffs.

For a team like the first place Bucks, what will taking a month off do for their championship run?


Steve Kyler, writer for Basketball Insiders, joined Bill on Thursday to give his answer, and to talk all things NBA, coronavirus, and more:

- Will more NBA owners set up payment plans for the hourly stadium workers like Mark Cuban?

- Does he expect the season to resume, and if it does will they just start with the playoffs?

Listen to the full interview below!