NBA won’t be successful to please everyone. Let’s check it out. NBA superstar is having some trouble on the floor out there.
Not only the words are focused on the brutal honestly from an NBA superstar. They also mirrored what other players might feel about re-engaging the NBA season.
“If we come back and they are behaving like, we are adding a few games to finish the normal season”, and they are throwing us out there for meaningless games and we don’t have a true opportunity to get into the playoffs”. Said Damian Lillard from Portland that “I am a part of the team but I will not take part in it.”
Such feelings capture the challenge the NBA faces in Figuring out the perfect format to resume the season.
It must weigh safety concerns by denied operations over two months ago because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. It must also calculate the best format to give teams the fairest shot to win an NBA championship.
The ongoing season would be resume by NBA? The league could recoup some of the financial losses it has faced by broadcasting such games on ABC and ESPN.
Though such an approach could also expose not so good basketball, urging non- contending teams to focus through both rustiness and apathy.
How the NBA and its player’s union reach a decision many reveal how they are balancing safety, the league’s finances, and the quality of the product.
The messy thing is that those aims are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Each incidence presents its own risk-reward with such complications.
Maybe, on Friday, the NBA will have a great idea of how to go forward. Then once more, many voices might only lead to many questions.