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Kevin Love Speculates How NBA Will Return for Rest of 2019-20 Season
- Updated: April 1, 2020
Wednesday marks three weeks since the NBA decided to suspend its season due to the deadly coronavirus.
However, there appears to be no firm timetable on when NBA will resume its operations.
“I would see a situation where, because guys might come in a little out of shape and they don’t know how to get through this time because it is new, they will then have like a two-week training camp, play 10 games and it will go into some sort of a playoff scenario,” Love said.
Love, 31, has been a pioneer and proactive supporter in the NBA community since the league curtailed its season due to the coronavirus.
Most notably, he donated $100,000 of his own money to support Cavs arena and support staff affected by the suspension.
The generous contribution led multiple other NBA superstars, such as Giannis Anteokounmpo and Zion Williamson, to follow suit with their own respective teams.
Furthermore, Love has been preaching the importance of social distancing and mental health on multiple platforms over the course of the pandemic.
Before the season took a pause, the big man was having a steady 2019-20 campaign. He was averaging 17.6 points, 9.8 boards and 3.2 assists per game this year.