As NBA players raise concerns about resuming the 2019-20 season, at least one coach sees significant problems if play does not continue.

” I think there’s going to be a renegotiation of the CBA, there will be a lockout [in 2020-21] and you’re going to see something similar to what’s occurring right now in baseball,” a Western Conference coach told Tim Bontemps of ESPN. “You’ll see a very different NBA going forward if, in reality, we don’t play.”

MLB has actually been not able to begin its 2020 season since of a financial dispute between owners and gamers as they attempt to agree on how a shortened project would work.

The NBA has currently approved a return to play, with 22 teams set to complete in Orlando, Florida, beginning July 30. Nevertheless, there has been pushback from gamers, with Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving leading a call for players to remain the games, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

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