The NBA continues to grapple with COVID-19-related and contact-tracing issues. The league's health and safety protocols have sidelined players; games have been postponed; and teams have been forced to take the court with the minimum eight active players.
Amid thinning rosters and growing concern across the league, the NBA has no plans to pause the season, a league spokesman told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
As the situation evolves, here is everything to know about how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting the NBA:
Here is every game postponed this season due to the NBA's COVID-19 health and safety protocols. No makeup dates have been set.
Dec. 23: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Houston Rockets
Jan. 10: Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics
Jan. 11: New Orleans Pelicans vs. Dallas Mavericks
Jan. 12: Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls
Jan. 13: Orlando Magic vs. Boston Celtics
Jan. 13: Utah Jazz vs. Washington Wizards
Jan. 13: Atlanta Hawks vs. Phoenix Suns
Jan. 15: Washington Wizards vs. Detroit Pistons
Jan. 15: Golden State Warriors vs. Phoenix Suns
Jan. 15: Memphis Grizzlies vs. Minnesota Timberwolves
Jan. 16: Indiana Pacers vs. Phoenix Suns
Jan. 17: Cleveland Cavaliers at Washington Wizards
Jan. 17: Philadelphia 76ers at Oklahoma City Thunder
Jan. 18: Cleveland Cavaliers at Washington Wizards
Jan. 20: Washington Wizards at Charlotte Hornets
Jan. 20: Memphis Grizzlies at Portland Trail Blazers
Jan. 21: Washington Wizards at Milwaukee Bucks
Jan. 22: Memphis Grizzlies at Portland Trail Blazers
Jan. 24: Sacramento Kings at Memphis Grizzlies
Jan. 25: Sacramento Kings at Memphis Grizzlies
Jan. 25: San Antonio Spurs at New Orleans Pelicans
Jan. 27: Chicago Bulls as Memphis Grizzlies
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