Sources: NBA return gaining momentum after call
After a virtual meeting with NBA commissioner Adam Silver, participants on a board of governors call Tuesday left feeling increasingly positive about the league's momentum toward a return to play, sources told ESPN.
Silver preps NBA players for challenges ahead
Adam Silver outlined a potentially grim future for the NBA in a call with players, calling the pandemic the "single greatest challenge of all our lives."
Sources: Some NBA teams OK'd to test players
Some NBA teams opening facilities for voluntary workouts will be allowed to administer coronavirus tests to asymptomatic players and staff, provided there is enough testing available for at-risk health care workers, sources told ESPN.
Inside the NBA's urgent decisions as it tries to finish this season
After nearly two months without basketball, commissioner Adam Silver is flooded with ideas. Here is what the league is considering as the clock ticks.
NBA to begin withholding player pay May 15
An agreement is in place to withhold 25% of each NBA player's paycheck beginning May 15 in case regular-season games are canceled.
Sources: NBA teams unite, want delayed draft
Multiple top team executives expressed to ESPN their belief that shifting the draft date from June 25 to Aug. 1 or later would give organizations more time to salvage the essential elements of the pre-draft process.
The NBA is pulling for beloved Pistons scout Maury Hanks
The cantankerous, caustic 62-year-old Pistons scout has contracted the coronavirus and is in an ICU at a Tennessee hospital.
NBA, NBPA both want to save season
Adrian Wojnarowski says that the NBA and the players' association are exploring every option in order to salvage the season when the pandemic is contained.
'What's the least worst thing to do?' How NBA teams are handling this shutdown
Between now and the resumption of play, NBA teams are facing the most pressing crisis in the sport's history.
Sources: Mitchell is second Jazz player with virus
Donovan Mitchell is the second Jazz player to test positive for the coronavirus, sources told ESPN. He joins Rudy Gobert, whose diagnosis led to the postponement of Wednesday's game against the Thunder.