NBA Notifies Teams to Prepare for Games without Fans in Attendance – Choose Fist-Bumps over High Fives

The NBA sent a memo to its teams on Friday telling them to prepare for games without fans in attendance.
This is due to the coronavirus in the US.
As of Friday night — 335 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the US.
17 people have died.

And the league is also telling players to fist bump and not high five and avoid taking items like pens, balls and jerseys to autograph.

LeBron James ‘I ain’t playing‘ without an audience.

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