The NBA postponed two games scheduled for Friday as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to sweep across the country. The game between the Washington Wizards and the Detroit Pistons was postponed, as was the game between the Golden State Warriors and the Phoenix Suns. The postponements were necessary because neither the Wizards nor the Suns had enough players available due to contract follow-up, according to a report by The Athletic’s Shams Charania. All teams are required to have at least eight players available for play to continue. The Suns’ scheduled game against the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday had already been postponed. The Wizards also postponed a game against the Utah Jazz. –Field level media
NBA postpones two games for Friday amid COVID-19 problems By Reuters
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