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  1. #1

    If COVID-19 subsides by this June, should the NCAA put together a BB tourney?

    Maybe expand it to 96 teams so we still get in. Hold it in front of empty stands, but you would still have a ratings bonanza.


    deadvirus | deadhead Yes | No

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    It would be nice, but I think the lead lined coffin is closed on the 19-20 collegiate seasons. Also the draft is June 20th and will probably not have to be moved, so you'd run into an issue where teams are playing at partial capacity.


    deadvirus | deadhead Yes | No

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    Quote Originally Posted by WutheringDawg View Post
    Also the draft is June 20th and will probably not have to be moved, so you'd run into an issue where teams are playing at partial capacity.
    If the NBA finishes its season in some capacity, which most NBA people still seem to think is more likely than not, it stands to reason they will delay the draft.

    And if this is still so bad in June that having the playoffs in July/August is impossible, then having the draft process then (with physicals, workouts, combine, etc.) seems like a bad idea anyway.


    deadvirus | deadhead Yes | No

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