NBA superstars LeBron, Giannis, KD, more establish ‘united front’ to resume season – report

The top NBA superstars established a “united front” to resume the 2020 season, according to an exclusive report.

As per Yahoo Sports‘ Chris Haynes, the top stars of the league, and unarguably also the most influential athletes of their generation, made a private conference call to make a stand regarding the current situation of the NBA season.

Some of the NBA’s biggest superstars formed a united front to resume the 2019-20 season during a private conference call Monday, league sources told Yahoo Sports.

Toward the end of the call discussing the ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic, all parties were in agreement to take the court with proper safety measures once the league is given the green light to commence, sources said.

Chris Paul, the president of the players association, arranged the call that included LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kawhi Leonard, Stephen Curry, Damian Lillard and Russell Westbrook, sources said.

The NBA has been suspended for 2 months now, but there is a “positive” feeling among the Board of Governors that the season may resume.

ESPN reported that the NBA players association have already began conducting informal surveys, asking players if they want to resume the season or no.

Likewise, some NBA teams have already re-opened practice facilities.

If the season indeed returns, games will likely be played behind closed doors.