The NBA has quite a tall task in front of them in terms of trying to figure out how to move forward with the 2020-21 season. There are still several key questions regarding what next season will look like, and it appears everything is still very fluid at this point.
While commissioner Adam Silver said last month that the upcoming season could most likely start mid-January, with Martin Luther King Jr., Day as a possibility, starting next season on Christmas Day is still a possibility, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Several owners are reportedly in favor of starting sooner rather than later, and playing a schedule that is fewer than the traditional 82 games, regardless of if fans are allowed inside of arenas or not.
Per the report: