Tad Brown Rumors

All that came while the NBA has put together protocols to try to hold a season among a nation-wide surge of COVID-19 cases and as Brown prepares for a wide variety of options to potentially have fans in Toyota Center in less than a month. Even that comes with the knowledge that all the planning the NBA, teams and local health and governmental officials attempt can be subject to the virus’ ability to change everything. “It’s going to be a challenge but one we’re looking forward to,” Brown said. “It’s very important that we continue to build proper infrastructure, especially to make sure that we’re following all safety protocols as directed nationally, as directed from the league, as directed from our local health professionals and city leaders and county leaders.”
Fans will not attend preseason games at Toyota Center Dec. 15 and 17. Brown said it is premature to outline the protocols that will be in place for fans to attend regular season games, including how many will be allowed in Toyota Center, because they can change repeatedly in the coming weeks. But preparations for a wide variety of scenarios have been ongoing for months. “I believe it’s the right thing to do,” Brown said. “We look forward to getting going, but it’s going to be with the highest safety protocols in place. It’s changing by the day and I think it’s going to be a fluid situation throughout the year. We are planning of having fans at games. So much of this is going to be based on the information we have as we go forward.”