(Undated) — NBA commissioner Adam Silver says a decision on the rest of the season likely won’t come until next month at the earliest. Silver spoke during an interview last night, saying while they’ve discussed multiple scenarios so far, but it’s still too hard to predict where things will be in even the next few weeks. He added that the healthy of everyone involved has to come first.
(Undated) — The NBA is setting guidelines for this summer’s draft. The league says clubs are prohibited from conducting in-person workouts or interviews with draft-eligible players until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic. Teams can hold virtual interviews, but are limited to four hours total per player.
(Undated) — The upcoming NFL Draft will go on with a fully virtual format. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo out yesterday, with teams being advised to prepare to conduct the draft outside their facilities to be in compliance with COVID-19 regulations.
(Undated) — Two former Vikings are on the NFL’s 2010s All-Decade Team announced yesterday. Running back Adrian Peterson and kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson were among 53 players and two coaches to make the list. Peterson was one of eight unanimous picks.