(Undated) — It’s not clear yet if the current NHL season will resume. Commissioner Gary Bettman tells NBC Sports he isn’t sure if resuming the season is “possible.” Bettman said the league is still evaluating every option to resuming play, which includes neutral-site games in North Dakota. The NHL has been on pause since March 12th and players have been ordered to remain quarantined at home until April 15th.
(New York, NY) — MLB is still evaluating its options as to what to do with its season. Commissioner Rob Manfred released a statement that the league hasn’t discussed with any state the option of playing games amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. A previous report suggested the league would consider having every team play its games in Arizona. Manfred noted the health of everyone involved is the most important thing and a plan hasn’t been put in place.
(New York, NY) — The NFL will hold a dress rehearsal for its upcoming virtual draft. According to NFL Network Total Access, the league will do a dry run with all teams on how to execute the draft remotely. The NFL Draft is set to begin April 23rd, but team personnel will be working from home.
(Undated) — Portland Trail Blazers guard and vice president of the NBA Players’ Union CJ McCollum says he believes a large portion of NBA players live paycheck-to-paycheck. McCollum tells ESPN’s Jay Williams on his podcast he believes about a third of players live check-to-check, or about 150 of the league’s 450 players.