Lance and NBA players in China were competing in COVID-19

Description: At CBA, there was a salary debt and the tournament was on a delay in China’s basketball court but still could not return to the NBA. This is the situation of many American players playing at CBA, Chinese professional basketball. Lance Stephenson and the NBA players in China were struggling because of COVID-19.

Lance inChina basketball court
Lance inChina basketball court

The Present Situation

Forced to leave China basketball court, Lance Stephenson is currently training to keep fit in Indianapolis, capital of Indiana Pacers.

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During the COVID-19 outbreak in the world’s most populous country, the Chinese Professional Basketball League (CBA) was postponed indefinitely. With the public health situation not guaranteed, Stephenson and many other former NBA players had to return home.

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After “hegemony” in China with 26.7 points and 7.4 rebounds in Liaoning Flying Leopards, Lance Stephenson turned his attention to the NBA to find a team to play, especially for the stage. Playoffs.

However, the fact that CBA is being postponed indefinitely has made this wish of Lance Stephenson impossible to accomplish.

Lance Stephenson continued on  basketball court and came to CBA for a $ 4 million one-year contract with Flying Leopards
Lance Stephenson continued on  basketball court and came to CBA for a $ 4 million one-year contract with Flying Leopards

According to ESPN, the Chinese Professional Basketball League is also facing the possibility of canceling the entire season, which will make the future of many players uncertain. It means that the basketball courts, both regional and international are becoming isolated and facing the probability of cancelation.

Lance Stephenson’s representative stated that they still respected the commitment to China basketball courts until further notice announced, but if an NBA team could offer a suitable opportunity, they probably immediately go back to the United States.

Noted by another ESPN journalist, Jonathan Givony, there are currently about 40 American players who have played in the NBA and are tied to the Chinese Professional Basketball League and in domestic Chinese basketball courts. Among them, some outstanding names include Stephenson, Jeremy Lin, Chasson Randle or Ty Lawson.

In the case of Chasson Randle, this player is not only owed wages by the CBA but also cannot come to NBA teams because of other binding terms.

Chasson Randle wore the Washington Wizards for the 2018-19 season before coming to China basketball court
Chasson Randle wore the Washington Wizards for the 2018-19 season before coming to China basketball court

Prospects of basketball competitions

There were two teams that offered a 10-day contract to try out with Randle but were unsuccessful. The reason lies in the FIBA’s regulation when Chasson’s club in China must write an email asking permission to the World Basketball Association.

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For almost a month, Chasson has not been able to complete the NBA’s procedures yet because his host team, the Tianjin Gold Lions has not made a move yet.

Tianjin had refused to submit any of the applications to FIBA ​​so that Randle could be back to the NBA for a 10-day contract. They do this even if the contract is very short and will expire before the season in China’s came back “, Darrell Comer, Chasson Randle representative shared with ESPN.

This did not only restrict Chasson Randle’s chance to find competitive opportunities but also had an impact on the future of his career. So far, the team also owes players wages and has no tournament date of the decision or any explanation. This makes things worse. “

Jeremy Lin was fortunate enough to escape the COVID-19 epidemic thanks to a total absence of January exam marks due to injury and overload
Jeremy Lin was fortunate enough to escape the COVID-19 epidemic thanks to a total absence of January exam marks due to injury and overload

COVID-19 impacts on basketball courts

The outbreak of COVID-19 originating in China has affected more than 80,000 people worldwide. With complicated movements and rapid spread, COVID-19 epidemic has claimed the lives of more than 2,600 people.

In Asia, many professional basketball tournaments have been suspended or rescheduled due to epidemics, typically the Southeast Asian Professional Basketball League (ABL).

In Europe, a new outbreak is in Italy and the country’s basketball court federation has also postponed all matches at three professional tournament levels including Serie A, Serie A2 and Serie B.
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