NBA executives are cut 20% pay, Doris Burke got Covid-19

The managers of the American Basketball League and NBA executives are at the forefront of saving when they themselves are reduced by one-fifth of the current salary.

The NBA came to the final decision: cut top salaries by 20% of senior leaders.

Philadelphia 76ers has been heavily criticized for making lower-wage staff decisions. Perhaps that led the NBA Organizing Committee to make another decision: cut 20% of the salaries of senior leaders, including President Adam Silver and Vice President Mark Tatum.

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According to ESPN journalist Adrian Wojnarowski, he got this information from a secret source and had no official representative of the tournament speak out. Even so, spokesman Mike Bass answered ESPN implicitly.

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“This is an unprecedented time. Like all companies in other industries, we need to make short-term plans to deal with the harsh economic impacts that are adversely affecting the team.” organization and business operation “.

Vice President Mark Tatum (left) and President Adam Silver (right) were both deducted from their salaries
Vice President Mark Tatum (left) and President Adam Silver (right) were both deducted from their salaries

According to Wojnarowski, besides President Adam Silver and Vice President Adam Silver, the decision to cut wages directly affects the leaders of the club’s leadership. The affected people are not supported and the remaining staff is still paid.

This move not only helps the US Professional Basketball League to save costs, but also helps the Organizing Committee receive less criticism when introducing other spending reduction measures. NBA is considering plans to reduce the wages of the players in April next.

Veteran female expert Doris Burke infected with COVID-19, the whole NBA joined in to support the spirit

Veteran analyst and editor Doris Burke is well-loved in the NBA world.

Share with colleague Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN veteran analyst Doris Burke confirmed COVID-19 infection.
Share with colleague Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN veteran analyst Doris Burke confirmed COVID-19 infection.

Mrs. Doris Burke discovered some early symptoms of the disease. On March 11, the day the NBA decided to postpone the entire season, she was in Dallas working on the Mavericks match against the Nuggets. During the meeting to prepare the content before playing, she felt extremely tired and had a headache.

Veteran analyst and editor Doris Burke is well-loved in the NBA world
Veteran analyst and editor Doris Burke is well-loved in the NBA world

A few days later, she became exhausted, describing “I cannot leave the bed for more than 5 minutes”. Feeling that he was not well, Burke contacted the local health organization for isolation and testing. It took eight days for the test results to be sent and Doris Burke to be identified as infected with COVID-19.

More updates on the current situation, Burke said that she is feeling better and all symptoms have disappeared. However, she was not completely cured and had no negative results with SARS-CoV-2.

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Currently Doris Burke is healthier than the first days of COVID-19 infection
Currently Doris Burke is healthier than the first days of COVID-19 infection

54 years old, Doris Burke has been working with ESPN for nearly 30 years. During this time, she worked as an analyst, appearing in many TV shows as a guest, and as a sideline reporter for ESPN in NBA matches, WNBA and also in NCAA.

A highly respected basketball player, Doris Burke has received a lot of emotional support from her NBA colleagues and players. A number of prestigious journalists sent greetings including Adrian Wojnarowski, Kristen Ledlow, David Aldridge, Marc Spears. And the players who also followed this trend include LeBron James, Donovan Mitchell.

LeBron James is one of the NBA players who sent encouragement to Doris Burke after learning that she had COVID-19.
LeBron James is one of the NBA players who sent encouragement to Doris Burke after learning that she had COVID-19.

Positive for SARS-CoV-2, Doris Burke is the latest case of NBA-related COVID-19 infection and the first in the media to be infected with the virus.

The remaining cases include Rudy Gobert, Donovan Mitchell, Christian Wood (all three cases were cured), Kevin Durant and a number of other undisclosed players belonging to the Brooklyn Nets and Los Angeles Lakers.
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