Except for some horse racing in Arkansas and some car racing in few weeks?
There isn’t any current sports going on…
To get things started IS gonna take some work and thinking outside the box…
There maybe no fans present at games for a long time…..
Interviews with league and union officials across the United States’ major sports revealed no league is prepared to cancel its suspended season, but with the clock ticking — in a normal year, the playoffs would be underway in the NBA and NHL — none are close to announcing definitive return-to-play plans, either. League officials have mulled adjusting schedules, realigning divisions, staging games at neutral sites and sheltering an entire league while isolating players in a single city. But as state restrictions change and the understanding of the virus evolves, no option has risen above the speculative.
“It’s been a challenge. I would be lying if we were to say we have a good idea,” a top official with one league said. “They’re all degrees of bad.”
There’s a growing consensus that when sports do return, they will do so with limited spectators or more likely no fans at all. But even as league officials sort out how to execute such a plan, they are struggling to navigate an endless maze of complications. Testing capacity for the coronavirus is still limited, and players will need to agree that return-to-play plans are sufficiently safe and minimize the risk of someone contracting the virus.
While the appetite for sports is huge, the outlook for the coming months is looking increasingly bleak to many.
“It feels like the end of our season,” Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr said this week. “We’re staying in touch with our guys, but it definitely feels like the season is done for us.”
But the desire to start generating revenue continues to drive exploration. Owners are losing money, team and league employees are being furloughed, stadium workers are missing paychecks, sports media companies have resorted to layoffs, and some top executives have accepted pay cuts. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, for example, said he would forgo his salary during the crisis….