Inside stories from the Chinese Basketball Association's coronavirus-induced hiatus

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    It was late January, and Adam Tatalovich was in Istanbul.

    The Chinese Basketball Association was midway through its season, and the Lunar New Year celebration had given the assistant coach of the Guangzhou Loong Lions the time to take a long weekend trip. The CBA traditionally takes a few days off for the holiday. So, off to Turkey he went, and while he was a guest at Fenerbahce's practice, his phone buzzed.

    "Don't come home," his CBA team's group chat said.

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    It was late January, and Adam Tatalovich was in Istanbul.

    The Chinese Basketball Association was midway through its season, and the Lunar New Year celebration had given the assistant coach of the Guangzhou Loong Lions the time to take a long weekend trip. The CBA traditionally takes a few days off for the holiday. So, off to Turkey he went, and while he was a guest at Fenerbahce's practice, his phone buzzed.

    "Don't come home," his CBA team's group chat said.

    read more https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id...etball-association-coronavirus-induced-hiatus
     

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