Guiao anticipates PBA to hold next season in a semi-bubble at Big Dome

NLEX mentor Yeng Guiao said the NBA will fill in as the gauge on how the PBA should approach its 2021 season in the midst of the pandemic.

Guiao said the NBA remains the norm for most b-ball associations around the globe on the best way to direct competitions in the midst of the pandemic. The NBA is set to open its 2020-2021 season one week from now.

Be that as it may, in contrast to last prepare, the NBA is done organizing an air pocket as it will return to the home-and-away format, with games to be held in generally void fields and groups being tried routinely and needed to follow tough wellbeing and security conventions.

By and by, Guiao said he inclines toward organizing the games in Metro Manila, for example, the Smart-Araneta Coliseum, next season in a semi-bubble where groups can at present be billeted in close by lodgings.

Guiao was one of the advocates of the PBA organizing its season in a restricted area in Clark. Yet, even the NLEX mentor conceded that life in the air pocket is troublesome.


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