The Chinese Basketball Association will not resume its season until at least July after league officials met overnight Monday “to discuss the fate of its season” amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to ESPN’s Jonathan Givony.

The season was originally suspended on Jan. 24, and it remains possible that it is canceled altogether as any final decision requires government clearance that won’t be possible until at least mid-May.

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The Chinese government has already prevented the CBA from moving forward as planned.

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