DALLAS – A charity game? A fund-raising event? Something? Anything?

“People are stuck at home and they need a diversion and they need to be entertained,” NBA commissioner Adam Silver recently said in an interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols. “To the extent we were the first to shut our league down, (we’ll examine) to what extent can we be a first mover to restart our economy.”

Silver said that the league has discussed ideas like hosting a charity game or a similar fundraising event. The commissioner mentioned the idea of making certain the involved players are medically cleared to participate (which to us sounds like a trickier concept than it might seem).

Silver also mentioned the possibilities involved in the NBA resuming play at some point, whether

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