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NBA protocols stiffen amid postponements
Wizards guard Bradley Beal greets Suns guard Chris Paul during the second half of an 1/12/2021 NBA basketball game, (AP)
With five games called off this week already and more teams dealing with virus-related issues, the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association enacted additional rules Tuesday in the hope of keeping the season going safely. Players and team staff will have to remain at their residence when in their home markets and are prohibited from leaving their hotels when on the road.
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