By Stefan Djordjevic/ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spanish League plans to finish the season with a 12-team tournament in a single venue and the teams have been slowly getting back to practice, with all the necessary precautions and limits.
However, the plans have already been impacted by the results of coronavirus tests – performed by all 12 teams – which have already shown some positive cases, according to Encestando. Both Joventut and Zaragoza had positives and both types at that – those who already had coronavirus and developed antibodies as well as those that are going through it now.
Not all tests have given back results and there might be more positive cases across teams, which would further complicate things for the league’s return as the final decision on resuming has to be given by the end of May.