By Stefan Djordjevic / email@example.com
The opening week of the 2020-21 Basketball Champions League saw a half of its games postponed (four out of eight pairs) due to the coronavirus positives among the teams and that trend will seemingly continue into the second week as well.
Hereda San Pablo Burgos registered four COVID-19 cases among players recently and their game against Happy Casa Brindisi, that was scheduled for October 28, will be postponed to the first available gameday.
🚨 The game @SanPabloBurgos vs @HappycasaNBB scheduled for October 28 has been postponed, following the Return to Play Protocol established by the #BasketballCL and will be rescheduled on the first available Game Day. pic.twitter.com/urtT9WP0GR
— Basketball Champions League (@BasketballCL) October 23, 2020
Games Tofas – Nymburk, AEK – Tsmoki-Minsk, Cholet – Hapoel Holon, and Nizhny Novgorod – Falco Szombathely were the games postponed from the initial opening week dates.