Yeah, maybe non-refundable in normal circumstances, but with a potential pandemic on the move, you’d think they would understand.Non-refundable?? I have tickets to the games in St. Louis and they're giving refunds.
How could they not provide you a refund for a ticket they won't let you use?
No it’s actually not. Since Gobert tested positive the Utah Jazz players and any teams they’ve played in the last two weeks would have to refrain from play for two weeks. That would result in teams playing a differing number of games at the end of the season. The logistics of it wouldn’t work as much as I hate it and would hate it even more if the NCAA tournament was cancelled. Not to mention if any other players on his team or one they played catches it, it just adds two more weeks sadly. This whole situation is a tragedyThis isn't a case of "other things more important than hoops," it's a case of extreme overreaction. Just play the games without fans if you need to.
" Imagine if...." Like the NBA, Jazz and Gobert....costing NBA a bunch starting tonight. I'm still not convinced this is more than a bad flu season. Maybe we should just quarantine the country every flu season....Agree with this, from NCAA point of view it also makes a lot of sense financially to limit risk. A few other posts talking about the money lost, imagine if they had a team exposed & had to cancel the tournament or the championship weekend had to be cancelled.
Me too. Even mentally preparing that tonight is the last night we'll see college hoops this year, and if so it's not what I imagined as a finale watching DePaul on one channel and Bruce Weber on another. Remember (like five hours ago) when we used to talk about things like would this loss kill Xavier's tourney chances? I miss that.I'm mentally preparing for the remainder of the B1G Tournament to be canceled tomorrow.