Milwaukee Bucks: Co-owner Marc Lasry weighs in on suspended season

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PARIS, FRANCE – JANUARY 24: (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

Milwaukee Bucks co-owner appeared on The Full 48 podcast with Bleacher Report’s Howard Beck to discuss the NBA suspending the 2019-20 season in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

The NBA, and the Milwaukee Bucks to a lesser extent, have been at the center of the biggest sports story in quite some time.

The coronavirus outbreak that has reached very large parts of the world so far this year and has now gradually come into focus across North America has led to this unprecedented time in NBA history and the sports world at large.

As all basketball fans have grappled with the fact that the league has effectively taken a hiatus, Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry shined a light on just how strange and surreal the last 72 hours have been in dealing through this crisis.

Lasry appeared on the most recent edition of “The Full 48” podcast, hosted by the venerable Howard Beck of Bleacher Report no less than 24 hours after the league made the decision to suspend the season.

And of course, there was plenty to discuss, ranging from the timeline of when the NBA might make its return, the many logistics that go into determining when games will be played again, this ongoing waiting period and so much more.

So without further ado, let’s dig into the highlights and big takeaways from Lasry’s appearance on The Full 48 podcast with Howard Beck.

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