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NBA presidents intend to continue season
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Atlanta Hawks. (AP)
NBA team presidents met Thursday and emerged with belief that there are still ways to resume the season, and Dallas owner Mark Cuban also expressed optimism that the league will find a way out of the coronavirus-caused shutdown. The NBA has been shut down since March 11 and 259 regular season games have yet to be played.
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