I will not bet on any NFL,NBA or NHL game until 2020, I have been told.
This comes as the NBA and NFL continue to wrestle with their financial challenges as well as a continuing wave of lawsuits.
It also comes after a string of legal defeats by the league.
The league announced that its NBA All-Star Game and All-NBA Games will be canceled in 2020 and 2021 respectively.
In a statement to the Associated Press, the league said it is “aware of the concerns” that many are expressing.
“We are committed to doing everything we can to address them and are committed and prepared to cooperate with the league’s investigation,” the statement said.
However, the statement did not offer any specific timeline for when the games would return to life.
A spokesperson for the NBA told Reuters the league has not decided what schedule the games will follow, but “we are committed” to doing so.
According to the AP, the NBA was able to avoid having to go through a trial because it was able in October to cancel the 2020 and 2022 All-Stars games.
Last year, the court ruled that the NBA could not proceed with the 2022 All and the 2020 All-Tournament Games.
Meanwhile, the courts have yet to rule on a lawsuit filed by the NCAA over the cancellation of the 2018 All-America Game and a lawsuit against the NCAA by a group of college athletes over the 2022 World Championship in Russia.
If the courts decide the 2022 and 2020 World Championships should go ahead, it will likely affect the 2024 and 2024 Olympics.
The court has also ruled in favor of the NCAA and World Baseball Classic in favor the NCAA in a separate lawsuit.
With the NBA on the brink of bankruptcy, some fans are hopeful that the court will not grant the lawsuit.
The league is facing a $3 billion bankruptcy filing from one of its creditors, which is now looking to settle the case.