WNBA postpones start of season this month because of virus
NEW YORK (AP) — The WNBA has postponed the start of its season because of the coronavirus pandemic.
There is no indication when play would begin. The league was scheduled to open training camps on April 26 and the regular season on May 15.
The WNBA will still hold a virtual draft April 17. Two WNBA cities are major hot spots for the virus: New York and Seattle.
The WNBA was set to begin its 24th season. It is the longest running professional women’s sports league.