The Canadian Elite Basketball League has pushed again its 2021 season begin attributable to COVID-19 pandemic challenges.
The league introduced on Wednesday that its 14-game season would start June 24 as an alternative of June 5.
The announcement comes as interprovincial journey restrictions are being carried out in Canada to take care of a 3rd COVID-19 wave.
The CFL pushed again the beginning of the 2021 season, lowering the variety of video games attributable to COVID-19
CEBL is coming into its third season.
The league performed its 2020 season in a bubbly atmosphere in St. Catherine, Ont.
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It was the primary skilled sports activities league to renew sport in Canada after the worldwide pandemic was shut down in March 2020.
The CEBL is made up of seven groups: Fraser Valley Bandits (Abbotsford, BC), Edmonton Stingers, Saskatchewan Rattlers (Saskatoon), Hamilton Honey Badgers, Ottawa Blackbacks, Gulf Knighthawks and Niagara River Lions.
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