With the rapid spread of the coronavirus, some major sports leagues have been suspending or canceling seasons, with more leagues likely to follow suit. Here’s a list of what’s been canceled.


The NBA has suspended it season indefinitely after Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus Wednesday night. Jazz player Donovan Mitchell was the only other player to test positive for the virus.

Jazz players have reportedly said that Gobert was being careless with touching other players and their belongings in the locker room.

Raptors players have been told to self-quarantine over the next 14 days after playing the Jazz Monday night.


The NHL has suspended its season indefinitely after the news of Gobert testing positive for coronavirus.


The MLB will suspend spring training and will delay the beginning of the season by at least 2 weeks.


The NFL has postponed its year-end meeting

The NFL Draft could be postponed, or not have any people in attendance.

College Basketball

The AAC, Big Ten, Big East, Pac-12, Big 12, and SEC have all canceled their conference tournaments.

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Tournaments have been canceled.

College Hockey

The WCHA tournament has been canceled.

No fans will be in attendance for the NCAA Tournament.

Summer Olympics

The Summer Olympics in Tokyo could be postponed, the status of the events could be unknown through late May.

The ceremonial lighting of the flame in Greece scheduled for later this week will not have fans in attendance.


La Liga has postponed matched for at least 48 hours starting Thursday.

Juventus announced Wednesday that player Daniele Rugani tested positive for coronavirus.

The Seattle Sounders have postponed their March 21 match against Dallas.


The Seattle Dragons will host the Los Angeles Wildcats without any fans in attendance on Sunday.


Races will still be held, but fans will not be in attendance.


Intern James