No NBA on November 8 to encourage the public to vote

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No NBA on November 8 to encourage the public to vote

The NBA announces on Tuesday that it will not schedule a match for Tuesday, November 8, the day of the midterm elections that will renew the two chambers of the United States Congress, in order to encourage the public to visit the offices of vote.

The North American League specifies that it will take advantage of the day of November 7 to ” amplify the work of each team in their respective markets in promoting civic engagement and sharing the means of voting made available by our partners. “That evening, the thirty franchises will be on the ground for fifteen scheduled meetings.

Usually, only the evenings of Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday in November), Christmas Eve, and NCAA Championship Finals Monday are “holidays” during the NBA regular season, as well as the days before and after All-Star Weekend in February.

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