All three conferences of the 2020 NBL1 season have been cancelled.
The NBL, in conjunction with Basketball Victoria, Basketball Queensland and Basketball South Australia, have notified clubs of the decision not to proceed with the 2020 season.
The decision follows the indefinite closure of indoor sports centres because of COVID-19. All three conferences - NBL1 South, NBL1 North and NBL1 Central - had already been postponed until May.
The Ballarat Miners and Rush last week withdrew from the South season.
"Obviously this is unfortunate but it is the most appropriate decision under the current circumstances. The health and safety of players, staff and officials as well as the wider community comes first," NBL chief operating officer Andy Crook said in a statement.
"We also want to allow the clubs to focus on re-establishing grassroots basketball as a matter of priority when the time is right.
"I want to acknowledge the efforts of everyone involved in NBL1, in particular Basketball Victoria, Basketball Queensland, Basketball South Australia and all of our clubs and players.
"We will work with them as we continue to monitor the situation and work towards resuming basketball at a community level at the appropriate time."
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