The NBA officials are hoping to finish the season sometime before Labor Day. ESPN on Tuesday reported league executives are hoping to host the championship game on Labor Day weekend. With about 13 to 16 regular-season games left to play, officials are discussing reducing the number of games remaining and the best-of-seven playoff series to best-of-five. This discussion follows the decisions made by Major League Baseball, which is close to moving its 2020 seasons to Arizona’s spring training facilities. League officials in the NBA have considered finishing the seasons in Las Vegas, where games would be played without fans, according to ESPN.