The NBA’s board of governors and the players still inside the NBA’s bubble at Walt Disney World Resort will each meet at 11 a.m. Thursday as both sides continue to discuss how to proceed with the NBA playoffs.

The meetings will come after a historic day in the NBA, as all three playoff games scheduled to be played Wednesday — the Milwaukee Bucks vs. the Orlando Magic, the Houston Rockets vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers vs. the Portland Trail Blazers — were postponed after the Bucks chose not to play Wednesday afternoon.

After the Bucks eventually left the locker room some three hours later and read a statement explaining their decision, all players and coaches still inside the bubble held a meeting to discuss what will come next and whether the season would resume. Members of Blake’s family were connected with the meeting virtually, sources said.

While some in the meeting wanted to know why the Bucks made an abrupt decision without consulting any of the other teams inside the bubble — including the Magic, who were on the court inside AdventHealth Arena warming up until a few minutes before the scheduled tip-off before eventually going back to their locker room — Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown essentially said that wasn’t necessary and fully supported their decision..

Eventually, teams were polled about what their preference would be, and the Lakers and LA Clippers both voted to end the season, though sources stressed that no final decision on what will happen with the remainder of the season has been made.

Sources said it seems unlikely there will be games played Thursday, either, when the six teams still inside the bubble that were not scheduled to play Wednesday — the Celtics, Toronto Raptors, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Dallas Mavericks and Clippers — are scheduled to return to action.

Meanwhile, a source said that the league’s referees will hold a walk Thursday as a form of peaceful protest against the killing of unarmed Black men and women at the hands of police.

NBA legend Bill Russell tweeted Wednesday night that he was “moved” by the action taken by players for “standing up for what is right.” Russell, along with several of his Black teammates, boycotted an exhibition game in Lexington, Kentucky, during the 1961-62 preseason after the Celtics’ Black players were denied admission to several establishments during the road trip.