I hope you and your families are all doing well and staying safe.
I am a hockey fan first, before any other sport (Sorry :)) Although I enjoy and follow NFL, CFL (again, sorry), and occasionally MLB, I do not have the same passion for them, so focusing on hockey here.
I have mixed feelings about the season possibly resuming. My initial thoughts are I think the season should just be cancelled and wait until next year. Why? I sympathize with all the people affected job wise (all the support staff around the teams, venues, and broadcast groups). I also see the impact potentially on the players and team staff, who could (depending how long they go in the playoffs) could be isolated/quarantined from their families for up to 3 months. However, resuming the season would be something for fans and players to look forward to, as something else to focus on, with the various events going on right now.That's where I look for other opinions.
Now, I am just an average guy, have never played teams sports in any organized manner, and cant relate to athletes that make millions of dollars. However, I feel for them in the sense that anyone who may have to be away from their family for that long, for reason of playing out a season for a 'game', Now, I assume there is normally not a lot of family time for the players in the NBA and NHL during long playoff series but assume they can still see their families.
So I am a little conflicted in wondering what the 'right' choice is for this type of situation. I know there are many more factors involved but I guess I am just saying, for me, I would be fine if the season was just cancelled, even though it is a sport I do really enjoy following/watching.