Basketball Belgium, AWBB and Basketbal Vlaanderen decided to suspend all games until Sunday August 30.
All the tournaments and friendly games are not allowed during this period.
Trainings are subject to authorization from local authorities.
All the competitions will start on the weekend of October 2-4 at the earliest, to allow 4 weeks of preparation to all the teams.
Mons is supposed to play the first leg of the qualification round of the Basketball Champions League September 15 at home against Anwil.
Ostende should play the decisive leg of the BCL 2019-2020 Round of 16 against Tenerife September 16.