8 (Charlotte, Chicago, New York, Detroit, Atlanta, Minnesota, Cleveland and Golden State) of the 30 franchises in the NBA will not be in Orlando and they would like to be able to bring their players in for workouts, and even make face to the other teams end of table. Without recovery collective, it would make a stop of 8 months, an enormous considering the fact that the other 22 franchises will have a training camp and at least 8 games in the legs.
Because of this, according to The Athletic, most teams would be in favour of the establishment of a second bubble where they could train, compete, or even fight of the meetings on television. The subject was discussed at the last weekly conference calls of GM, and there would be optimism on the subject. The Hawks, Cavs and Pistons, would be the teams most motivated to put up a bubble, and some of the franchises have expressed their interest to accommodate everyone, including the Wolves. Houston and Las Vegas, which was a time considered to accommodate the resumption of the season, would be options.
It should be noted that the Knicks have expressed a reservation as to their participation, because their roster is made up of a lot of free agents who might refuse to be present. Remember that Steve Kerr had said that the Warriors were very interested in training, but in no case by matches against other teams.