The NBA continues to work intensively on a restart. The teams expect that by June 1st there will be guidelines with which the teams can bring their players back to the cities.
Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe (both ESPN). At the same time, the rules for workouts are also to be relaxed to guarantee a return to gaming soon.
A plan is currently under discussion in which the teams will have two weeks to get their players together. After that, individual workouts should be scheduled for a further two weeks before you can train together as a team for two to three weeks.
Many executives now assume that gaming operations will only resume at the end of July. The favorite for the games remains Disney World in Orlando, while Las Vegas is only considered an outsider.
However, there are problems with the Canadian Toronto Raptors, among others. According to Canadian guidelines, these players would first have to quarantine themselves for 14 days if they were not in Canada.
The same would apply to other European NBA players such as Luka Doncic, the Mavs star is currently in his home country Slovenia. However, Commissioner Adam Silver also hopes for political support here, more specifically the Trump administration and the governors in the individual states.