NBA to Allow Practice Facilities to Open May 1 in States With Eased Stay-At-Home Orders

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ESPN reported Saturday that voluntary individual workouts could begin in states such as Georgia

The NBA is reportedly going to ease restrictions with regard to opening practice facilities in states that are beginning to relax their coronavirus stay-at-home orders, according to a report. (NBC image)

(FOX NEWS) – The NBA is reportedly going to ease restrictions with regard to opening practice facilities in states that are beginning to relax their coronavirus stay-at-home orders, according to a report.

ESPN reported Saturday that voluntary individual workouts could begin in states such as Georgia as soon as next week, on May 1, citing Adrian Wojnarowski’s league sources.

Wojnarowski tweeted about the news Saturday and said this new development doesn’t mean the league will attempt to salvage the current season, which was suspended until further notice back in March.

“NBA’s decision on opening practice facilities to players in markets where governments may be loosening stay-at-home orders doesn’t mean a resumption of season is imminent,” he wrote.

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