NBA to allow teams in certain markets to open facilities on limitied basis

On Saturday Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the NBA would be allowing teams in markets where shelter-in-place orders have been loosened to open up facilities to players on an individual basis.

Woj was quick to add that the fact that this news has come out does not hint at the NBA resuming the season anytime soon.

Player and fan safety is paramount, so the league is not interested in trying to resume the league having players play in one state or any other alternative methods at this time. 

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