The move comes after more than six weeks of a suspension of all league activities on March 11, extended to use of team facilities on March 19.
Wojnaroski relates teams will be permitted to open facilities for individual player workouts, but group workouts will remain off the table for the present.
The move doesn’t suggest a return to play is necessarily imminent, but any such eventuality will require players in better shape than they are at present with no access to facilities and in many cases even a basketball hoop for many weeks. Co/yZSKsXedW1
– Adrian Wojnarowski April 25, 2020
The move by Georgia to begin allowing access to gyms and other businesses this week may have been a factor, as Wojnarowski reports some players were asking if they should travel to the area in order to be able to train – the teams preferring players use relatively safer franchise facilities.
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