The Knicks and Nets could see their players return to training in New York as early as next month. They could also go to Disney World to resume the NBA season.
Orlando, Florida, has become the first choice to support the resumption of the NBA season without fans, according to a report by The Athletic, with Las Vegas falling to the ground.
In the latest scenario presented in a conference call with players on May 12, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver raised the possibility of resuming the seasons in two distinct bubble sites: Las Vegas for the Western Conference and Orlando World Disney for the East .
Orlando, however, was considered to be one of the safest places of the coronavirus in Florida, which was partially reopened on May 4 and is reportedly now viewed heavily as the solo site.
According to an ESPN report, around June 1st Silver plans to issue guidelines so that players can return to their team’s host cities to start more involved training. According to sources, the training camp is expected to resume from mid to late June.
The NBA hoped to restart the season in mid-July.