The NBA has informed teams that they can re-open their practice facilities on May 8th if their city has loosened restrictions on social distancing.
The Cavs, Nuggets, and Blazers are among teams who will re-open their facilities.
J.B. Bickerstaff said that Cavs coaches will wear masks and gloves, with players and coaches required to stand 12 feet apart.
The Mavs and Lakers, meanwhile, will hold off on re-opening their facilities.
Los Angeles currently has a stay-at-home policy until May 15th. Frank Vogel did not have a firm date on when the Lakers would return, but said he was not concerned by certain teams returning early from a competitive standpoint.
"There's a competitive balance element to this that I personally am not really all that concerned about. I think we're still a long way away from returning to play," said Vogel.
Mark Cuban added that he was not comfortable with the Mavs returning without widespread testing, and that he has no immediate plans to re-open facilities.