The NBPA has no interest in having the NBA send the eight teams left out of the original restart to Orlando for an offseason training camp once the first group of 22 games are eliminated, sources tell ESPN.

The concept is a non-starter for the union.

The only viable solution is for the NBA and NBPA to agree to voluntary workouts in the team facilities. 

Several of the teams are frustrated and angry over how far they feel they're falling behind the teams in restart.

"We are looking at nine months between games now, and if the season is delayed, we are looking at possibly a full year between competitive games," one GM told ESPN on Friday. "That's unprecedented in the history of the sport. We deserve help here."