The NBA has reportedly informed the players of its security plan for health and safety protocols at its Orlando campus for the resumption of the 2019-20 season.
According to media reports, the league will use local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as experienced venue and contracted security professionals and team security staffs.
A source tells ESPN there will be no law enforcement within the campus, only outside to keep the campus secure.
Teams began individual workouts in their home markets Tuesday, when they were required to begin testing players every other day. Tuesday also marked two weeks before teams are scheduled to begin arriving in Orlando on July 7.
Games for the 22 teams who will resume play will begin on July 30, with the first round of playoffs set to start in late August. The NBA Finals are scheduled to conclude no later than Oct. 13.