Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN has reported that beginning on May 1, the NBA is allowing teams to open their practice facilities to players in cities and states where local governments have eased stay-at-home orders.
During March, Commissioner Adam Silver told all organizations to close their facilities to players and staff until further notice
The NBA is still unsure on if/when it can play again. But getting players safely into gyms was a priority. Still, teams remain prohibited from holding group workouts or organized team activities.
As Georgia moves toward opening certain businesses -- including gymasiums -- some players were asking their teams if they should consider traveling there to find a way to play. Organizations wants players in safe/clean team environments, not a fitness center in suburban Atlanta.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) April 25, 2020
Many players left their the markets in which their teams play during the shutdown. According to Woj, it's expected that organizations with open facilities could let opposing players living locally use their gym on a limited basis.