The NBA has sent teams the ballots to vote on the prospects for the 2020 NBA Draft Combine and is evaluating possible dates for a virtual version.
The combine, which was originally scheduled for May 21-24 in Chicago, was postponed on May 1.
Teams are allowed to hold virtual meetings with prospects, but they cannot view live workout videos.
NBA scouts may not have the chance to do in-person evaluations at a combine this year, which would put more emphasis on game tape from the top prospects.
The draft is still currently scheduled to take place on June 25, but it is expected to be postponed as well.
College underclassmen also still have until June 15 to withdraw from the draft.