Clippers the latest NBA team to re-open practice facility

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Starting Monday, the Los Angeles Clippers will become the latest NBA team to re-open its practice facility, after a two-month “pause”, per the Los Angeles Times.

Several states have ease stay-at-home order restrictions allowing the NBA organizations to gradually get back to their practice ground. In particular, Cleveland and Portland were the first to return, while Utah, Miami, and Orlando followed soon after.

The Los Angeles Lakers opened their practice facility for the first time in two months on Saturday. The players are allowed to work individually under the strict guidelines the NBA set in a memo being sent to the teams two weeks ago.

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