Thunder re-open practice facility, permitted to conduct coronavirus tests

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The Oklahoma City Thunder opened up their practice facility, the Thunder Ion, for voluntary, individual workouts.

Players are expected to be in the gym today, according to Royce Young of ESPN.

The Thunder have also been given authorization to conduct coronavirus tests on players or staff who enter the building.

Their statement suggests that they will be able to test those who are asymptomatic, without negatively impacting the needs of the community.

The Thunder are the 17th team known to re-open its practice facility on a limited basis.

Along with the Thunder, the last few teams to publicly do so were the Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Clippers and New Orleans Pelicans.

The list below does not include the Thunder:

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