Warriors reportedly could return to practice facility on June 15

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry, left, speaks with assistant coach Ron Adams during NBA basketball practice on Friday, May 13, 2016, in Oakland, Calif. The Warriors play the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Monday. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

San Francisco announced on Thursday a multi-phase plan to reopen the city. According to that plan, the Golden State Warriors could return in practice facility on June 15, per East Bay Times.

The Warriors are expected to be eliminated from any NBA plan to resume season, as they are the only one of the league’s 30 teams to be mathematically eliminated from the postseason.

The Warriors had the worst record in the NBA, being in the bottom of the Western Conference standings with 15 wins and 50 losses before the season came to “halt” due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Nonetheless, the “Dubs” will follow every step in the process to help players return to the court, according to East Bay Times:

“Once we receive approval by the County Health Officer, we plan to open our practice facility for voluntary workouts with our players,” the team said in a statement released Thursday. “In doing so, we will follow all health and safety protocols and procedures implemented by the NBA, the City and County and our own additional Covid-19 measures.”