The Chicago Bulls won’t re-open their practice facility today, but have been given the go-ahead to open for individual workouts on June 3.
The Bulls have worked with state and local government officials to re-open the Advocate Center in compliance with NBA guidelines, according to K.C. Johnson.
Under league rules, the on-court workouts will be voluntary and socially distanced.
Johnson also notes that new Bulls Executive Vice President Arturas Karnisovas and GM Marc Eversley will be returning to Chicago soon, after working remotely since being hired.
With the Bulls opening their doors, there are now six remaining teams in the NBA with closed facilities.
Those teams are the Boston Celtics, New York Knicks, Detroit Pistons, San Antonio Spurs, Golden State Warriors and Washington Wizards.