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The NBA is planning to allow teams to bring up to 17 players per roster into Orlando, increasing the previous limit of 15.

That will likely include the 15 players under standard or 10-day contracts, as well as two players who are on two-way contracts who previously spent time in the G League.

In a normal season, two-way players are allowed to be on the bench during playoffs, but they can’t play in those games.

It remains to be seen if two-way players will be able to play in postseason games this season, or if they will only be able to play in the eight seeding games.

In late June, teams are also expected to be given a “transaction window” where they can make roster moves.

Teams are still expected to be restricted to traveling parties of around 35 people when they head to Orlando.