The Golden State Warriors are not part of the NBA resumption plan in Orlando having the worst record in the league (15-50), before the hiatus.

The NBA decided to restart the season on July 30, a plan that may have many ‘holes’ with the league and the players still measuring on how this is gonna work in reality.

The Warriors don’t need to worry about the complicated nature of the resumption plan and they’re happy for it.

According to the Athletic’s Ethan Strauss:

“Talking to Warriors officials, they’re ecstatic about skipping Orlando and not just because they’re avoiding an increasingly complex negotiation process,” The Athletic’s Ethan Strauss wrote per NBC Sports. “They know that skipping Florida means more time to focus and figure out a way forward. The trick is getting started.”

On the other hand, If the next season starts in December, Golden State will be nine months apart from their last basketball game.

During this time, the players can work only individually in the team’s facility under strict rules due to the coronavirus pandemic.