The Nets have announced they will be opening their practice facility for players to conduct voluntary workouts starting Tuesday.
Here's what the official statement said: "The organization will strictly follow the protocols outlined by the NBA and infectious disease experts to ensure that all precautions are taken."
This news comes after New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made it known Sunday that all professional sports teams are allowed to open their facilities to begin training for the return of their seasons. Brooklyn is the first New York team to act on this.
Currently holding the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference, the Nets certainly will be playing if and when the season returns. The league has yet to decide if all teams will be finishing out the regular season, or jumping straight into the playoffs.
In Brooklyn's case, it's also worth noting that multiple players on the team have tested positive for coronavirus in the past, including Kevin Durant.
It will be interesting to see which Nets show up on Tuesday, as many NBA players returned to their homes elsewhere during this self-quarantined time.