The Chicago Bulls will not reopen their practice facility today, but have been given permission to open for individual workouts on June 3.
The Bulls have worked with state and local government officials to reopen the Advocate Center in accordance with NBA guidelines, K.C. Johnson.
According to the rules of the league, the training sessions on the course are voluntary and socially distant.
Johnson also notes that Bulls’ new executive vice president, Arturas Karnisovas, and GM Marc Eversley will soon return to Chicago after working remotely since hiring.
After the bulls opened their doors, there are now six remaining teams in the NBA with closed facilities.
These teams are the Boston Celtics, the New York Knicks, the Detroit Pistons, the San Antonio Spurs, the Golden State Warriors and the Washington Wizards.