Brooklyn Nets Will Re-Open Their Practice Facilities After Permission Has Been Granted From Governor Andrew Cuomo

Anthony Sain

Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo has the State of New York set to re-open for sports teams and the Brooklyn Nets are set to begin allowing their players to return to use the facilities for practice and training camp if the NBA resumes its season. 

New York was hit harder than any other state by the COVID-19 pandemic but they are now attempting to return to some sort of normalcy as far as sports are concerned.  The Nets organization also reportedly asked for special permission to be granted for them to practice and hold training camp in the "bubble location" which is looking to be Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

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