If any Milwaukee Bucks players get some early work in next month, it won't be in Wisconsin.
The NBA announced this weekend that teams in certain markets could host voluntary workouts for their players. "Certain" applies to teams that are not under restrictions from the local government. The league has said that it will work with franchises that are under stricter orders like Milwaukee. According to ESPN, some GMs have expressed concern about the decision. The same report also said that more time is needed before a timetable can be set for the season to resume for the first time since mid-March.