The Miami Heat will reopen their practice facility at the AmericanAirlines Arena tomorrow for individual workouts. March 20, the NBA ordered all facilities closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The league suspended its season March 11.
The Miami Heat have been cleared to and will move ahead as planned for individual player workouts at AmericanAirlines Arena starting Wednesday. Still out of town are Jimmy Butler, Andre Iguodala, Solomon Hill, who all are in California. No COVID testing, but temperature checks.— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) May 11, 2020
Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reported that the team will limit workouts to three days per week. Jimmy Butler, Andre Iguodala and Solomon Hill have all quarantined in California and will not return to Miami for the workouts.
No more than four players will be allowed at the facility at a time. Group activities like practices or scrimmages are banned. Up to four assistant coaches or player development personnel are allowed to supervise workouts at a time. Head coaches cannot attend the workouts.