It's way too early to be able to predict how things will play out.
The medical protocols employed by our teams have traditionally been left to the best practices of team physicians.
We're continuing to work with the Hornets to analyze contingency plans, but no decisions have been made.
The goal is to get in a situation where both sides are comfortable.
We're trying to help them get back on their feet. Obviously, they have staff all over the place, and we're trying to help them select a place for training camp.
The medical protocols employed by our teams have traditionally been left t o the best practices of team physicians. However, in light of recent events that have occurred not just in the NBA but in other sports as well, we think it is prudent to follow up with our teams to find out what the norms are across the league.
Our policy . . . does not require a player to take a drug test at any point during a game, and we will ensure going forward that no testing is conducted during this time.
That's always been our policy.