With the NBA drawing closer to an official return, a few Wizards players participated in voluntary workouts Thursday morning at the MedStar Performance Center.
The Wizards tweeted a video where you can find Moe Wagner, Admiral Schofield and Johnathan Williams working out all while practicing the NBA's social distancing guidelines.
Our guys are back in the Wizards MedStar Performance Center, participating in individual voluntary workouts! 💪— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) June 4, 2020
We are following all guidelines set forth by the NBA. pic.twitter.com/87q9UdKJaV
Based on the NBA's reported proposal to return to play in Orlando, 22 teams will play eight games to finalize the regular-season standings. Nine Eastern Conference teams, including the Wizards, and 13 Western Conference teams.
If the Wizards can draw within four or fewer games of the eighth seed in the East, they'll qualify for a play-in tournament to make the playoffs.
The Wizards weren't expected to contend for a playoff spot entering the 2019-20 season, but after a months-long hiatus due to coronavirus, Washington is arguably in a better position to make the postseason than before the season was suspended.
Time to get ready for it.
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