The NBA is planning to allow teams to bring up to 17 players per roster into Orlando, increasing the previous limit of 15.
Sources: The NBA is planning to allow teams to bring up to 17 players per roster (including two-ways) into the resumed season. Previous estimate was 15-player limit.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 11, 2020
That will likely include the 15 players under standard or 10-day contracts, as well as two players who are on two-way contracts who previously spent time in the G League.
In late June, teams are also expected to be given a “transaction window” where they can make roster moves.
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