NBA to expand team rosters



NBA to expand team rosters

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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