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[​IMG] Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City is pictured on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. | Steve Griffin, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz have taken a cautious and educated approach throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to do so.

Jazz Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Dennis Lindsey sat down for a video conference call with reporters Tuesday to discuss an array of topics, including the state of the NBA and the potential for opening up the practice facility in a limited capacity.

“My best guess is it will be after May 8,” Lindsey said of opening Zions Bank Basketball Campus to the Jazz players. “That’s because we want to make sure the facility meets all the league’s specifications, the local and state health officials protocols, and we’re going to be even more a little bit more stringent than those standards and creating our own standards.”

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The NBA is as eager as any organization, sports or otherwise, to get back to business as quickly as possible in the coronavirus era. But even as questions loom about the best way to move forward, commissioner Adam Silver and his lieutenants are harnessing, teaming the public’s safety right alongside that ambition to get started again.

For good reason, beyond the humanity of it all.

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