NBA GMs want as much lineup versatility as they can get heading into the restart of the league in Orlando.

They’re going to get some– and not simply the GMs of the 22 groups headed to Orlando, all 30 teams can make relocations in an upcoming “transaction window” reported by Adrian Wojnarowski and Bobby Marks of ESPN.

Starting most likely June 22 and lasting about a week (the details are not completed and sent teams) there will be a one week “transaction window” where groups can do things such as:

* Convert two-way gamers to routine contracts

* Indication totally free agents to contracts (Jamal Crawford is the most significant name offered).

* Transform gamers on 10-day contracts to basic contracts for the rest of the season (the Clippers signed Joakim Noah to a 10-day right before the shutdown, for instance).

Not every team has a roster area to make a move (for instance, Boston is full up), however for groups with gamers out for the postseason– the Internet with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, Dallas with Dwight Powell, Utah with Bojan Bogdanovic– it offers groups a possibility to complete their lineup.

Teams still will only be able to bring 15 players to Orlando, any replacement gamer brought in later would have to go through a quarantine period.

Throughout the seeding games, if a gamer tests positive for coronavirus and needs to be quarantined, or if a gamer suffers an injury that will have him out for a substantial time, teams can fill that lineup area from a swimming pool of their two-way players and guys who were on G-League contracts.

ESPN’s Marks had excellent tips for the league; however, these likely do not get implemented.

In reality, this is not going to matter much. If a starter or quality rotation gamer tests favorable for the coronavirus in the Orlando “bubble,” he will be quarantined 7 to 2 week (that specific time frame is not public yet). In that window, the group will need to fly out their two-way replacement gamer, quarantine him for 10 days, and after that is the coach going to put a non-NBA gamer who has not been practicing with the team into a playoff game? Not a possibility. The team will simply suffer the rotation gamer and hope he can return to action prior to they are eliminated.

That said, at the end of June there will be some roster relocations by groups, establishing their postseason run.