Sports Illustrated announced Thursday that the NBA officials are researching the possibility to hold the whole Playoffs in Las Vegas but nothing is near settlement.

The report also cited several league and club sources saying there is no chance of staging a typical NBA playoffs involving travel between cities due to different impacts of the deadly disease in different areas as well as potentialy travel issues.

The only solution, with Las Vegas as one big city for the league, is to have quarantines for teams in a one-stop location playing on an empty court, an NBA source told Sports Illustrated.

A CNBC report last week said the NBA has considered many scenarios but was not near finalizing any one-site plan, including a tournament idea that would send 16 teams in a reduced best-of-five first round, then two knockout stages to decide which teams would play a best-of-seven NBA Finals.

The NBA stages Summer League events annually in Las Vegas and so has relationships in place with hotels and arenas that could accomodate such a playoff.

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