But under this new format, by the time the 2020-21 seas…

But under this new format, by the time the 2020-21 season starts, the Cavs will have gone nine months between games. Who knows what they will look like? Who knows how much time will be in between team-organized mandatory workouts? The Cavs — and other non-playoff teams — don’t currently have those answers. According to sources, one member of the team’s front office has spent the last few days working on that project specifically, letting the league know what the team needs/wants during this unprecedented hiatus. Sources say the Cavs plan to push mandatory training camps during the summer because of the unique circumstances to their shortened season. But whether they actually win that battle remains to be seen.
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Paul has a $44.2 million player option for 21-22 with the Suns that he could decline to become an outright free agent. Paul could also pick up the option and sign an extension with the Suns. “The feeling within the league now is that Chris Paul is going to stay put in Phoenix,” said Brian Windhorst on The Hoop Collective podcast. “The belief is Chris Paul will not ever be on the open market.”