Report: Disney open to letting teams ship home-court floors to Orlando
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NBA teams may play on their literal home courts at Disney World this summer.

Disney is prepared to supply the league with the courts necessary to host the remainder of the season but would welcome clubs shipping their respective courts to its Orlando sports complex, reports Yahoo Sports' Keith Smith.

Playing on familiar hardwood is believed to be one idea the league is considering in order to satisfy requests for some sort of home-court advantage. Other ideas reportedly include giving higher-ranked sides extra possessions or an additional coach's challenge during games.

Team owners will reportedly approve a 22-team return-to-play plan that would see each team play eight regular-season games at the Wide World of Sports complex, followed by possible play-in tournaments for the No. 8 seed depending on the final regular-season standings. July 31 has reportedly been named as a target date for the league's resumption, while Oct. 12 is believed to be the last possible date for a potential Game 7 of The Finals.

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