The Toronto Raptors will be the only team staging a training camp in Florida ahead of the NBA's return to play in Orlando, according to a National Basketball Players Association health and safety manual obtained by The Athletic's Shams Charania.
Raptors players will travel directly to Naples, Florida, during Phase 1 of the NBPA's protocol due to travel restrictions in Canada, according to the manual. The team will practice at Florida Gulf Coast University's Alico Arena.
Players from the other 21 clubs participating in the season restart will report to their respective team training facilities for the start of Phase 2, which begins June 23.
Toronto players will be permitted to work out at Alico Arena on a voluntary basis during Phase 1. They must contact team management in advance to schedule a time if they wish to partake in individual workouts or treatment sessions.
The Raptors are scheduled to remain in Naples until Phase 4.A begins. Other teams will begin traveling Orlando's Walt Disney World on charter flights or buses between July 9-11 ahead of the league's July 30 start date.