Indiana Pacers president of basketball operations Kevin Pritchard says one of the club's players remains undecided on joining the team in Orlando for the NBA's restart.
Pritchard did not identify the player.
"We're giving him all the information, we're updating him, and then it's gotta be his decision because once you make the decision, you have to jump in both feet," Pritchard said, according to ESPN's Eric Woodyard. "You can't be straddling. You either have to be in or you have to be out. Again, no judgments on either way."
All-Star guard Victor Oladipo, meanwhile, hasn't clarified his playing status. The 28-year-old returned to action in January after missing a full year due to a torn quad tendon and was planning to ramp up his workouts this past week before making a final decision.
All 22 teams have until July 1 to finalize their rosters for Orlando.
"We have to know tomorrow about every player. I think we have one that is still on the fence. The one thing with him is we've given him a lot of space," Pritchard said. "This is a very personal decision and there won't be no judging or any way that he goes, we want to support. Obviously we want him to play, but it's a very individual decision and I don't want to be the kind of leader who says, 'you have to do it.'"
Indiana is set to resume play on Aug. 1 against the Philadelphia 76ers. The Pacers entered the NBA's hiatus with a 39-26 mark and currently hold the Eastern Conference's fifth seed.