The NBA is reportedly taking precautionary measures to increase teams' preparedness for the spread of coronavirus.
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, team doctors and trainers have a conference call set for Monday morning to discuss the next steps.
Meanwhile, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports that the league has asked all teams to have guidelines in place by March 10, including an arrangement with an infectious disease specialist, a testing facility, and a plan to limit team and arena staff.
In addition, the league is discussing the possibility of limiting locker room access to only players and team personnel, meaning media interviews would take place elsewhere, per Charania.
Charania also reported on Friday evening that the league has sent a memo to the 30 NBA teams explaining that they should be prepared to play without fans in attendance, with only "essential staff" at the games.
Marc Stein of the New York Times has also reported that starting on Tuesday it will be mandatory for teams to distribute hand sanitizer to all players and staff.