Memo: NBA coaches can begin working with players on June 23

The NBA has given teams a full training camp timeline, with head coaches allowed to work with players beginning June 23, according to a memo obtained by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Players traveling outside of the U.S. need to report by June 15 to team markets -- with the rest of players arriving by June 22, according to the memo.

Beginning on June 23, a head coach can be one of the two coaches working with players in voluntary workouts, the memo outlines.

Training camp is scheduled from July 9-29 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Kissimmee, Florida, with three intersquad scrimmages, according to the memo.

Other key dates, according to the memo:

  • Season restarts on July 30.

  • Playoffs begin Aug. 17 and conclude no later than Aug. 29.

  • Family and guests of teams may arrive in Kissimmee on Aug. 30, as teams that have been eliminated from the playoffs are departing.

The league expects the NBA Finals could start by Sept. 30.

Teams are allowed to bring as many as 17 players to Florida, including 14 or 15 players on a standard NBA contract and additional two-way spots.