Noah Lolesio, 11. Andy Muirhead, 12. Irae Simone, 13. The Los Angeles Times was among the outlets reporting Silver suggested July 31 as a potential restart date when speaking on a conference call with the board of governors, citing unnamed sources familiar with the call.The NBA suspended play on March 11 in response to the coronavirus pandemic and multiple scenarios for resuming and completing the season are still being considered.Watch ESPN 30 for 30: Rodman doco and more basketball content on demand with KAYO. New to Kayo? Get your free trial now start streaming instantly >NBL: Bryce Cotton has made a shock decision to return to the Perth Wildcats after leaving the club at the conclusion of last season.One option would be to bring back all 30 teams to complete the tail end of the regular season before staging the playoffs an idea that appears to have little support with many of those teams out of post season contention.flat out don want to play, one unnamed executive told the LA Times of teams with no chance to make the playoffs.Also under discussion is the return of 20 teams, with competition being split into World Cup style pool play that virtually serves as the first round of the playoffs.Another suggestion would bring back up to 22 teams all that were within six games of a playoff spot when play was halted. The scenario would include some regular season games and a play in tournament for berths in the playoffs to follow.The league survey of general managers this week reportedly found that 53% backed the return of 16 teams those currently occupying playoff spots in the standings to go straight into the post season.In that scenario, however, the league could decide to scrap seeding by conference and instead seed teams by overall league standings.Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban spoke to ESPN on Friday, reiterating his enthusiasm for a plan that would bring back the top 10 teams from both conferences and give the lower ranked teams a chance to play their way into a 16 team playoff field.fair, it creates excitement, it gives all players a reason to play for the most part, Cuban said.Bogut hazy on futureNBL: This is not a retirement! Andrew Bogut has announced he is going to take some time to decide his next move and is not currently planning on returning to the Sydney Kings.He acknowledged that with so many permutations under consideration and with teams in varying financial situations that reaching a decision would be difficult.But he was confident in Silver ability to get all 30 clubs on board with a plan.sure Adam will do what he does best, Cuban said.