The Timberwolves are now among the growing number of NBA teams that have opened their facilities in some capacity. Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The Timberwolves will reopen their practice facility for voluntary individual workouts on Thursday, May 21, the team announced Wednesday in a press release.

According to the announcement, the Wolves worked in conjunction with local government officials, infectious disease experts and public health authorities in making their decision.

On top of the strict restrictions put in place by the NBA for teams reopening their facilities, the Wolves will enact a few of their own rules. According to the club, only one player and one coach will be permitted on the court at a time, and player workouts will be limited to 45 minutes. Additionally, contact tracing will be administered upon entry to the building, per the Wolves.

The Timberwolves will become the 18th team known to have reopened its practice facility for individual workouts. The Bulls, Celtics, Hornets, Knicks, Mavericks, Nets, Pistons, Sixers, Spurs, Suns, Warriors and Wizards are the 12 clubs that have yet to do so.

This article first appeared on Hoops Rumors and was syndicated with permission.

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