Cuban: NBA teams could try group seating for fans who isolate together
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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has some suggestions for how teams could arrange arena seating once fans are permitted to attend NBA games again.

In a Wednesday interview with FOX News' Sean Hannity, Cuban mentioned the possibility of allowing groups of individuals who have been quarantined together to sit beside each other at games.

"We don't even have to do every other seat," Cuban said. "When we get to where we are able to have fans, we can quarantine-group people together."

Cuban also expressed optimism about the NBA resuming its season.

"We're getting to that point, Sean, where we're going to be able to do some testing and hopefully be able to play games," he said. "I don't think we are ready for fans yet, but let us take that first step."

Orlando's Disney World has reportedly emerged as the top site should the NBA resume play this season, with mid-July being discussed as a possible target for a return date.

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