UPDATE (1:20 p.m.) CJ McCollum gives some insight on why Portland voted no.

UPDATE (12 p.m.): NBA releases full statement on how season will restart, formats and important dates.

ORIGINAL POST: The NBA Board of Governors approved the 22-team plan to resume the NBA season in Orlando on their call Thursday morning, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

Wojnarowski reported that the vote passed 29-1, and Charania reports the Trail Blazers are the only team to vote against the plan.

Exactly why the Blazers voted against the 22-team plan is currently unknown. We’ll update you if we learn more.

Under the plan, the season will restart on July 31 with a goal to start the 2020-21 season on Dec. 1, according to Charania.

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