Bendigo Basketball Association is working through the recently released guidelines that are in place to assist with the sport's return.
It was announced last week that players were able to return to outdoor training, under strict health and safety guidelines aimed to minimise the transmission of COVID-19.
Basketball Australia also released a set of protocols to be used to get the game back on court.
BBA president Ben McCauley said planning was underway on how the organisation would undertake a return.
"We're trying to find out the current avenues in regards to conducting outdoor training sessions," McCauley said.
"In doing so we are very mindful of the risk it may pose to the premises where the courts are located.
"We are not allowing teams to go out and train as we don't want to compromise anyone's health and safety and the last thing we want to do it put basketball on the back foot."
The guidelines have been released, but an actual return date for play is yet to be announced.
"We will wait for updates to come through from Basketball Victoria for the return date," McCauley said.
"But our plan at the moment is to look at what processes we need to put in place around requirements such as cleaning and sanitation, all those sorts of bits and pieces so we can do it in a safe environment."
After the announcement last week that outdoor training sessions in groups of up to 10 people were allowed, Basketball Victoria developed a set of protocols which must be adhered to.
"Basketball Victoria supports this approach, as it recognises that sport and exercise play a critical role in the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of Victorians, but importantly this must be balanced with the risk of transmitting coronavirus," BV said in a statement.
Bendigo Basketball Association's ultimate goal is to work towards when players are able to return to the stadium for training and competition.
"There is heaps of work and planning to be done before we will even be able to step foot in the stadium," McCauley said.
"We of course have to wait for approval by Basketball Australia and Basketball Victoria, but also work with the Bendigo Stadium Limited on making sure all the requirements are in place.
"It won't be a matter of going straight back into games, we will need to phase it all back in as we don't want to rush into it and go backwards."
In the meantime BBA continues to hold online training and skills sessions with athletes from a range of its teams at a domestic and Braves level.
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