Acknowledging that no option would be risk-free during a pandemic, NBA commissioner Adam Silver said the concern shared by the league and its players about next month’s planned restart of the season at Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports complex is rising as virus cases in Florida keep climbing.That said, the league and the union finalized a deal that would resume the season and see teams start arriving at Disney in less than two weeks.The announcement was made the day Florida blew past its previous single-day high for coronavirus cases, recording 8,942 new infections over 24 hours, according to state Department of Health data.“We can’t sit on the sidelines indefinitely,” Silver said. “We must adapt. … We believe it will be safer on our campus than off it. But this is not business as usual. … We are left with no choice but to learn to live with this virus. No options are risk-free right now.”Many details of the plan were already known, such as how “stringent health and safety protocols” would be in place for the 22 teams that would participate and that no fans would be present.Once players get to Disney, they are to be tested daily. Testing is in an every-other-day mandatory phase now for the teams. The results from Tuesday’s first 302 tests found 16 players positive for the virus.“I think one (positive) would have been concerning,” union executive director Michele Roberts said. “But, God forgive me, I was frankly to some extent relieved that the number was not higher. … If nothing else, it told me that the great majority of our players have been doing exactly what they should have been doing to keep themselves safe.”Silver said it may be possible that a significant spread of the virus within the Disney campus “might lead us to stopping” the season again. He said the league had not precisely concluded what number of positive cases it would take.The NBA suspended its season March 11.“Ultimately … we’re coming back because sports matter in our society,” Silver said. “They bring people together when we need it the most, and they can show how we can balance public health and economic necessity.” In a schedule announced Friday night, the season would resume July 30 with a doubleheader of the Pelicans taking on the Jazz and the Lakers facing the Clippers. Times staff writer Romy Ellenbogen contributed to this report. • • • HOW CORONAVIRUS IS SPREADING IN FLORIDA: Find the latest numbers for your county, city or zip code. THE CORONAVIRUS SCRAPBOOK: We collected your stories, pictures, songs, recipes, journals and more to show what life has been like during the pandemic. SO YOU WANT TO LEAVE YOUR HOUSE? Read these 10 tips first UNEMPLOYMENT Q&A: We answer your questions about Florida unemployment benefits GET THE DAYSTARTER MORNING UPDATE: Sign up to receive the most up-to-date information . HAVE A TIP?: Send us confidential news tips We’re working hard to bring you the latest news on the coronavirus in Florida. This effort takes a lot of resources to gather and update. If you haven’t already subscribed, please consider buying a print or digital subscription.