The entire state is starting to slowly open back up, with restaurants, salons, bars, theaters, and more reopening their doors to customers. Sports teams are also hoping to get in on the action and start hosting games again, though they know how different games will have to be if they do. Greg Abbott thinks Texas sports should continue starting May 31, as long as they involve empty stadiums with no fans.\nOver the past weeks, the idea of sports returning with no fans has been discussed by multiple governors across the United States.\nGovernor Abbott was joined by California Governor Gavin Newsom and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with the idea that local sports teams should be able to start hosting games.\nAbbott said on Monday that a number of Texas sports teams can apply to hold games and events that wouldn't include fans starting on May 31.\nGames and live-streamed events could potentially start popping up next month!\nView this post on Instagram Anyone else❔❕ #DallasCowboys #CowboysNation A post shared by Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) on May 18, 2020 at 10:49am PDT\nThe sports that are included in Abbott's statement are the classic local favorites football, baseball, and basketball, along with softball, golfing, racing, and tennis.\nThe Dallas Cowboys, along with many other sports teams and players, have been more than eager to get back on the field for some action.\nCowboys players Leighton Vander Esch and Jaylon Smith took to social media to express their excitement to get back in the game.\nView this post on Instagram #TheLastDance concludes tonight! Where are y’all watching from, #SpursFamily? A post shared by San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) on May 17, 2020 at 5:15pm PDT\nTeams across the state including the Spurs have been posting throwback videos, photos, and highlights of previous games that had the crowd going wild.\nGames in the near future won't have any in-person spectators, which may make the games' overall atmosphere pretty different.\nView this post on Instagram Happy birthday to us! We're celebrating double digits (10 years!) TODAY! And what an amazing decade it’s been. In the past 10 years we’ve only gotten BIGGER with three additional acres added to the River Bluff Water Experience, an expanded fitness center, refreshed rooms and dining outlets and so many incredible experiences. We can’t wait to see what the next decade brings. And THANK YOU for being a member of our #jwsanantonio family ❤️ — Check back for more giveaways throughout the month as we continue to celebrate! A post shared by JW Marriott San Antonio (@jwsanantonio) on Jan 22, 2020 at 12:02pm PST\nGovernor Abbott took to the podium on Monday, May 18 to reveal the details of Texas' phase 2 that will begin this week.\nRestaurants can open at 50% capacity whereas bars, breweries, and bowling alleys can do so at 25%. Many different businesses may start to open their doors to allow customers once again, including salons, parlors, stores, malls, and more.