(Portland, OR) -- Portland Trail Blazers forward Trevor Ariza won't be taking part in the NBA's return to play in Orlando. ESPN reports Ariza is opting out of playing so he can spend time with his son during a one-month visitation window. The forward is involved in a custody case and the mother of the child allowed for a one-month visitation during the NBA's quarantine period in Orlando. Ariza could lose an estimated one-million to 1.8 million dollars in salary. Players have until Wednesday to inform their teams if they're opting out of playing in the league's return.