Stopped since March 11, the NBA season could resume “late July” in a bubble in Florida.
The NBA in a fairytale bubble at Disney World, near Orlando, to end its season? Maybe. In any case, it takes shape. And we are now far beyond the rumor stage. The powerful North American basketball league confirms this Saturday, through its spokesman Mike Bass, to have started “discussions with The Walt Disney Company on the restart of the 2019-2020 NBA season in late July at Disney’s Florida Wide World of Sports ESPN complex. ” The said Mike Bass also said that the players’ union (NBPA) was associated with these conversations. And we know that the players are generally rather favorable to a resumption of the season. In any case, LeBron James, Chris Paul, Stephen Curry and several of the Association’s biggest stars intend to weigh in to avoid the cancellation of the 2019-20 fiscal year.
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“data-reactid =” 25 “> With three rooms and XXL hotel capacities, this site has many advantages, especially since Florida has been less severely affected than other states by the coronavirus, which has made more 95,000 dead on American soil, so players would be able to train, play and simply live in this “bubble”, minimizing the risk of being in close or far contact with the virus. that there could have been talk of a resumption in mid-July. Apparently it would be rather late in July. It will in any case be necessary to count on several weeks of training for the players to regain a physical condition worthy of the name after many (…) Read more on sport24.com
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