NBA: ‘Bubble’ might still be needed in 2021 if US COVID situation doesn’t change
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The NBA ‘bubble’ experiment in Orlando, Florida has been working wonders so far.
Basketball has returned and there have not been any coronavirus-positive players inside the campus where games are going to be held for the next 3 months.
But NBA fans can only wonder if they will be able to watch live games again next season.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 28, 2020
According to NBA Players’ Association’s Michele Roberts, if the pandemic situation does not change in the United States, there might still be a need for a bubble to ensure overall safety of everyone involved.
US has millions of coronavirus cases and thousands have died from the virus.
It is still early to tell what will happen next year but the NBA is honoring all ideas as early as now for a good preparation for next season.
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