This Twitter account exhaustively documents what life is like for NBA players in the bubble.
It’s really like basketball camp
The most interesting part of the NBA restart was never going to be the games. The playoffs happen every year, but they never happen under such dire circumstances. Locking down most of the league inside a half-abandoned amusement park at the center of an outbreak of a deadly disease sounds like the rejected plot of a movie. But it’s real life in 2020.
Luckily for fans, nobody in sports is as active on social media as NBA players. They’ve all arrived at Disney and have been posting on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok and YouTube about their experiences. You get to see what the food is like, how the courts are set up and, perhaps most interestingly, how they’re spending their free time.
With so many players posting so much, it’s a lot to
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