NBA Enters Negotiations With Disney To Play Rest Of Season
We have been without NBA basketball for over two months now and it’s been a pretty hard thing to deal with at this point. Honestly, we just want some real sports content in our lives and with the Coronavirus ravaging its way around the world, it has become extremely difficult to get what we truly want. Either way, the NBA has been coming up with some interesting ideas that continue to get leaked to the outside world, thanks to some helpful NBA stars.
According to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN, things are really starting to get interesting as the NBA has just entered early negotiations with Walt Disney. Essentially, they are exploring their options and are hoping to use the Disney ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex as a bubble city in late July. The complex is located in Orlando, Florida, and would be an optimal location to close out the season.
NBA fans shouldn’t get their hopes up too soon. There is always a chance that a second wave of the virus could hit soon and this would result in some major setbacks for the league. However, if numbers continue to fall, there is a real chance this season could be finished before the Fall.
Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.