Players-only lounges in each hotel will be tricked out with video games, arcade games and ping-pong tables, as well as plenty of furniture for literal lounging.
Teams will stick to their own indoor training and meeting rooms, but they can take advantage of as many leisure activities as possible, including use of the resort pools, golf (no sharing carts), tennis, bowling, boating and fishing—the 6-feet, no-contact rule applies throughout. The NBA is also planning to offer VIP outdoor entertainment options such as movie screenings, DJ sets, live music and stand-up comedy, with audiences required to try to stay 6 feet apart from each other. Even outdoor card games are limited to six people at a time, with no deck of cards to be used more than once. And if they ante up indoors, they have to wear masks. Meanwhile, the NBA is said to be working on figuring out access to the nearby Disney World rides and attractions.
Team chefs will craft full daily menus befitting the players’ needs, but restaurants and bars will also be open for dine-in service (at 50 percent capacity) if they want to grab food and drinks on their own dime. And, bubble residents can book appointments with approved barbers, hair braiders, manicurists and pedicurists.
And to keep their minds in fighting shape, teams will have access to yoga, meditation, online chaplain meetings and mental health services.
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