Later, they had melee sessions, but without some of their key players. Brooks felt good to see his team training together after a long time and praised the NBA for making it possible.
“I thought the practice was exceptional, I was really worried because we hadn’t done anything live, “said Brooks (Via NBC Sports).
“I don’t know how they did it, how the NBA did it all. Our facility here, our gym is pretty incredible. The weight room is incredible. The hotels are great. All is well. I have no complaints. It’s like a road trip for us. “
Inside the bubble, players may be far from their families, but there are plenty of entertainment facilities available to wait for their time. They have access to rides and golf courses inside Disney World, in addition to facilities like the pool, video games and table tennis.
Ja Morant and Enes Kanter among those who praise the NBA for installations inside the bubble
Among the others who highlighted the positives inside the NBA bubble was rookie Memphis Grizzlies Ja Morant. he responded to those who complained about the facilities by saying that he was happy.
“My room is fine. The food is good. I am not a silver spoon, so I know how to live in the conditions. People complain, but I’m fine. ” Morant told reporters.
Ja Morant: “My room is fine. The food is good. I am not a type of silver spoon. ”
– Mark Giannotto (@mgiannotto) July 10, 2020
Enes Kanter of Boston Celtics also shared a short clip on Instagram showing the different types of snacks the NBA provided inside the bubble.
Enes Kanter presents all the snacks the NBA has provided to his players in Orlando and says, “I feel like we [NBA Players] should be a little more grateful and grateful. Thank you NBA ”#NBABubble pic.twitter.com/OoXLc1yycZ
– NBA BubbleReport (@TheNBABubble) July 10, 2020
As it stands, the NBA will resume its season on July 30 after a few practice games the week before.