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NBA Bubble Food: Players complaining about the food, but this what they will be having from here on

Saurav Sharma

NBA Bubble Food

The NBA Bubble food hasn’t received the best feedback in the 1st week of the bubble restart. Here we look at the menu from hereon.

NBA Players will have a whole lot of options when they complete their quarantine period. Special teams will be catering to the need of nutritious food for every individual player according to their demands.

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NBA Bubble Food not welcomed

22 teams are invited to Orlando for the season restart. All teams have landed in Orlando with players showing their fans how they will be spending their three-months in Walt Disney World Facility.

The major concern for the players is the kind of food they have been receiving in their first 48 hours of the quarantine period.

Denver Nuggets guard Troy Daniels was the first player to raise concern over the food in his Instagram story. 76ers center, who arrived in a full body suit in Orlando also questioned the quality of the meal. Ben McLemore and Lakers’ new signing J.R. Smith were also bothered with the food they were receiving.

Players  however, have been promised that food of various kinds will be made available to the players as and when things are in full swing inside the bubble.

Better options will be available after the isolation period

According to USA Today, the NBA has tied up with an executive chef and a chain of restaurants that will provide the players with the food they wish to have. The players will also be able to access various restaurants inside the Walt Disney Facility.

NBA announced a statement that said “Each of the 22 NBA teams were paired with a Disney culinary team, who will meet each NBA team’s nutritionists regularly to create menus to support specific team needs” 

The statement further explained “ After clearing quarantine, players will also have access to various restaurants on campus and delivery options to choose from. Players will receive three meals a day and four meals on game days. There is never a shortage of food options – players can always request additional food by speaking with their team nutritionists.”

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Players aren’t entirely convinced about the NBA Bubble restart, with the food concerns only the first of many that are sure to spring up in the days to come.

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