The NBA face masks are out on the NBA store, with the promise of some of the proceeds from it going to coronavirus related charity.
The spread of coronavirus has been seen throughout the entire world. One of the measures that can be taken to reduce the spread of the virus is wearing face marks.
The NBA has introduced face masks on their online stores. The masks are available in designs for all the 30 teams part of the association.
These masks are trendy, fashionable and can be worn with fervour while watching your favourite team battle it out in the NBA Bubble in Orlando.
However, the NBA face masks cannot be worn by medical professionals of any sort.
NBA face masks: Prices, Where to buy them?
The NBA face masks are available on the online NBA store.
They are available in designs of all the 30 teams playing in the NBA.
Masks are available in pairs of 2,3, and 4 and even sold separately.
- A single mask costs $14.99.
- Masks in pairs of 2 cost $19.99.
- Masks in pairs of 3 cost $24.99.
- Masks in pairs of 4 cost $29.99.
- NBA face Masks are available in adults and kids sizes.
The face masks can be bought here.
The masks are also available on NBA online stores in Asia- Pacific, where all the proceeds will go to Direct Relief, an organization working to benefit communities affected by COVID-19.
Rep your team and stay safe! https://t.co/IJAQcAPtYk
— NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) July 16, 2020
In the US, all proceeds from the NBA face masks will go to the ‘All in Challenge’ Foundation that is working towards food security for all during these challenging times
NBA Bubble Protocols
The NBA has put in strict protocols at the Orlando Bubble to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
Players and team members will always have to wear face masks, practice social distancing, and aren’t allowed to leave the Bubble.
The NBA has even put in a ‘snitch hotline’ to report any breaking of the protocols. There have already been controversies around masks in the bubble, with Dwight Howard apparently refusing to wear one and James Harden sporting a ‘blue lives matter’ one.