The NBA Orlando courts for practice have just been released, with Disney Ballrooms converted into courts ahead of the restart.
NBA is set to return to action later this month, and the league is preparing for the teams’ arrivals in Orlando. The NBA has converted Disney ballrooms into practice courts for the team.
NBA Orlando Courts
They have been temporarily made in ballrooms of hotels inside the Disney resort. With each team having their specific practice floors.
The NBA earlier this week shared photos on social media showing that the preparations are underway and courts have been set up.
Ready for practice!
— NBA (@NBA) July 6, 2020
Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers can be seen in the post, with the Orlando Magic court right next to them.
The teams will have practice courts in close proximity. The timings of practice routines might differ for every team as they will have to follow social distance protocols.
It is a clear indication that the NBA is getting ready and so should the teams for the restart.
Also Read: NBA Scrimmage Schedule
What is the NBA Bubble travel schedule?
The teams have already begun training at their practice facilities. The teams will be traveling to Orlando from 7 July to 9 July.
Sources: Travel dates for 22 NBA teams to Orlando:
– July 7: Nets, Nuggets, Magic, Suns, Jazz, Wizards
– July 8: Celtics, Mavericks, Clippers, Grizzlies, Heat, Pelicans, Thunder, Kings
– July 9: Rockets, Pacers, Lakers, Bucks, 76ers, Trail Blazers, Spurs, Raptors
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 25, 2020
After a two day quarantine period and testings the teams will begin their training inside the bubble from July 11. There will be scrimmage or practice matches between teams starting on 23rd July. Each team will have 3 practice matches.
30th July the season will restart. With the Lakers vs Clippers being the biggest game on the first day.
Playoffs will begin from August 17 and the Finals are scheduled to end by 13th October. With the restart fast approaching more and more details will be unveiled about the NBA ‘Bubble’.