22 NBA teams will return to complete their season in Disney World. And soon, we’ll know exactly when we can catch the games!
Two major professional sports leagues — the National Basketball Association and Major League Soccer — are preparing to resume play in Walt Disney World.
And today, representatives of the two Orlando teams (NBA’s Orlando Magic and MLS’s Orlando City Soccer Club) presented to Florida’s Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force to share their plans as they get ready to PLAY BALL (ok, that’s baseball, I know…) at Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. [Read more…]
It’s official, folks! The NBA is coming to Disney World!
While we’ve already found out where the teams will likely be housed on Disney property and what amenities they should be able to experience, there have still been some discussions over what the safest ways to conduct the NBA’s season are currently.
As select Walt Disney World hotels gear up to reopen on June 22nd and the theme parks in mid-July, we learned that even MORE Disney World Cast Members will be going back to work soon.
It’s really happening — the NBA is coming to Disney World.
Since the announcement that the NBA would be finishing their season in the Most Magical Place on Earth, news about the league’s accommodations has been trickling in. Earlier today we found out where the players would be staying, and now we know a little bit more about the amenities they’ll receive during their stay.
It seems like there’s always something special happening at Disney World!
But even though some three-day weekends and holidays tend to bring heavier crowds to Disney World, you really need to know about these more unique events if you’re trying to avoid lots of people!
Although Milwaukee Bucks player Robin Lopez has spoken out about the NBA’s stay (in three different resorts on property) at Disney World in the most entertaining way possible, Mayor Jerry Demings is also chiming in about the sports leagues return.
It’s no secret Disney World has REALLY been keeping us on our toes lately!
Not only have there been a ton of new announcements regarding transportation and hotel services for guests once the resorts reopen, but now that MLS and NBA players are headed to Disney World, there’s been a ton of questions over where these pro athletes will be housed!
Disney World is providing a solution for the return of major league sports.
Last week, it was officially determined that the NBA would be resuming its 2020 season at Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex — and they’re not the only ones. Also coming to the complex for a season reboot is Major League Soccer! Today, the league announced some more details and WHEN they’ll be going for the goals again. Take a look!
But while NBA players won’t be allowed to roam the theme parks during their downtime when they’re being housed at Disney World, one very big Disney fan has something to say about it!