22 NBA teams will return to complete their season in Disney World. And soon, we’ll know exactly when we can catch the games!
Just moments ago, we shared with you a few new details regarding NBA players being able to invite friends and family to Disney World after they advance through round one.
And now we’ve just learned which Disney World resort hotels the teams will be calling home sweet home while they finish their 2020 season at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex!
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!
Hey, guys! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and we’re recapping ALL the news you may have missed from the theme parks this week! And there’s a LOT of news!
The BIG news this week is that Universal Orlando has reopened with new health and safety protocols! And we were there LIVE reporting from opening day.
The NBA has confirmed that they’re in talks with the Walt Disney Company to potentially finish their season in Orlando.
While the NBA season was previously suspended in response to health concerns, the league is now considering potential locations where they could finish the season at a single site. We previously reported that Disney World is a potential frontrunner, and the NBA has now confirmed that Disney is one of the locations being considered.
In the past couple of weeks, we have seen several industries gradually resume business operations with a focus on health and safety.
When it comes to professional sports, Disney World may play a key role in hosting the rest of the 2019-2020 NBA season.
We’ve been keeping a close eye on the details that are being discussed by the Re-Open Florida Task Force as well as the local Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force.
Today, two of the Orange County committee’s subgroups met to discuss new ways to reopen businesses and bringing tourism back to Orlando, Florida.