Kyrie Irving created a professional player for the NBA bubble
Kyrie Irving is convening players in the league to express their concerns about continuing the NBA season.
With the corona virus pandemic and protests across the country, some people doubt whether the NBA should reconsider plans to restart games at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Such as @TaylorRooks, @Howard Baker According to reports, Brooklyn basketball star Kyrie Irving organized a conference call tonight to ask the players to discuss their positions. The source said that his mentality is that under racial tensions, he should not consider going back to the game. https://t.co/8W8VaZMxQh
-Chris Haines (@ChrisBHaynes) June 12, 2020
Many participants are expected to discuss this issue on the phone.
up to now, NBA It is planned to arrive in Orlando in early July and start the game at the end of the month.
Twenty-two teams will participate in the so-called “bubble league” and players and their families will be isolated at the resort.
The team will play eight regular season games, then the eighth seed playoff, and then the playoffs.
The NBA proposed this model to help raise funds from the loss of income caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even if there are no fans in the stands, due to the lack of sports content in the past few months, the ratings should reach the highest in history.
But Irving’s phone raised a new question about how much support players will receive in the restart of the season and whether they can decide to withdraw from the bubble league.
Irving has some good points about security and priorities, but ultimately it’s up to the player who wants to play and the one who doesn’t.
Everyone wants to be heard, but it seems that the transaction has been completed, and that the return of the NBA, which was confirmed about a week ago, now seems doubtful.
This post is written by Justin Hickey