Mark Cuban is confident that the NBA’s plan to restart the season in Orlando will work perfectly despite the increase in positive coronavirus cases in Florida.
The owner of the Dallas Mavericks believes that isolating the Orlando bubble will create a safe environment for players, coaches, and staff.
“It’s not a typical arena environment and everything is exactly the same except that the fans aren’t there.” It is exactly the opposite. Everything is protected. This is the “Hotel California” – you check in and don’t leave. It is very specific to health and safety protocols.
Why should we go through all of this to form a bubble and then just let all the people who work in the arena or arena come and go as they please? That would destroy the whole purpose.
Trust me, we’re not going to screw this up because someone drank room service in Orlando the night before and then left … and gave the virus to someone.
We have gone overboard in all directions so that given the age of everyone, it is probably safer to be in the bladder than to be at home in Dallas or any other city, ”Cuban said of the Dallas Morning News.