Most NBA coaches prefer to organize their own mini camps, not a second league bubble
The NBA is working on a plan to complete a second “bubble” in Chicago for teams that have not been invited to Orlando to start the season.
However, most of the Delete-Eight NBA trainers prefer to hold their own training minicamp in their cities rather than complete a second bubble per person Jackie MacMullan from ESPN.
Piston coach Dwane Casey said he conducted an informal poll among coaches who are not in Orlando, and he says the majority of them prefer to run their own mini-camps.
“We’d rather do that than blow the bubble,” Casey said, “because unlike those teams in Orlando, we wouldn’t be playing for the same reason.”
“The reason we want these mini camps is to bring our team together, to have this camaraderie, to improve and to enjoy a competition. We believe that we can safely do this in our own environment. We can’t let these guys sit around without anything from March 11th through December. It will hurt her career. It’s been a long layoff. “
The Atlanta Hawks, the Chicago Bulls, the Charlotte Hornets, the Golden State Warriors, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Detroit Pistons, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the New York Knicks are the eight teams that will not participate in the Orlando bubble.
In addition, multiple players, especially veterans, expressed their concerns about a second bubble from the base of their team.
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