Thunder GM Sam Presti on resuming the Orlando season: “We have no idea how it will be.”
Sam Presti shared his thoughts on the 22-team format in Orlando and admitted that he cannot project what it will look like.
The NBA decided to resume the season in Orlando on July 31. General Manager of Oklahoma City Thunder, Sam Presti, spoke to several reporters about the matter during a conference call.
“We have no idea what that will look like, so we have no preconceptions, except that we have to be adaptable and familiar with the fact that things will not be as we are used to. Once you’ve got that over with, you can really put up with that kind of uncertainty, ”Presti per said The Oklahoman.
The seasoned NBA manager believes the league has made the best possible decision and says there is no “other choice”.
“We wanted to go with what was best for the league,” continued Presti. “We’ll play everywhere, so we’re completely happy with what the league has chosen.” I think everyone has to be. There is no choice. “
A “bubble” environment in Orlando is designed to protect players and employees from the corona virus, while each team’s travel group is limited to 35 people per person The athlete.
The NBA suspended the season on March 11, with the Oklahoma City Thunder being the fifth best team in the west with a record 40-24.