It would take 1500 people and 3 months in a bubble to finish the season – Brian Windhorst | The Jump

Rachel Nichols, Tracy McGrady and Brian Windhorst discuss the latest developments in NBA commisioner Adam Silver and the rest of the league’s attempt to finish the 2019-20 season, including one proposal in which players and personnel would play in a “bubble” at Walt Disney World resort in Florida.
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