By Krystal Pinales
The NBA has a tentative plan in place to resume play in late July at Disney World in Orlando. The league is getting ready to start group activities with strict precautions set in place. Failure to comply could lead to a warning, fine, suspension, or dismissal of athletes. NBA players will be required to wear masks throughout the basketball campus, and have been instructed to limit the amount of contact as much as possible with teammates and staff for the time being. The New York Times reports that anyone entering the Orlando “bubble” would be required to quarantine for up to 48 hours until they register two negative COVID-19 tests. Any players who leave the bubble environment would also have to undergo a 10-day quarantine upon their return to Disney, according to ESPN, and will need to register for two negative tests before returning to play. There is still uncertainty as to whether fans will be allowed in seats for the 2020-21 season.