By Kristal Pinales
NBA players in the semi-finals are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their families after the NBA and NBPA negotiated to allow players up to four guests, as well as additional exceptions for children. The players’ families and guests are required to quarantine for at least a week away from the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex before taking a franchise charter flight to Orlando and having to quarantine for an additional four more days. Players will also be given one ticket per guest per playoff game. Lakers forward, Markieff Morris, told ESPN he is excited to see his family after a long time apart. The Her Sports Corner team anticipates a lot of riled up players on August 31, after players receive some much needed quality time with their loved ones.