By Kristal Pinales
The recent spike of Coronavirus outbreaks in Florida is jeopardizing the return of the NBA. There have been more than 4,000 new cases reported in Florida, forcing the league to reconsider the 2019-20 season. Players, coaches and staff have been asked to quarantine in their rooms for 36-48 hours and register two consecutive negative coronavirus tests before they start with their preseason practices. Some players are testing positive for COVID-19. Brooklyn Nets players DeAndre Jordan and Spencer Dinwiddle are two athletes who tested positive. The ESPN bubble has been open for weeks, but only one on none drills with coaches have been occurring. At this time, NBA games are scheduled to begin on July 30.