A look at Damian Lillard's accommodations inside the NBA bubble
The NBA is back and in just weeks, 22 teams will take the court officially to resume regular season play for the first time in four months.
Players have been sharing photos of their food inside the league's bubble, and taken videos while shotgunning beers, golfing and fishing.
On Wednesday, Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum decorated his teammate Damian Lillard's door for his 30th birthday. The photo revealed Lillard was staying in the Disney's Yacht Club's exclusive digs, the Presidential Suite.
While we couldn't find exact photos of the Presidential Suite, the Turret Suite is nearly identical. Here's a look at what Dame's nautical chic accommodations inside "The Happiest Place on Earth" might look like.
The magical experience starts here in the Presidential Suite, which looks like a luxury cruise ship cabin if you ask us.
The space is approximately 2,017 square feet and features a two bedroom, two-and-a-half bath layout.
The master bedroom offers a king bed with a light bronze leather headboard, chaise lounge, bureau, TV, and of course, there's a balcony to take in lake views.
If this doesn't give you captain of the ship vibes, we don't know what does.
Take in views from one of the living room spaces in the Presidential Suite to see beautiful Crescent Lake.
This parlor is separated by a privacy wall and is an ideal space for Dame to drop bars or record a new soundtrack as rapper Dame D.O.L.L.A. He did bring his recording equipment, after all.
Dine like a five-time NBA All-Star when you sit at this table accompanied by a chandelier hanging above.
The NBA flew an executive chef to the Disney World campus after numerous complaints from players made their rounds on social media, so hopefully Dame is eating well in this dining space.
Besides, who doesn't want Mickey waffles?
NBA families are not allowed in the bubble until the seeding games and first round of the playoffs are complete.
So, that likely means Dame's second bedroom sits empty.
Hopefully, he has found some way to occupy the space. We imagine it'd be a solid reading space or Book Club space for Lillard and his Trail Blazer teammates to take in McCollum's recommended books or a sip of McCollum's new wine.