If you were curious about what life is like for NBA players currently quarantining at Disney World, Josh Richardson likely answered a few of your questions Friday night.

In an Instagram Live, Richardson gave a thorough tour of his room. He showed his wardrobe, gaming setup and various amenities at the Grand Floridian Hotel. 

Though the neighbor situation sounds a bit mysterious to Richardson, given that he’s had to stay in his room, he said he knows Mike Scott is nearby because he could “hear him screaming on his GTA headset this morning.” 

Richardson also gave an update on rookie Matisse Thybulle, who memorably had not satisfied his teammates’ desire for biscuits on a road trip earlier this season. The quantity of biscuits Thybulle dragged on to the Sixers’ flight to Florida was sufficient, according to Richardson.

“Matisse did a good job on the plane,” Richardson said. “He did what he had to do.”

What are Richardson's teammates up to?

Joel Embiid is joking about the food and Tobias Harris has crossed paths again with his old friend Boban Marjanovic.

Ben Simmons is unsurprisingly playing video games, while Marial Shayok caught an old Iowa State game on television.

Soon enough, the Sixers will be able to leave their rooms and play basketball, as long as they return negative coronavirus tests. The team’s first practice is set for Saturday, while its first scrimmage is scheduled for July 24. 

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