Welcome to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando -- also known as the bubble.
This site is currently home to 22 NBA teams who will be participating in the NBA's restart amidst the coronavirus pandemic. All teams have arrived or will arrive, in Orlando by the end of Thursday.
As players, coaches, and team employees embark on this new life inside of the bubble, it's only imminent that they'll take to social media to share the experience with the public.
Here are the best reactions from inside the bubble so far.
Wizards forward, Admiral Schofield committed a rookie mistake by leaving his HDMI cord back at home. How else is he supposed to play Call of Duty Warzone?
Forgot my hdmi chord.. so hurt😭— Admiral Schofield 🐺 (@admiralelite15) July 8, 2020
Luckily, after some undisclosed negotiations, Schofield came out on the winning side.
Found one !😭 good money‼️— Admiral Schofield 🐺 (@admiralelite15) July 8, 2020
Brooklyn Nets point guard Chris Chiozza and Denver Nuggets shooting guard Troy Daniels both took fans behind the curtain of what the food accommodations were like and NBA Twitter had a field day making fun of it.
WE GOT THE FULL MEAL pic.twitter.com/PXZbAIcxGP— Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) July 8, 2020
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverly is looking out for any players that might've under packed for the bubble, we think.
Wizards small forward, Troy Brown Jr. has recently started streaming his PS4 gameplay, now he's teasing the possibility of a vlog series? NBA plater or YouTuber? We'll take both.
Thinking about do a vlog for the bubble 🧐 can’t decide tho— Troy Brown Jr (@Troy_Brown33) July 8, 2020
Orlando Magic shooting guard, and Davis Bertans hater, Evan Fournier gave the public a tour of the resort he and his team will be staying in during their time at home.
Nice accommodations if we're being honest.
Evan Fournier giving a tour of his hotel room at the bubble... pic.twitter.com/bUoU2ZOyHt— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) July 8, 2020
This tweet from Wizards shooting guard Jerome Robinson may not particularly be bubble related, but he definitely poses a great question.
I wonder how much shampoo has slipped thru my fingers🤔😂 gotta be a few cases worth..— Jerome Robinson (@Rome_Coldbucks1) July 8, 2020
Lastly, Memphis Grizzlies power forward Jaren Jackson knows the team has a good chance of making the postseason this year. With that being said, he left the fans with this simple Spongebob meme.
The bubble, enjoy.
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