Transcript for NBA faces new setbacks amid COVID-19 crisis
We shift to the return of sports. The final NBA team as riving in Orlando to enter that so-called basketball bubble as they prepare to restart the season but the covid outbreak created some setbacks. Will reeve in Florida with more for us. Good morning to you. Reporter: Good morning, T.J. With the final teams arriving on site in this nonweatherproof bubble, it is in full effect and as we've reported, players and staff must self-isolate for 48 hours when they arrive and then need to get two negative coronavirus tests 24 hour as part before they can begin practicing. Some teams have started their practices already and we've been getting glimpses inside the bubble from the players themselves on social media. A lot of video game setups in their rooms. Talked about players only lounges with ping-pong tables look good. Patrick beverleyly of the clippers saying the bubble is what you make it. Covid concerns are, of course, top of mind. Strict protocols in place regarding mask wearing and the integrity of the bubble overall. Superstar Joel Embiid was seen wearing a full body protective suit for the flight down here. Two Washington wizards players, it was announced yesterday, did not travel down here at all due to positive tests and the NBA has faced some criticism regarding testing and the frequency and some say it could take away resources for more vulnerable members of the popular in Florida as cases surge, T.J. We appreciate the sports and weather report from him down in Florida. Thank you. Really coming down down there.
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