NBA players arrive in Florida

Games are set to resume there later in July, but the league’s commissioner is expressing concern. ABC News’ Kenneth Moton reports.
2:13 | 07/08/20

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The NBA is taking its first cautious steps toward re starting its season amid the pandemic. Players have started arriving in Florida but amid all the precautions they are still lots of concern. This morning several NBA teams are in Florida prepare to restart the season during the corner virus crisis. Players who live and compete and a so called bubble campus at ESPN's white world of sports complex and Disney World Orlando. But now the NBA commissioner is expressing concern. After a number of new positive test results in the league we won't be surprised when they first come down totally and we have some additional players. Commissioner Adam silver emits a surging cases could shut down the season again certainly actually he had any sort of shred a role when we were shut out. Inside the bubble a Disney which is ABC's parent company. Players will have 24 hour BIP counts Theres an on site barbers manicurist pedicure ist here breeders'. Along with players only lounges. I actually feel that Islam in experiencing more Dylan. They will lose Bagram you know whether that wasn't too bad but some players say it's a bad idea including star Philadelphia 76 or Joseph MB. I'm know I'm gonna do to wipe craze no on a bill that would warrant year old computer games ball where it's old. A little more repaired or early curable source. Mosul regardless. You do restraint. And this morning a new reality in other sports amid the pandemic ESPN is reporting the PGA has postponed the Ryder Cup a four year. In Major League Baseball the national Astros and cardinals have canceled teamwork als. Because the testing delays Atlanta Braves outfielder and it murky case is the latest high profile player to opt out of this season. To go out there in and play in. In front and environment with no fans this is as it's not a baseball the Yankees pitcher Zach Britton during his best to followed distancing protocols during a team scrimmage. Kicking the ball away to avoid touching it with his he has. People want sports to get back to business here for their soul a number of concerns there so we'll see how this all plays out.

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