Phoenix Suns: 10 peculiarities about the Disney Bubble

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Phoenix Suns (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

Phoenix Suns (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

When the Phoenix Suns return to play at Disney World, they will have an array of rules to follow, some of which are a little more peculiar than others.

Wear a mask in public. Wear a mask in public. Wear a mask in public. Okay, now that is out of my system, let’s talk about some of the Walt Disney World rules, safety measures, and downright oddities the Phoenix Suns and the other 21 teams will have to abide by when the NBA returns.

The league released a 113-page document detailing all of the regulations, protocols, schedules, etc. teams can expect in this much-discussed bubble environment. It’s thorough, but on top of that, it’s also creative.

Don’t take my word for it, the nation’s most famous healthcare professional, Dr. Anthony Fauci, called it creative in his interview with Stadium.

Okay, so it’s creative, but is it safe? Yeah, I think it is. If fact, there are some areas where they may have gone a little overboard and that’s coming from a guy who started off this article by upsetting hundreds of readers by mask-shaming them.

On top of that, there are some straight-up weird rules, devices, and options that cause my face to jerk into a strange expression between laughter, confusion, and bewilderment.

NBA media gurus Shams, Woj, and Lowe worked overtime yesterday delivering much of this news, so if you want to scroll through their Twitter timelines for more detail, have at it, but here is a compilation of 10 of those tidbits ranked in no particular order.

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