By Stefan Djordjevic/ firstname.lastname@example.org
The NBA is working towards resuming the season on July 31 in Orlando’s Walt Disney World Resort and while the Dallas Mavericks big man Boban Marjanovic doesn’t what to expect, he’s positive they’ll have a good time in Disneyland:
“I can’t imagine what it will all look like, but I believe that it will be something similar to the World Cup, as well as that all security protocols will be detailed and clearly defined. In general, the NBA always thinks of everything. And it will certainly be the same this time. We’ll all be together, we’ll see each other off the court as well. It can’t be bad in Disneyland, that’s for sure,” Marjanovic told Zurnal.
The organization will have to be perfect from start to finish in order to avoid any logistical or health issues, and the Mavs center explained how his squad’s practices looked during the pandemic:
“Attention is paid to every detail. From wearing masks, avoiding contact, and so on. Nothing is left to chance. Before entering, they measure your temperature, you have to leave the shoes you came in. You can’t enter the training center in them. As soon as you finish working on a piece of gym equipment, it is disinfected immediately. The distance is taken care of. So, four players are working at the same time. While one is running, the other is shooting, the third is in the gym, the fourth is working on the jump and then we spin in a circle. One coach goes on one player and there is no interference.”