NBA players carry gaming equipment to Orlando, stream games from their hotel rooms


This week, NBA teams arrived at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., To begin preparing for the restart of the 2019-20 season. Players have already started to react to the NBA bubble on social media, letting fans know about the amenities provided at Walt Disney World. This includes NBA stars like Josh Hart, Rudy Gobert, and Jordan Clarkson sharing updates on their gaming setups on Twitter and Instagram.

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Since the quarantine was imposed after the NBA was suspended on March 11 due to the COVID-19 crisis, gamers in the NBA who love to gamble have consistently broadcast their games on sites like Twitch. The league also hosted an NBA 2K20 player tournament where stars like Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, Trae Young, Donovan Mitchell and Zach LaVine competed to win a $ 100,000 prize which was donated to a relief charity. COVID-19. Players like Hart and Gobert, who arrived in the NBA bubble, have shared their game setup with fans. Gobert shared his Twitch feed, while Hart posted his setup on Instagram. Jordan Clarkson also shared a photo of his monitor and setup on his Instagram Story. Phoenix Suns star Deandre Ayton was spotted wearing his monitor after arriving in Orlando, to which Hart reacted on Twitter.

Josh Hart also interacted with fans on Twitter, discussing his Wi-Fi and streaming. In a recent tweet, Hart called his gaming setup a “necessity,” adding that it depends on the quality of the Wi-Fi. He later added that he might not be able to stream due to the Wi-Fi. Fi on the site and even asked his subscribers for advice on how to get good mobile Wi-Fi. Washington Wizards forward Admiral Schofield also tweeted that he forgot his HDMI cable, which he needed to play. Call of Duty War Zone. Brooklyn Nets point guard Chris Chiozza, Denver Nuggets shooting guard Troy Daniels and Gobert also shared the type of food that was provided to the NBA bubble.

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(Image source: NBA, Josh Hart’s Twitter account)


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