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NBA At Disney World Wide of Sports

The latest rumors coming out of the NBA corporate front office is that the NBA season will resume in Orlando, Florida. ESPN (Owned by Disney) is the most lucrative T.V. deal the NBA has. Therefore, the perfect situation is aligning for the NBA and Disney, where we will watch the NBA at Disney World Wide of Sports. The House of Mouse will be the best place to watch basketball in the country, who would have ever guessed?

NBA at Disney
Fans at Stadium

Key Quote and Facts

  • First, the NBA stated “We are confident we’ll be hosting the NBA in some fashion,” a Disney source told reporter Keith Smith. “It may not be the entire league, but we believe the NBA will be here to at least finish part of their season. Still hurdles to cross, but we are preparing as if that is the case.”
  • Next, the NBA has been considering locations such as Disney, Vegas, and Texas.
  • Board of Governors held virtual meeting where there was “optimism” about the opportunity to play in the State of Florida.
  • Players have limited time to prime their bodies for playoff level competition.

Will The Players Approve?

Initial comments from players make it seem as if they are ready to start playing again and are happy to do it in Florida. However, they want to make sure that they can stay healthy, get paid, and compete at the highest level. Lebron James is pushing for his fourth NBA championship. It would be a royal shame if he didn’t at least get a chance to win a title at the “Most Magical Place on Earth”.

Should NBA Resume?

Let’s Talk $$$

The NBA as a company stands to lose over $1 billion dollars if the season remains on paused or cancelled. Subsequently, the NBAPA (Players) stands to collectively lose $600 million through the end of the season. This accounts for wages and bonuses for the players.

In the immediate term, if the NBA Playoffs or regular season are held at Disney, there will be ridiculous demand for tickets. For many in the area the amount of basketball talent in one city will be akin to the Olympics. The NBA aficionado hopefully will have the chance to safely view many NBA games at the “Happiest Place On Earth”.

Oddly Observant View

The happenstance of Disney owning a fully functioning sports complex is too good a deal to pass up for the NBA. With billions of dollars on the line it is a great possible situation for the fans, teams, players, and league to get what they want safely. In our view looking into the future, we see the Lakers winning a historic championship at Disney World. Fitting for King James.

#009 NBA Gets Censored By China ?!?!?

In Episode #009, host Peter Shortino explains the recent controversy that resulted from the GM of the Houston Rockets comments on the Hong Kong Protests against the Chinese Communist Party. The NBA in an unprecedented move decided to defend the Chinese Communist Party  instead of one of their GM’s in lieu of short term profits.  This recent issue caught the attention of not only the country but the world and now all eyes are on America and how they will deal with this issue with YUGEEEE Trade Talks between the top United States and Chinese head officials. Trade talks will be happening throughout the end of the week, where the United States Government will be deciding to enact more tariffs or delay them further into the future.

The Chinese State media has blacked out any NBA games that take place in China and possibly may blacklist televised games that are played in the United States. This situation is constantly evolving and we should be more informed by the start of next week. Stay Oddly Observant and aware to the world around us that could inevitably effect you life in the short and long term. Episode #009 NBA Censored