Professional basketball player Tony Daniels is giving the world a first look at the dinner being served to NBA players and staff inside the Walt Disney World Bubble.
22 teams from around the league, including the Orlando Magic, began arriving at Walt Disney World to finish the NBA season at ESPN Wide World of Sports this summer.
The teams are being held in what’s being called a “bubble” at Walt Disney World, where players and coaches will essentially be cut-off from the rest of society in an attempt to prevent spread of the coronavirus.
Through a deal between The Walt Disney Company and the NBA, the league is staying at three Disney resorts and will play all of the games at ESPN Wide World of Sports.
This is what Troy Daniels, who plays for the Denver Nuggets (staying at Gran Destino Tower) said was on the menu for the first dinner at Walt Disney World.
Daniels shared the pictures on his Instagram story, so we screen-captured them for proof.
It is not known what the menu will be on a nightly basis at this time.
Teams will continue to make their way to Orlando through Thursday.
The season picks back up at the end of the month.