NBA in Orlando

The LA Lakers and the Milwaukee Bucks are the top teams in their respective pool.

As the NBA Season resumes in Orlando, Florida, few franchises have shown very little interest in joining hands with the rest of the NBA.

Before the season stopped due to the outbreak of the Corona virus, The Los Angeles Lakers topped the western conference with a 49-14 record and the LA Clippers following them with a 44-20. However, the Milwaukee Bucks sit on the top of the table with a stunning record of 53-12 and behind them are the defending champs Toronto Raptors with a record of 46-18.

The 2019-2020 restart games is all set to begin from July 30th in Disney world,Orlando. There has been some adjustments to the format where teams play a total of 8 games which will be added to their current standings. NBA is constructing a social bubble in the Orlando area to protect its teams and the 2019-20 season from COVID-19. A total of 22 teams have decided to play the rest of the season and are also allowed to replace players who are opting out of the NBA bubble. 

The teams playing the remainder of the season are as follows:

Eastern Conference

  • Milwaukee Bucks
  • Toronto Raptors
  • Boston Celtics
  • Miami Heat
  • Indiana Pacers
  • Philadelphia 76ers
  • Brooklyn Nets
  • Orlando Magic
  • Washington Wizards

Western Conference

  • Los Angeles Lakers
  • LA Clippers
  • Denver Nuggets
  • Utah Jazz
  • Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Houston Rockets
  • Dallas Mavericks
  • Memphis Grizzlies
  • Portland Trail Blazers
  • New Orleans Pelicans
  • Sacramento Kings
  • San Antonio Spurs
  • Phoenix Suns

Schedule in Orlando

The remainder of the 2019-2020 season is set to start from the 30th of July. The teams will compete in 3 inter-squad scrimmages from July 22-28. The First Round of the Playoffs is scheduled from August 17. The conference semifinals begin August 31 and the conference finals begin September 15. The NBA Finals begin September 30.

Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, there will be no tickets available for the restart games. This means there will be no live audience, which is quite a setback.