Bubbleball: inside the NBA's fight to save a season/ by Ben Golliver
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- ISBN: 9781419755538
- Physical Description: 294 pages ; 23 cm
- Edition: Hardcover
- Publisher: New York, NY: Abrams Press, 2021
- Copyright: 2021
When the NBA shut down operations in March 2020 because of COVID-19, the league was in the middle of uncertainty. Four months later, twenty-two teams resumed play in a "bubble" at Disney World--a restricted location cut off from the outside world. Only a handful of reporters were invited. Ben Golliver was one of them. This book is his account of the season and life inside the "bubble"--adapted from book jacket.
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