The NBA's Orlando bubble will feature a fair share of amenities for players to enjoy during their downtime.
Daily movie screenings, DJ sets, video games, ping pong, billiards, and lawn games will be among the options available to players, The Athletic's Shams Charania reports.
Outdoor concerts, live comedy, and access to Disney parks and attractions could be other possible entertainment options, sources told the Los Angeles Times' Dan Woike.
Players will also have access to an exclusive lounge, pools, barbers, manicurists, pedicurists, and a 24-hour VIP concierge, Charania adds.
Additionally, players will be permitted to attend other teams' games.
Each organization will also have access to a "Disney culinary team" that will help create individualized team menus, sources told Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes.
The 22 NBA clubs traveling to Orlando will be divided into three hotels - based on seeding - during their stay: the Grand Destino, the Grand Floridian, and the Yacht Club, according to Charania.
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Squads staying in the same hotel will compete against each other in three scrimmages between July 22-29 before the season resumes, Charania reports.