NBA players will get access to some Disney rides, experiences
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It appears NBA players at the Walt Disney World bubble will get to take in some of the theme park's signature attractions after all.

While players reportedly won't get access to the main park, the NBA and Disney World will allow them to sign up for after-hours experiences such as Animal Kingdom's Expedition Everest and Hollywood Studios' Rock 'N' Roller Coaster, according to a league memo that USA TODAY's Jeff Zillgitt obtained.

The memo also confirms that players can book access to several non-ride activities while at the resort, including the Palm, Lake Buena Vista, and Magnolia golf courses, the Splitsville Luxury Bowling Lanes, and bass-fishing excursions at Grand Marina.

When not palling it up with Mickey and Goofy, the players will be focused on playing out the remainder of the NBA season. The eight-game seeding phase begins July 30 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

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