Report: NBA alters stance on pregame dress code in bubble
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NBA players will now be permitted to dress in their own clothes when walking from their team's bus to arena locker rooms during the league's resumption, ESPN's Nick DePaula reports.

Players are allowed to wear various "relaxed" items that also qualify as "clean and neat."

"Considering the unique environment on the NBA Disney campus and warmer weather conditions, a different policy was put in place for players' arrival and entry into the arenas," a league spokesperson told DePaula on Monday.

The league's new approach toward players' dress codes within the Disney bubble follows a previous report that stated players would be required to get dressed in their hotel rooms and travel to games already wearing their uniforms and warmup attire.

Players will have to tidy up once they return to their respective hotels following games, however, as locker rooms at venues aren't set up with showers.

Report: NBA alters stance on pregame dress code in bubble
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