My guess is for logistical reasons, camera crews are more people who are potential covid spreaders. But how are the NBA/Disney not capitalizing on this opportunity? If they did it in the 90s for the Last Dance then they easily should be now. They have 31 cameras covering the games, we need that kind of coverage for the rest of the bubble
They are. >Per a Walt Disney World source: "We are working out plans with the NBA and their broadcast partners to document this historic event of the culmination of the season at Walt Disney World. There are plans for behind the scenes footage to be
This would be great, thanks for sharing
Anytime my guy
Yeah probably like you said with the extra risk for carriers. Honestly the player vlogs are so good itll be interesting to see if someone can string it all together for a doc. Just throw in some interviews post bubble with players reflecting on it.
I mean the players are doing a good job with that rn on their social media platform
Probably a little bit of the first one, and I guess privacy might play into it as well. For all intents and purposes, this is their home for the next 2 months or whatever. I can see the players not wanting to be filmed in the places where they expect to
Because these guys deserve some privacy
Meanwhile the camera sitting there like [this](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EeOsEHAXoAINheq?format=jpg&name=large)
They would be among the biggest vectors for the virus
Following private jets to ATL 500 miles away can get expensive.