1.Despite nationwide lockdowns, many professional sports leagues decided to hold games in stadiums across the country. Rather than take the risk, the NBA chose to hold all of its games in a single location: Disney World.
2.Miami Heat center Meyers Leonard was particularly excited about the dining options.
3.On off days, NBA players got to hang out on the grounds of the Walt Disney World campus.
4.Players even went fishing, including rising star Luka Dončić.
5.Some players were better fishers than others. Philadelphia 76er Ben Simmons fell into the second category.
6.LeBron James used his downtime to practice his musical skills. We still don't know where he got the harmonica.
7.New Orleans Pelican J.J. Redick preferred to take it easy and enjoy a nice beer in the (kiddie) pool.
8.Meyers Leonard took J.J.'s casual shotgun as a challenge.
9.To feel like they were at home, players kept up certain habits. For LeBron, that meant his sacred tradition of Taco Tuesday.
10.MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo decorated his brother
Thanasis's door for his birthday.
11.Most players were happy with the accommodations, which are in some of the nicest resorts in Disney. The only entertainment that Milwaukee Buck Robin Lopez needed was his TV's welcome screen.
12.Others weren't too thrilled. Laker Rajon Rondo compared his room to a Motel 6.
13.Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers joked that LeBron had an entire building to himself.
14.After the first round of the playoffs, players staying in the bubble were reunited with their kids, like Boston Celtic Jayson Tatum.
15.Toronto Raptor Fred VanVleet was reunited with his two kids.
16.The National Basketball Players Association even set up a school for the kids.
17.And saving the best for last: Boston Celtics Jaylen Brown and Enes Kanter helped their 7-foot-5-inch teammate Tacko Fall learn how to swim.