Report: NBA allowing coaches and staff, but only some, to bring guests into bubble

Celtics coach Brad Stevens and the Clippers reportedly pushed privately for coaches to be allowed to bring family to the bubble. Fed up, Nuggets coach Michael Malone demanded publicly. Finally, the NBA is relenting. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN: The NBA is allowing team staff to bring guests into the bubble starting with the conference finals, per memo shared with teams. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) September 8, 2020 Per league memo, each team may host no more than a total of 10 staff guests in Orlando. https://t.co/VcMFlfyu58 — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) September 8, 2020 Staff guests will quarantine the requisite 7 days upon arriving in the bubble, per memo. https://t.co/VcMFlfyu58 — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) September 8, 2020 Teams were allowed to bring 37 people, including up to 17 players, to the bubble. So, that means at least 20 staff members. And just 10 staff guests. Which staff members get to bring guests? Which staff members get to bring multiple guests? Which staff members get no guest because another staff member brought multiple guests? The intra-team politics could get complicated. Because this is a complicated situation. It’s difficult to be separated from family and friends for months. But limiting the number of… Read full this story

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