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NBA In Talks to Resume Regular Season at Walt Disney World Resort

It is no secret that the world has put many major events on hold. As the COVID-19 pandemic has grown, many major establishments made important calls to keep everyone safe. On March 11, the NBA indefinitely postponed the rest of the 2019-2020 season, but now the association is in talks to continue the season at Walt Disney World Resort!

It is said that these negotiations are still in their early stages but we could see the season resume at the end of July. The league would use the ESPN Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World Resort to be its site for the rest of the season. At this time, Major League Soccer is also in talks to resume its season inside ESPN Wide World of Sports, which could be major for athletes and fans.

The ESPN Wide World of Sports has been a major attraction for sports fans since it opened in 1997. In the last 20 years, it has hosted everything from spring training for high school and college teams to College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championship. This facility is 255-acres and houses multiple arenas on its campus so it would be available to host multiple games or leagues at once without interference.

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