The 2020 NBA live streams are broadcast from the bubble in Disney World
The NBA live streams are broadcasting the 2020 season, which restarted last week with the first games played since March, when the league shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. The NBA bubble season is taking place at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex, inside Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Players, coaches and staff quarantined at several hotels before the restarted season began. The first few weeks will consist of “seeding games” to finish out the regular season and determine the top eight teams in each conference. Those seeding games will be followed by the postseason playoffs, which will be the typical best-of-seven series up to the NBA Finals.
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The best 22 of the league’s 30 teams moved into the NBA bubble at the beginning of July, following a strict set of guidelines about quarantining and testing. Those 22 teams included the 16 teams that were already in playoff position and the six teams that were within six games of the No. 8 seed in the Eastern and Western conferences.
Once the seeding games are played, the top eight teams in each conference will advance to the playoffs. However, there’s a new change: If the team in 8th place finishes less than four points from the ninth team, those two teams will have a play-in tournament to determine which advances to the playoffs.
As the NBA 2020 restarts, the Western Conference looks to be a battle between the Lakers and Clippers. Over in the East, Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks are favored but the Celtics, Heat and Raptors are all in the mix.
Here’s everything you need to watch NBA 2020 season live streams.