Danny Green said that 80% of the NBA's plans for a bubble in Orlando are figured out, though there are still logistical concerns around the hotel situation.
"It’s very up in the air right now. There are still a lot of moving parts. We’re trying to figure that out. We have 80 percent knowledge of how Orlando is going to be. There are still moving parts to figure out, which teams are going to stay where, how they’re going to do it and how they’re operating in the bubble.
"Right now, the bubble doesn’t seem as effective as they would like or as lenient as we would like. We’ll have to figure it out," Green told Mark Medina of USA Today.
Green added that the biggest talking points moving forward revolve around who will be allowed in hotel areas.
"The biggest concern is for most teams is hotels, who is staying where, the space, friends and family visiting, seeing how they are going to quarantine them, if we’re going to be quarantined and for how long if we leave the bubble. How often testing is going to be?"