The average scoring totals for games inside the bubble are nine points higher than earlier in the season, according to ESPN.

17 of the 22 teams in Orlando are outscoring their season average from before play was suspended on March 11th.

The number of 3-point attempts has also increased during the bubble games.

There have been two occasions since the restart where five or more NBA games on the same day featured every team scoring at least 110 points, something that hadn't occurred for over 32 years before Orlando.

"It's just the level of aggression of the players. And the fact that, you know, the skill sets of NBA players are increasing exponentially by the month. I mean, it's just getting harder and harder to guard these guys," explained Rick Carlisle in why he thought point totals had increased.