Charlotte Hornets could finish regular season at Disney World

Charlotte Hornets James Borrego. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Charlotte Hornets James Borrego. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /

With states reopening, the Charlotte Hornets may have a chance to finish their season at a notable location.

In today’s world, we all love saying, “I’m going to Disney World!” There is some irony with this statement, as the Charlotte Hornets could be heading there to finish the regular season.

Since March 11th, the NBA’s regular season has been suspended, and there have been very few interactions between players. After two months, more news about the NBA’s regular-season finally surfaced.

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On Wednesday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported that the league is in serious talks to restart the season in Orlando, Florida. These reports have indicated that the prime location that would be used in Orlando is Disney World.

Keith Smith of Yahoo Sports also reported that Walt Disney World has “begun the early stages of re-working some of their hotel spaces for housing the NBA and their needs.” With these moves being made by Disney World, the company also stated that they’re confident they can accommodate the NBA.

On Thursday, Shams Charania also reported that the league announced that they’ve been in discussions with several national Coronavirus testing providers. Getting these tests completed will be a huge first step in the league returning to action.

A lot of news has been given this week so far, and the Hornets could be looking at finishing their season. Finishing the season may be a good thing for the team, as it will likely affect their position in the 2020 NBA Draft.

The Hornets have not played a game since March 11th, when the team completed a twenty point comeback on the road to defeat the Miami Heat.

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More news on the league’s plan to finish the season should come in a timely fashion. Fans could expect Walt Disney World to be a top contender to host the rest of the NBA’s regular season.